Former Obama Adviser Van Jones Helping to Push ‘Human’ Rights for Mother Nature

George Russell|FoxNews

‘Top Down, Bottom Up, Inside Out’ The new age movement with allies such as Van Jones and more importantly the United Nations, are accelerating the implementation of sustainable development through the Agenda 21 doctrine. The plans for humankind in the very near future is right there on the UN’s website for anyone to read, a 300 page manifesto that details plans for compact urbanized zones of communities throughout the US.

Van Jones, the Obama administration’s controversial former “green jobs czar,” has found a new calling: helping to push for a new, global architecture of environmental law that would give Mother Nature the same rights status as humans.

The new movement is almost certain to be showcased at a U.N.-sponsored global summit on “sustainable development” to take place in Rio de Janeiro in May 2012, when similar issues of “global environmental governance” are a major focus of attention.

Jones is taking up the challenge as one of the newest board members of an obscure San Francisco New Age-style organization known as the Pachamama Alliance, which has been creating a global movement to make human rights for Mother Nature an international reality — complete with enforceable laws — by 2014. The Rio summit will create an important midpoint for that campaign.

Jones joined the alliance’s board last December, shortly after the organization announced creation of the Global Alliance for the Rights of Nature to carry the concept around the world—and install it not only in international law but in the statutes of communities and municipalities across the U.S.

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