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From charming to alarming: Rio+20 sustainability propaganda

Posted June 28, 2012 by CFACT

A small sample of the propaganda imagery of the Rio+20 summit

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“Sustainable Justice” á la Rio+20

Posted June 18, 2012 by CFACT

PAUL DRIESSEN & DUGGAN FLANAKIN Presidential candidate Barack Obama promised that his Administration would “fundamentally transform the United States of America.” One clue to what he meant was his comment to now-congressional candidate Joe “The Plumber” Wurzelbacher: “When you spread the wealth around, it’s good for everybody.” Not necessarily – especially when activists, regulators, politicians […]

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Sustainability = Pick Your Favorite Leftist Cause

Posted June 18, 2012 by Abdul

Mission Rio – Day 5 As the first full day of the 2012 ICLEI “World Congress” kicked off, my goal was to listen and learn. In any war, intel on the enemy’s strategies is crucial to success. So with dozens of workshops filled with panels of the world’s foremost “sustainable living” experts there was no […]

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Commonsense wisdom from African farmers

Posted June 13, 2012 by CFACT

They know “sustainable development” really means sustained poverty and malnutrition BY KELVIN KEMM If you want to learn what farmers think (and need), talk to African farmers – not to bureaucrats, environmental activists or politicos at the Rio+20 United Nations summit in Rio de Janeiro. You’ll get very different, far more honest and thoughtful perspectives. […]

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Can COP17 technocrats rescue the warming scam?

Posted December 2, 2011 by CFACT

The mood at this year’s UN climate conference is subdued. Perhaps fearful. In CFACT’s talks with the representatives of government, business, even the more radical NGOs, we’ve yet to find anyone confident that a successor treaty to the Kyoto Protocol will emerge in Durban. The usual sideshow has been assembled. You can find rows of […]

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