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Real Sustainability Versus Activist Sustainability

February 7, 2013 by

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Activist sustainability concepts don’t meet environmental, humanitarian or sustainability tests. By Paul Driessen ~ Companies everywhere extol their sustainable development programs and goals. Sustainability drives UN programs like Agenda 21, EU and US green energy initiatives, and myriad manufacturing, agricultural, forestry and other efforts. But what is sustainability? What is – or isn’t – sustainable? […]

Goodbye Global Warming, Hello Biodiversity

October 31, 2010 by

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By Alan Caruba After three decades of trying to push the global warming scam to a point where billions could be made selling and trading bogus “carbon credits”, the global schemers have abandoned it in the wake of 2009 revelations that a handful of rogue climate scientists were literally inventing the data to support it. […]

‘Biodiversity’: The New Big Lie

October 24, 2010 by

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By James Delingpole Climate Change is dead. Long live the new Eco Lie. And so it begins. With all the shamelessness of a Goldman Sachser trading in his middle-aged wife for a hot, pouting twenty-something called Ivanka, the green movement is ditching “Climate Change”. The newer, younger, sexier model’s name? Biodiversity. (Mega hat tips to: […]