A sobering number of French citizens say they support banning people from flying more than four times in their entire lives due to “climate change.”
According to a recent poll from research firm Consumer Science and Analytics Institute (CSA), 41% of French citizens support limiting flights to just four times per lifetime.
Between the ages of 18 to 24, that number rose to 59% in support for the flight ban.
The limit, which engineer Jean-Marc Jancovici recently proposed, would apply to air travel for business and leisure.
1,010 French residents over the age of 18 were surveyed about banning flying if it exeeds more than four times per lifetime.
The poll found that the support for such air travel restrictions was much higher among younger age groups, likely because they believe the “climate change” will be the catalyst that end the world.
While a majority opposed the four-flight lifetime limit, 64% of the respondents said they would be willing to limit their air travel to help tackle climate change.
The news comes as climate activists worldwide push for more restrictions to reduce carbon emissions.
Another proponent of such travel limits is Joe Biden’s climate Envoy, John Kerry, who said that for people to live a “better quality of life,” they must live under strict Green New Deal-style climate mandates.
In an interview with the BBC this week, Kerry said:
“This is not complicated! It is the way we have chosen to propel our vehicles, heat our homes, light our factories and businesses.”
“We have two choices: you either capture the emissions, or you don’t create them in the first place,” Kerry added.
Kerry said that people can only have a better quality of life if fossil fuels are eliminated completely.
“[Climate] is not something where everybody has to go, ‘Oh my God, I don’t want to do this because it’s scary as hell and because we’re not gonna live the way we did.’ No! We will have a better quality of life!” John Kerry said.
Meanwhile, the Biden administration has issued its own restrictions on gas-powered furnaces and home appliances, The Hill reported.
The proposal requires non-weatherized gas furnaces to achieve a far higher level of efficiency than cheaper models on the market, which essentially makes them unaffordable.
“At the direction of Congress, DOE is continuing to review and finalize energy standards for household appliances, such as residential furnaces, to lower costs for working families by reducing energy use and slashing harmful pollutants in homes across the nation,” Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm said in a statement last week.
Last month, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres issued more climate doom, warning that the “breakdown” of the climate “has begun.”
“The era of global warming has ended; the era of global boiling has arrived,” Guterres declared
As The Daily Fetched reported in August, forty percent of greenhouse gas emissions in the United States come from 10% of the country’s wealthiest households, according to research published in PLOS Climate.
According to a study, which analyzed household income data from 1990 to 2019, 40% of total U.S. ,emissions were associated with income flows to the highest earning 10% of households,” while GHG emissions among the bottom 90% had decreased.
Earlier this year, billionaire Bill Gates voiced concern that many Westerners will refuse to live in poverty in order to help fight climate change.
“I don’t think we can count on people living an impoverished lifestyle as a solution to climate change,” Gates said at an event in India on March 1.
“You know, meat consumption in India will be less … That’s wonderful. Will all Indians become vegetarians? Will all Americans become vegetarians?” he said.
“I wouldn’t want to count on it. Anybody who wants to evangelize that, they’re welcome to. I won’t resist in any way,” Gates added.
Other hypocritical private jet flyers include Jeff Bezos, Michael Bloomberg, and Mark Zuckerberg.