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January 24, 2015

(Michael Bastasch) Former Vice President Al Gore and former Mexican President Felipe Calderon are pushing for $90 trillion in spending to ban cars from every major city in the world and make them more dense.

Gore and Calderon presented a report from the Global Commission on the Economy & Climate (GCEC) and argued that fighting global warming will require making cities more compact and wholly reliant on public transit. This is the only way to make sure urban areas don’t contribute to global warming, the two politicians argued.

Calderon and Gore argued that $90 trillion is going to be spent anyways in the coming decades upgrading cities around the world. They argue that it should be spent on making cities more climate friendly.

“The mistake we made in Mexico was to let cities develop however they want, and it’s a mess,” Calderon told Business Insider.

GCEC’s study says that...

Thousands Upon Thousands Of Unsold Cars Piling Up World Wide

How will it help the overstocked car lots? Just another reason to shut down the auto factories that taxpayers propped up along with banks.

Waiting for truth and history to make a difference.

Waiting for the world to change...for the better!

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