At World Economic Forum, John Kerry Says Fighting Climate Change Is All About Money Money Money (VIDEO)

This week at the World Economic Forum, former secretary of state John Kerry said the quiet part out loud.

Kerry admitted that the fight against climate change requires lots and lots of money.

All those private jets at the WEF don’t pay for themselves, after all.

WTRF News reports:

U.S. climate envoy John Kerry says that despite nearly a $1 trillion committed by global philanthropies for various causes over the last few years, only 2% of this amount goes toward climate action.

He said Tuesday during a panel session at the World Economic Forum in Davos that it’s estimated from $7.5 billion to $12.5 billion of global philanthropy is directed toward climate action. He and others urged philanthropies across the world to come together and contribute more to climate action.

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“So how do we get there?” Kerry asked about keeping global climate goals alive. He answered, “Well, the lesson I’ve learned in the last year — I learned it as secretary of state and it has since been reinforced in spades, is money, money, money, money, money, money, money.”

Here’s the video:

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Can we start with John Kerry’s money?

Democrats like John Kerry love to spend other people’s money.

Their own? Not so much.

 

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