Student leaders from across the country just finished attending CFACT’s “eco-summit” leadership conference in Baltimore, Maryland, and are now ready to return to their campuses fully equipped to challenge radical Greens and climate alarmists.
“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!”
CFACT Executive Director Craig Rucker had a chance to meet U.S. Special Climate Envoy Trigg Talley inside COP 21, the UN conference on climate change in Paris. Talley's attitude changed pretty quickly when he realized that CFACT did not come to Paris to echo the global warming party line. Check out the before and after.
As CFACT briefed Peruvian leaders on global warming, the UN climate conference bogged down over issues of trust and verification. Here's a clue -- any country that asks you to trust them under a UN treaty without verification is lying. Got that, President Obama?