Leaders throughout the world have reached an agreement on a document specifying the goals of the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development.
The document, named by UN officials by such titles as Rio+20 and Agenda 21, is a global agreement to “shape new policies to promote prosperity, reduce poverty and advance social equity and environmental protection.”
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Funds vaccination programs to reduce world population
Governments and dictators assembling in Rio de Janeiro for the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development must adopt even more stringent policies to reduce the number of people in the world and make sure that those who remain stop consuming so much, a taxpayer-funded network of more than 100 science institutions demanded in a newly released statement.
Meanwhile, new economic models are also needed, claimed scientists associated with the IAP Global Network of Science Academies. Politics and ethics — in other words, the will and morality of the people — cannot be allowed to stand in the way of the UN “sustainability” regime any longer; at least not if the world is to be saved from its primary enemy: humanity.
“For too long, population and consumption have been left off the table due to political and ethical sensitivities,” complained U.K. Royal Society fellow Charles Godfray (pictured next to IAP logo), chairman of the IAP working group, in a bizarre attack on humanity and prosperity. “These are issues that affect developed and developing nations alike, and we must take responsibility for them together.”
The draft UN agreement being developed by national governments and environmental activist groups already deals with population control and reducing consumption, according to statements issued by the global body. But to the anti-population scientist coalition, whose controversial joint statement is being widely touted in the global media, more must be done.
Deborah Dupre | Examiner
November 29 2011
Non-renewable energy continues to violate Earth and human rights everywhere it’s drilled
Although cover-ups of the causes of the 2010 Gulf of Mexico “spill” and the recent Brazil spill are similar, unlike U.S. government treatment of the companies involved in the nation’s largest eco-disaster that began with the April 20 deep sea oil rig explosion, Brazil has banned California-based Chevron from the nation and jail terms for officials are expected due to Big Energy’s involvement with the oil spill that leaked some 2,400 barrels of oil into the sea off Rio de Janeiro on Nov. 8.
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