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A majority of the 13 senior scientists responsible for a US government report are also associated with activist groups. (Eight of them have an IPCC connection.)
The World Wildlife Fund is reaching into new corners of your life.
The World Wildlife Fund is deploying anti-poaching surveillance drones in countries with spotty human rights records and non-existent oversight mechanisms.
Companies that cozy up to the WWF in order to enhance their public image may find that the plan backfires.
The World Wildlife Fund is using ordinary Mexicans as pawns in a geopolitical chess game.
The World Wildlife Fund's first corporate sponsor was Shell oil - which continued to fund it for the next four decades.
Earth Hour isn't a volunteer, grassroots operation. The World Wildlife Fund pays its US and Canadian CEOs so handsomely they are part of the economic elite - the top 1% of income earners.
People who want to save the planet are fond of more laws and more red tape. They talk of silencing their opponents and sending people to prison.
Iowa scientists have signed a letter about climate change. News reports don’t mention their activist leanings.
A collection of NGO brats, self-important rich folks, and UN bureaucrats have taken it upon themselves to be the voice of future generations.