Video: Steve Milloy's Keynote Address at NAS 2013 Conference

Tessa Carter

C-SPAN attended NAS's "A Mighty Maze" conference in March and filmed Steve Milloy's luncheon keynote address. Mr. Milloy, founder of JunkScience.com and author of Green Hell, recounted his experience working in the U.S. Department of Energy and analyzing EPA regulations and described the rise of the sustainability movement in higher education. "The intellectual corruption of our campuses does have consequences," he said. "The sustainability movement is not about making sure there's enough earth left for people to live on in the future . . . It's about totalitarian-style control of every aspect of our lives."

The video of the talk is below and also on NAS's YouTube Channel. Photos from the conference are available on NAS's Flickr page.

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