(LifeSiteNews) — The globalist World Economic Forum (WEF) is encouraging cities to “contain growth of private car use” and aims to drastically reduce the number of cars by 2050, according to a recently published white paper. The document relies on the usual falsified climate change data and dishonest models and ignores the looming population collapse which many have been warning the world is facing.
The briefing paper titled “The Urban Mobility Scorecard Tool: Benchmarking the Transition to Sustainable Urban Mobility” was published by the WEF in collaboration with Visa in May 2023.
The document advocates for increased “shared, electric, connected and automated (SEAM) transport modes and a shift to more compact cities” in order to reduce the number of cars by 2050 to 500 million worldwide and drastically reduce carbon emissions.
“No one city, or one company, can achieve this vision alone,” the paper reads. “Through strong public-private collaboration, we can find innovative, impactful, and context-sensitive solutions for mobility to enable a sustainable future for cities.”
According to carsMetric, there are currently over 1.45 billion cars in the world, and the WEF projects that number to go up to 2.1 billion by 2050 if we remain on the current trajectory. A reduction to 500 million cars would therefore present a reduction of the number of cars by over 75%.
The WEF recently ran a trial of its Urban Mobility Scorecard Tool and chose Buenos Aires, Argentina, Curitiba, Cota Rica, and Singapore as trial cities.
The white paper by the WEF names containing “the growth of private car use by boosting public transport, cycling, and shared mobility services” as a major “ambition area” for Buenos Aires.
“The capital of Argentina is seeking to enhance sustainable mobility to keep people moving while offering more connected, integrated transport,” the paper states.
The city is also “embracing new solutions to reduce private car dependency and provide a well-integrated, multimodal transport system,” according to the WEF.
It has become apparent that the unelected elites at the WEF and other globalist organizations not only seek to replace gas-powered cars with electric cars, but to radically reduce private car ownership in general.
Journalist Tim Hinchliffe, editor of The Sociable, pointed out that “[t]he Urban Mobility Scorecard Tool white paper gives further credence to the WEF’s prediction that by 2030 ‘You’ll own nothing. And you’ll be happy.’”