ABC Australia Deleted Posts Promoting Environmentalists Opposing Controlled Burns

The staff of a conservative Australian online news and opinion website named Cauldron Pool discovered the Australian Broadcasting Company (ABC) deleted posts from their Facebook page. The network posted news stories promoting environmentalists who sought to halt or disrupt controlled burns being conducted as part of Australia’s brush fire safety program. The regions mentioned in… Read More ABC Australia Deleted Posts Promoting Environmentalists Opposing Controlled Burns

German Environmentalists Heighten Violence Against Police, Coal Mining

In Germany, police have been making efforts to clear out environmentalist protesters that have established themselves in tree houses in the Hambach Forest in the western part of the country near Aachen. According to The New York Times, the environmentalists have been there for the past six years as part of an effort to halt… Read More German Environmentalists Heighten Violence Against Police, Coal Mining

Ryan Zinke Correctly Blames Environmentalist Lawsuits for California Wildfires

President Trump’s Interior Secretary, Ryan Zinke, authored an opinion piece published in USA Today on Wednesday blaming environmentalists and the lawsuits they file for California’s wildfires, including the ones burning in other areas of the western United States. In his op-ed, Interior Secretary Zinke made the case for active forest management (which includes logging, prescribed… Read More Ryan Zinke Correctly Blames Environmentalist Lawsuits for California Wildfires

Greenpeace prevails in logging company lawsuit … for now

Greenpeace has won the first round in a racketeering lawsuit brought against them by Resolute Forest Products. According to Bloomberg federal judge in San Francisco dismissed the case Monday stating Resolute can revise and refile its claims. Canada-based Resolute Forest Products accuses Greenpeace of being a global fraud in its suit and has included other… Read More Greenpeace prevails in logging company lawsuit … for now

Anti-logging protesters commit crime against humanity

In a selfless act of charity in one of Australia’s South West forests. Protestors there stopped logging in an area home to the endangered black cockatoo in which one activist went so far as to lock himself in a bulldozer. According to Western Australia Today, Australia’s Forest Products Commission (FPC) planned to clear over 1200… Read More Anti-logging protesters commit crime against humanity