Bad news for wind power backers. A new, peer reviewed study conducted by German scientists that was published in the journal Communications Earth & Environment reveals that offshore wind farms are not as safe as their backers say they are. The manuscript also says that the effects of off shore wind farms is substantial. As… Read More Study: Offshore Wind Farms Negatively Impact Ecosystems
Breitbart reports that a new study authored by Professor Lauran Whitworth of St. Mary’s College in Maryland and published in the academic journal Feminist Theory defines the increasingly popular term ecosexual and their encounters with the natural environment. Whitworth describes one ecosexual person’s first sexual encounter with a redwood tree at Yosemite National Park. She… Read More Study Examines “Ecosexual” Lovemaking Encounters With Environment
What happens when meat eaters embody the mentality of a vegan? This video solves the oldest riddle of the ages, what if meat eaters acted like vegans. JP bases his statements on comments made by vegans themselves and shows how condascending they can be by using meat, rather than plants, as the basis of his… Read More If Meat Eaters Acted Like Vegans
Viceland has a video demonstrating the latest idiotic craze among environmentalists to fight climate change. An extreme version of tree huggers known as: eco-sexuals. Basically, its people who have sex with or get off on interacting with nature.
Author and filmmaker Michael Crichton talks about his investigation into global warming and discusses his greater concerns with both care for the environment and with the environmentalist movement.
High Country News is an online and print environmentalist rag based out of Paonia, Colorado. An article in its recent edition reveals that last month the US Fish and Wildlife Service has withdrawn its opposition to a proposed development named Villages at Vigneto that will be located along the San Pedro River near the town… Read More US Fish & Wildlife withdraws opposition to Arizona construction project
Viacom International Media Networks had an ambitious project to build a Nickelodeon-themed underwater entertainment park and resort in a joint venture with Coral World Park near Coron located in the Philippines. Soon after the proposal was announced in January, Greenpeace and other local green groups sprung into action. According to Rappler, the Tagbanua Tribes of… Read More Viacom sacks Philippine resort after opposition and threat from environmentalists
Steven Crowder interviews Dr. Patrick Moore who has a PHD in Ecology and is a founder of Greenpeace. Moore discusses the complexity of Earth’s climate which deals with relationships among all the different factors in the environment. The atmosphere, the ocean, the earth, the sun, the planets, etc.
America’s cancer rates are falling, world population is on the brink of decline, more and more land is being restored to nature, increasing wealth is leading to decreasing pollution, and the cost of clean energy may soon fall below that of fossil fuels. As author Ron Bailey reveals in this talk at the Cato Institute… Read More The End of Doom: Environmental Renewal in the Twenty-First Century
One of the many issues I have raised are efforts on the part of environmentalists to indoctrinate children and young people. Since the mid-1990’s a number of critics have given attention to environmental education. Dr. Michael Sanera and his wife Jane Shaw have been at the forefront challenging environmental education programs on the state and… Read More “Facts not Fear” lecture