“Albert Speer Jr. knows the true origins of sustainable development.”
“Mankind needs to accept that renewable raw materials are also reaching their yield limits worldwide”.
Erle Ellis writes in the NYTimes:
The Globe and Mail reports:
“… a voluntary alliance of leading scientists and institutions dealing with planetary processes and sustainability issues…”
Warmism is all about money and power.
Okay, so the UN actually postured reality the other way around.
“[Jon] Powers also leads the interagency Steering Committee on Federal Sustainability, which includes a “sustainability officer” from every executive agency in the government.”
What’s the new motto? “Be Pre-Scared”?
He urged governments to use his policies of “perestroika” (restructuring) and “glasnost” (openness) — which ushered in democratic changes that led against his will to the collapse of the Soviet Union — to address climate change and overconsumption of resources.
Time for a new logo?
The New Statesman’s John Gray makes the admission.
If DC’s “sustainability” funding is being cut, it must not be that important in the first place.
Paul Farrell takes apart Al Gore’s new book.!–more–> Read more at MarketWatch.
Examples? Okay… example? Anyone? Hello?
“We now know that ‘students’ has a very wide scope. It includes toddlers at nursery schools!”
Don’t be fooled by this re-branding of the global governance movement.
What, you thought the neo-greens invented “sustainability”?
Generation Investment Management partners Al Gore and David Blood opine on “sustainable capitalism” — too bad that was debunked long ago.
“The U.N. goal is to move the United States into a global government by environmental regulations and a vast network of taxes.”
“Will Obama endorse the one-child policy next?”
Past the fact that this is obviously a sad day for the once proud Los Alamos National Laboratory, “sustainability” is a really stupid and dangerous notion.
That’s what Mongolian sustainability professor Chuluun Togtokh says in this week’s Nature.
By Steven Milloy February 18, 2007, FoxNews.com Environmental activists use the term “sustainable development” to convey the notion that they’re not merely knee-jerk anti-business zealots and that they are all in favor of eco-friendly economic development.