International Energy Agency Recommends Slower Speeds on Highways, Working from Home and Less Air Travel to Curb High Energy Costs


The answer to high energy costs according to globalists and corrupt politicians is to fly less, drive slower and work from home, and import oil from countries that hate the US. 

The NOQ report shared information from Friday at Axios that provides answers to high energy costs from the global institution, the International Energy Agency.   The report offers the following suggestions on how to deal with challenges at the pump.

  • Reducing highway speed limits by about 6 miles per hour; more working from home; street changes to encourage walking and cycling; car-free Sundays in cities and restrictions on other days; cutting transit fares; policies that encourage more carpooling; cutting business air travel; and more.

Axios goes on to add their comments on the report:

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Our thought bubble: This all seems … maybe hard to imagine? The idea of coordinated adoption of mass behavioral changes on a compressed time frame sounds like an uphill climb.

The intrigue: The report also notes the near-term proposals should be part of wider, longer-term efforts to curb oil demand to help fight climate change and cut air pollution.

  • It talks up areas like stronger policies for deployment of EVs, charging infrastructure, home heat pumps and more.

  • “Governments have all the necessary tools at their disposal to put oil demand into decline in the coming years, which would support efforts to both strengthen energy security and achieve vital climate goals,” it states.

The report actually adds more to the measures to reduce the use of oil.

The short-term actions it proposes include reducing the amount of oil consumed by cars through lower speed limits, working from home, occasional limits on car access to city centres, cheaper public transport, more carpooling and other initiatives – and greater use of high-speed rail and virtual meetings instead of air travel.

Sure, farmers and those living in rural communities should just hop on the public transport to get to town.  Makes sense.

Of course, the globalist group is only addressing the demand side of the equation.   To address supply options perhaps the US could recommend ending the war in Ukraine and coming to terms with Russia?

The more brilliant move is to again drill for oil in the US where the country was energy independent when Brandon stepped into the White House.

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We really don’t need any more globalist demands or ideas in our country.  They can keep their great ideas to themselves.  We’ve had enough of their civil liberty nightmares. 

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