NGOs drive global climate agenda

by Henry Lamb -- BONN, Germany -- Of the 1389 registered participants attending the global warming talks in Bonn, more than half have come to lobby the delegates. There are 661 delegates more…

Disagreements stall warming talks

by Henry Lamb -- BONN, GERMANY - The Kyoto Protocol, launched amid champagne and celebration in 1997, may have struck an iceberg before it ever left port. Cracks in the hull of more…

Eco talks target land use

by Henry Lamb -- Delegates from more than 150 nations are in Bonn, Germany, discussing ways to monitor, measure, and ultimately, to regulate land use, in order to prevent global warming, which more…

Challenging 'Biosphere Reserves'

by Henry Lamb -- The U.S. Senate is holding hearings today on the American Land Sovereignty Protection Act of 1999 (S510), which will be televised on C-SPAN at 2:30 p.m. EST. The more…

Is it time to leave the U.N.?

by Henry Lamb -- Congressman Ron Paul, R-Texas, says yes, and has introduced legislation (HR1146) to get the job done. The majority of Congress, the administration, and many, if not most of more…

NATO at 50: Global Governance Emerging

by Henry Lamb -- The NATO Summit brought together the chief executives of 19 nations who assumed the authority to ignore the NATO Charter and the U.N. Charter and inflict war upon more…

Security for the people of Kosovo?

by Henry Lamb -- Kosovo is a sobering example of how the international community can provide "security for the people." According to "Our Global Neighborhood," the report of the U.N.-funded Commission on more…

Not another dime for the UN

by Henry Lamb -- The "bipartisan" bug has bitten Republicans Christopher Shays and Jim Leach, who joined Democrats Nita Lowey and Eliot Engel in introducing the United Nations Arrears Payment Act. The more…

Global warming debate heats up

by Henry Lamb -- When the Environmental Protection Agency announced a series of grants to promote climate change education in Maine, officials from Sovereignty International immediately asked to participate. They were told more…

How much is enough?

by Henry Lamb -- More than 100 organizations from across America sent delegates to Washington last week to prepare a message for politicians: the government owns too much land. By most counts, more…