To celebrate the second anniversary of the global wealth transfer scheme known as the Paris Accord, the World Bank says it will end its financial support for oil and gas exploration in the developing world by 2019.
And Canada's Environment Minister couldn't be happier.
Also in Paris, Catherine McKenna told the media, "We are certainly pleased to see the announcement by the World Bank today."
Canada's Environment Minister is celebrating that it's now harder for Canadian companies to get access to financing to develop resources in the Third World, hire people in the Third World, lift people out of poverty in the Third World, and use advanced Canadian technologies to make the Third World's fossil fuels a little cleaner.
All of this showboating and virtue-signaling from McKenna and her friends at the United Nations is just more trolling of President Donald Trump and his pro-coal, pro-fossil fuel, pro-sovereignty, anti-UN agenda.
The globalists at the United Nations are pro-United States money, but very anti-Trump.
And the developing world is just collateral damage.