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Appendix 1: UN conferences and reports concerned with the human impact on the environment 1972 to 1992
- Stockholm Conference on the Human Environment in 1972, organised by Maurice Strong at the request of U Thant. Typically the Conference resolutions are strongly focused on reining in humanity rather than advancing it.
- Maurice Strong is responsible for the preliminary planning of the first UN Conference on Human Settlements and Sustainable Urban Development (Habitat I), held in Vancouver, 1976. The Conference epitomised the prioritising of nature over the rights and needs of humanity. While on the one hand there was a three day ‘Earth Healing’ ceremony, the Conference condemned private property, supported urbanisation and was represented by a poster showing a block of apartments.
- 1980 UNEP, founded by Maurice Strong in 1972 produces the WorldConservation Strategy. which declares ‘The most acute climatic problem, however, is carbon dioxide accumulation as a result of the burning of fossil fuel, deforestation and changes in land use.’
- In 1987 David Rockefeller, accompanied by associates Strong and Brundtland hijack the 4th World Wilderness Congress, organised by Maurice Strong – none of the three had attended previous conferences, but all three-spoke, using the new language of sustainability and biological diversity.
- 1991, 14 months before the Rio Earth Summit (UNCED), Prince Charles holds a private two-day international conference aboard the royal yacht Britannia, moored off the coast of Brazil, bringing together key international figures ‘in an attempt to achieve a degree of harmony between the various countries that would happen at the Rio Earth Summit. Those attending included Al Gore, senior officials from the World Bank, and chief executives from companies such as Shell and British Petroleum, and the key NGOs.
- Rio Earth Summit (UNCED) 1992, organised by Maurice Strong. The Summit gave rise to numerous reports and agreements, including Agenda 21, the comprehensive plan of action to be taken globally, nationally and locally by organizations of the United Nations System, Governments, and Major Groups in every area in which human impacts on the environment (UN definition). They all repeat the same themes of climate change, biodiversity, urbanisation, government control of land and global governance, including more say for NGOs.
- Maurice Strong was also an advisor to the 2012 Rio + 20 Summit
Appendix 2: UN Conferences from 1990 to 2000 to promote global governance
- In 1990 and 1991 the International Conferences On A More Democratic United Nations (CAMDUN-1 and CAMDUN-2).
- April 22 1991, the Stockholm Initiative on Global Security and Governancearising from a meeting of world leaders, including Club of Rome member Gro Harlem Brundtland, leads to the Commission on Global Governance, with a brief ‘to further explore the new challenges of global interdependence‘ with Maurice Strong as a member.
- Our Global Neighbourhood: the Report of the Commission on Global Governance was produced in 1995. Among those recommendations are specific proposals to expand the authority of the United Nations to provide:
- Global taxation;
- A standing UN army;
- An Economic Security Council;
- UN authority over the global commons;
- An end to the veto power of permanent members of the Security Council;
- A new parliamentary body of “civil society” representatives (NGOs);
- A new “Petitions Council“;
- A new Court of Criminal Justice;
- Binding verdicts of the International Court of Justice;
- Expanded authority for the Secretary-General.
- 1997 New Secretary-General Kofi Annan appoints Maurice Strong as Executive Coordinator for United Nations Reform in January 1997 with a view, according to a UN press release to reform and streamline the Organization’ [sic]. July 1997 Maurice Strong produced his report, Renewing the United Nations, six months later, in July 1997.
- 1999 ‘The Charter for Global Democracy.
2000 the Millenium Declaration
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