These are only some of Steve's Agenda 21 picks. To see all of his picks go to his Agenda 21 page on his site Junkscience.com.
Individual rights must take a backseat to community interests. Sound familiar? That’s probably because it’s been the ideology that American presidents have been agreeing to since 1992.
The American political system is still coming to grips with the loss of sovereignty resulting from the START treaty, rammed through the last Congressional lame duck session.
A message from Bjørn Lomborg to organizers of the Rio+20 environmental summit: poverty pollutes.
Nile Gardiner: The UN proposal for a global financial transaction tax is socialism writ large on a world scale
I wrote a piece earlier on the UN Human Rights Council’s ludicrous attack on Canada over what it calls unacceptable levels of “food insecurity” in one of the world’s wealthiest nations.
What if everything we’ve believed about the benefits of urban density is wrong? What if restricting car traffic in favour of public transit hurts a city rather than helps it?
Whilst everyone has been occupied with EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson’s defense before Congress of the EPA’s attempts to regulate CO2 emissions, the Administration has continued to move towards International Ocean Governance with the establishment of a Governance Coordinating Committee for the National Ocean Council, (NOC).
Welcome to UN Agenda 21 “sustainability” in the last bastion of capitalism – the U.S. military. According to the May 19, 2012 issue of Army Times, “The Defense Department, like other federal agencies, is already under orders from the White House to curb energy use throughout its operations and emphasize Sustainable Development. “Planners must make bases more walkable.”(Sean Reilly)
Yesterday afternoon, Canada’s Sun News invited me to join their host Brian Lilley to discuss Agenda 21, the UN plan for global control of virtually everything.