Riccardo Cascioli is an Italian journalist and author of several books.  As a journalist he has covered international issues including refugee crises in South East Asia, the Middle East, Somalia and Taiwan in addition to covering various UN conferences including Rio Conference (1992), and the Cairo Conference (1994).

His books include “Il complotto demografico” which explains the strategies, aims and the political and economic interests behind the population control movement; “La possible globalizzazione” which explores globalization; and Le bugie degli ambientalisti, which explores the lies of the environmental movement.

Cascioli is also founder and president of the European Center of Research on Population, Development, and the Environment (CESPAS).

Cascioli lives in Milan with his wife Tricia and their two children, Teresa and Patrick.