A collection of environmental statistics, maps, and infographics, to help you discern who is doing the polluting. (Spoiler: it’s >95% brown pipo and corporations operating in brown pipo countries).

Download all images:
https://mega.nz/#F!Xng0TIzA!tMdETYis0s-6SGNsyKHsqg

This post will feature no analysis, only images. For analysis, see this long article that explains everything you need to know about globalist pseudo-environmentalism: https://thuletide.wordpress.com/2019/08/17/an-introduction-to-globalist-environmentalism/

If you have any data to submit, find me on Twitter here and I will add it to the Mega.nz folder, and this article.

Categories:
– General
– Air Pollution
– Animal Rights
– Birth Control
– Deforestation
– Demographics
– Plastic
– Oil
– Water



General

Note (above): You’ll notice that all environmental misdeed align pretty precisely with the above maps.

Note: Non-Whites believe in climate change at a higher rate because they know that climate change equates to more mass migration into white countries and more gibs or “reparations.”

Note: In the past (on Twitter) I have “counter signaled” The Graph (the justification for doing so is below, TL;DR, I do not trust the source at all), however, whether the graph is perfectly accurate or not (likely not) is irrelevant when considering what the graph represents: finite resources rapidly dwindling on an insanely overpopulated planet. It should not be viewed as completely factual, but as a symbol or representation of the inevitable future lying ahead of us. Regardless, it’s still a good visual explanation of a boom/bust cycle.



Air Pollution

Note: per capita, below, is a useless metric for measuring a country’s total emissions.

Note: total emissions is a better metric.



Animal Rights



Birth Control



Deforestation



Demographics

Apologies for appalling boomer meme below but I’m not going to edit it out.



Plastic



Oil (peak oil)

Note: Who knows if these asshole oil corporations are telling the truth about quantities of oil or not, as with The Graph, you should not view these as absolute, but symbolic.



Water