The Rio+20 version of “sustainable development” would devastate the world’s poor. CFACT rebuked the UN, environmental groups, and Rio+20 delegates for attempting to force their dreadful version of the future on the world.

Highlights include Senator James Inhofe addressing the Earth Summit via video; Lord Christopher Monckton explaining that sustainable development is about the radical left’s wishlist not the environment; Climate Depot’s Marc Morano arguing that sustainable development should be redefined as coal, oil and natural gas; journalist Magnus Gudmundsson’s presentation about Greenpeace propaganda; and CFACT President David Rothbard defending political and economic freedom as the only true path towards all that’s best for people and the planet too.



  • Adam Houser

    Adam Houser coordinates student leaders as National Director of CFACT's collegians program and writes on issues of climate and energy.