Oh, come on, man.
This is too much.
NatWest’s optional online feature has been telling customers to stop eating meat and has started trawling through their accounts to calculate their carbon footprint.
The bank’s mobile app is using transaction data to make opt-in recommendations about reducing carbon production under its new “Carbon Footprint Tracker”.
It even suggested customers could mend clothes rather than purchasing new outfits and swap dairy milk for plant-based alternatives.
NatWest’s mobile app enables customers to switch from “my spending” to “my footprint”.
NatWest informs customers about the impact of a purchase.
One message from the app said: “If you spend £15 on a dress at a high-street shop, that could equate to a footprint of 16kg CO2.”
Customers receive personalised carbon footprint scores in kilograms of CO2 monthly.
A message on the app added: “The UK’s average monthly carbon footprint is approximately 1,000kgs [of CO2].
“To help reduce the impact of climate change, scientists recommend that by 2030 we should aim for our carbon footprints to be around 180kgs.”
They’re not “scientists,” they’re “climatologists.”
It’s a fake science created to promote the global warming hoax.
Seriously, look into it. It’s not a real science. Scientists who study the weather are called “meteorologists.”
“Climatology” is a hoax created to promote the global warming industrial complex. It’s similar to the way “alcoholism” was created to promote the “recovery” industrial complex.
It’s amazing that they say “95% of climatologists believe in manmade global warming.” Who are the 5% who are calling for their own profession to be abolished?
It’s like saying “5% of dentists don’t believe that teeth exist.”
But global warming fakery is not even the point here.
Suggested changes are categorised under different areas of spending, such as transport, groceries, bills and shopping and each comes with its own personalised carbon footprint rating based on how the customer has spent their money that month.
NatWest stressed its carbon tracker feature was introduced in November 2021.
The Big Four bank group added: “If a customer opts-in, they can then opt-out at any point in settings in the Insights section of the app.”
A NatWest spokesman said: “Customers tell us they want to take action to live more sustainably, and to save money at the same time on things like energy bills, but they don’t always know where to begin.
“The Carbon Footprint Tracker is an opt-in feature in our app that helps customers to see the carbon impact of their spending, at an aggregated level, and provides tips and suggestions to reduce this and to help them to save money too”.
I see this shit, and honestly, it makes me want to side with the wriggling gimp.
The UK has turned into an absurd caricature based on the premise: “what if women ran and country and turned it into a giant daycare center, where grown adults were treated like little babies?”
The lockdowns helped, but they weren’t extreme enough