Another town. Another sold out crowd.

The Climate Hustle express rolled into Sydney, Australia, Tuesday evening and the reception could not have been more enthusiastic!

Over 300 people packed the Club Five Dock conference room to see the film, and from the crowd reaction it was warmly received.

The folks here in Sydney ate it up!,” exclaimed organizer Jim Simpson. “The turnout was much bigger than we expected, and from those I chatted with afterward everyone gave it high marks for being both factual and entertaining. We’re already looking forward to the sequel!”

Included among those in the crowd was Anne Carter, the widow of Dr. Bob Carter who was a highly respected Australian scientist and CFACT friend featured prominently in the film. The organizers dedicated this showing in Sydney to the memory of Bob, and both Marc and I felt honored to enjoy a short dinner with Anne and her son Jeremy before the showing.

As CFACT’s “Mission Australia” comes to a close, we’d like to give a special thanks to those who made our time here so inviting and impactful. This includes the Australian Institute for Progress, Climate Realists of Five Dock, Galileo Institute, Australian Environmental Foundation, and Institute of Public Affairs.

All of these organizations helped get the word out – and to all of them CFACT is very grateful!

While happy with our success, we realize there is obviously still much work to do both Down Under and in America. The Green Left still occupies the vast bulk of the limelight, but we’re confident once the public understands the true facts surrounding the climate scam – their gig is up.

We’re especially happy that Climate Hustle is playing a role in calling them out.



  • Craig Rucker

    Craig Rucker is a co-founder of CFACT and currently serves as its president.