About Craig Rucker

Craig Rucker is a co-founder of CFACT and currently serves as its president. For over 30 years, Craig has provided expertise to a wide range of government, academic, media, and industry forums. His organization, the Committee For A Constructive Tomorrow, boasts a large grassroots membership base, features over 50 scientific and academic experts, and is widely heralded as a leader in the free market, think tank community in Washington, D.C. In addition to being a frequent guest on radio talk shows, Rucker has also written extensively and appeared in such media outlets as CNN, the BBC, USA Today, New York Times, Russia Today, The Wall Street Journal, and the Washington Post, among many others. Rucker was a co-producer of the award-winning film “Climate Hustle,” which was the #1 box-office film in America during its one night showing in 2016. He also has primary responsibility for building CFACT’s “Collegians" program on more than 50 campuses across the U.S., spearheads the creation of model demonstration eco-projects in impoverished villages in Latin America and Africa, and has led delegations to some 20 major United Nations conferences, including those in Copenhagen, Istanbul, Kyoto, Bonn, Marrakesh, Rio de Janeiro, and Warsaw, to name a few. Rucker has a wife and four sons, and currently resides in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia.

Models vs. reality

Computer models are useful tools, but once reality disproves them, they must be adjusted or discarded. Dr. Patrick Moore is more than capable of explaining.  That's why the Left wants him stopped. TAKE ACTION NOW!

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COP 25: UN climate talks collapse

Despite extending the conference into double overtime making it the longest COP ever, the UN was forced to adjourn without advancing the "rule book" for the Paris Climate Accord, or agreeing on a framework for an international carbon market.

By |2019-12-17T08:22:39-05:00December 16th, 2019|Climate|Comments Off on COP 25: UN climate talks collapse