Thu. Dec 5th, 2019

Vox warns that “the exaggerated alarmism” about climate change can reduce employment

The spokesman for Vox in Congress, Iván Espinosa de los Monteros, warned this morning during the inauguration of the Climate Summit in Madrid that "the exaggerated and unfounded alarm about climate change can reduce employment." "Vox is a party concerned with agriculture and fisheries, sectors where the alarm about the weather has already caused a lot of damage," he said.

Espinosa de los Monteros has not hidden his concern about the consequences that, in his opinion, this alarmism can also have in the short term in the industry, since “for example, the automobile industry, which is 12% of Spanish GDP , they are already being affected by this government's measures such as the end of diesel, which is putting thousands of jobs in danger ”.

"Vox is a" conservationist "party that is always concerned about conserving the environment and preserving nature," said Espinosa de los Monteros, but added that "it is necessary to be careful not to fall into climate alarmism, because that It can have serious consequences for employment. ”

And he has put another example, that of the tourism industry: “in these summits we talk about the danger of traveling by plane, when the tourism sector in this country represents 15% of GDP,” he said. In addition, the spokesman for Vox has warned that "it is very dangerous to attribute to man things that are not proven to produce."

As he said, "climate change is caused by causes that have nothing to do with man and you have to be very careful in how you deal with it." Finally, he pointed out to "the globalist elites, who by the way come to this summit by plane, often private" and that, in their opinion, "are the ones that can do the most damage to those jobs."

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