Environmentalists Will Obstruct Telescope Project From Coming to Canary Islands

Another example of the bait-and-switch of environmentalists and their anti-science conduct. The agency that manages the Thirty Meter Telescope in Hawaii is seeking to begin construction of a backup facility on La Palma island in the Canary Islands and, lo and behold, an environmentalist group there has vowed to sue to block the project. Never… Read More Environmentalists Will Obstruct Telescope Project From Coming to Canary Islands

Environmental Defense Fund Tortures Bayes To Claim EPA Scientists Are Wrong About Methane

By Hank Campbell | June 10th 2019 Science 2.0 Industrial processes in the United States produce 8 gigagrams of methane emissions per year, according to experts. But Environmental Defense Fund, using a sensor on a Google street view car, is claiming otherwise in a recent article they paid to publish in a small Berkeley-based journal… Read More Environmental Defense Fund Tortures Bayes To Claim EPA Scientists Are Wrong About Methane

Environmentalists Seek Rolling Blackouts for Balkans

On Thursday of last week, environmentalists urged EU policymakers to clampdown on coal-fired power plants in Western Balkan states. According to Voice of America, the fumes are from emissions from old Communist-era plants that environmentalists allege contribute to nearly 4000 deaths across Europe each year. However, with some help from China, Balkan states have invested… Read More Environmentalists Seek Rolling Blackouts for Balkans

Ten years ago, @AlGore predicted the North polar ice cap would be gone. Inconveniently, it’s still there — WUWT?

On December 14, 2008, former presidential candidate Al Gore predicted the North Polar Ice Cap would be completely ice free in five years. As reported on WUWT, Gore made the prediction to a German TV audience at the COP15 Climate Conference: Al warned them that “the entire North ‘polarized’ cap will disappear in 5 years.” Watch…… Read More Ten years ago, @AlGore predicted the North polar ice cap would be gone. Inconveniently, it’s still there — WUWT?

The Rise of Environmentalism, Administrative State, and Erosion of Property Rights

Back in June, the Hoover Institution hosted the Land, Labor, And The Rule Of Law Conference in Washington DC. The meeting examined five research papers that provide a historical and modern analysis of rule of law issues that arise in labor and land regulation and markets. This talk is about how and why the environmentalist… Read More The Rise of Environmentalism, Administrative State, and Erosion of Property Rights