The UN’s Next “DiCaprio”? …Meet Disney Channel’s Luke Mullen   For young UN groupies gathered at the UN’s Civil Society Conference in Salt Lake City this week, Luke Mullen is a big deal. 17-year-old Luke plays a basketball coach on a Disney Channel Series called “Andi Mack.”  The show made an historical Disney first with a character who came out as gay.  While that was not Luke’s character, Luke is not shy about his activism. He is the vice president of “Tomorrows Green,” a non-profit environmental group based in Santa Barbara. And like media sensation Greta Thunberg, he partnered up with “Fridays for Future” in May 2019 to support the students' [...]

By |2019-08-29T10:09:42-04:00August 28th, 2019|Conferences, Videos|Comments Off on The UN’s Next “DiCaprio”? …Meet Disney Channel’s Luke Mullen

Video: ‘Miss NY Earth USA’ couldn’t be more wrong about climate

CFACT's Undercover operative recently interviewed Nicolette Templier, aka "Miss New York Earth USA", at the United Nations' Civil Society Conference in Salt Lake City, Utah. According to Templier, the "Miss Earth USA" organization is "a beauty pageant organization that focuses solely on environmental action." Unfortunately, it doesn't seem to focus on environmental "facts." Our investigative reporter asked Templier's opinion on climate skeptics and climate change in general. Her answers are simply a regurgitation of UN climate change alarmist talking points on everything from polar ice to polar bears, that fall to pieces when confronted with the facts. You can watch Templier's [...]

By |2019-08-28T12:08:20-04:00August 27th, 2019|Climate, Conferences, Videos|Comments Off on Video: ‘Miss NY Earth USA’ couldn’t be more wrong about climate

CFACT Undercover: Exposing radical UN sustainability conference

“Nobody wants to talk about population control…Well we can’t kill everybody…” David Terungwa, Executive Director, Global Initiative for Food Security and Ecosystem Preservation. Hundreds of youth are attending the UN panels, where panelists call for extreme population control and centralized planning. “We need to change behavior at an individual’s level. We must start acting now,” Satay Tripathi, UN Assistant Secretary General. Those were just a few of the radical comments from speakers at the United Nations’ 68th Annual Conference for Civil Societies, taking place in Salt Lake City, Utah this week. CFACT’s on-the-ground operative is attending the conference under-cover, [...]

By |2019-08-27T11:50:36-04:00August 27th, 2019|Climate, Conferences, Property|Comments Off on CFACT Undercover: Exposing radical UN sustainability conference

Absurd “loss & damage” policy advances at UN’s Bonn climate summit

Loss and damage is diplomatic code for the idea that the developed countries, especially America, should pay the developing countries for the bad things that they attribute to climate change. This includes pretty much all bad weather, plus the supposed effects of sea level rise, and who knows what else.

By |2018-05-10T18:39:27-04:00May 10th, 2018|Climate, Conferences|Comments Off on Absurd “loss & damage” policy advances at UN’s Bonn climate summit

UN indoctrination at WUF9

No one's solutions at the UN conference in Kuala Lumpur appear to include free markets, individual liberty or natinal sovereignty. These are the wellsprings of the kind of prosperity that is truly sustainable. The UN has it backwards.

By |2018-02-12T12:02:47-05:00February 12th, 2018|Conferences|Comments Off on UN indoctrination at WUF9

Ukraine proposes giving the UN climate octopus more tentacles

Major changes in UN structure take a long time but they have to start somewhere. At last week's UN climate summit the Ukraine floated a truly radical proposal. It amounts to making parties other than countries official members of the climate club. The parties in question include corporations and political entities like US states and cities, perhaps even NGOs like Greenpeace. The goal is the get as many heavyweights onto the official green team as possible.

By |2017-11-22T13:33:18-05:00November 22nd, 2017|Climate, Conferences|1 Comment