Outrage has replaced reason in the debate surrounding biodiversity and poisoned the way we talk about workable solutions. By Bill Wirtz, Thursday, September 5, 2019, Foundation for Economic Education “Our House Is on Fire” It is hard to miss the news reports on the fire in the Amazon rainforest in Brazil. Millions of people are… Read More Data on Amazon Rainforest Fires Tell a Much Different Story Than Social Media
A curious but very interesting article in today’s Financial Times reporting what seems to be the potential demise of Brazil’s Amazon rain forest at the hands of the country’s new President Jair Bolsonaro. According to the FT citing research by Brazil’s space agency, the National Institute for Space Research (INPE): Some 3,170 square kilometres of… Read More Enjoy the Deforestation, Brazil!
Tony Heller explains that since October 1, the US has experienced the coolest, wettest weather on record. And not surprisingly that has led to the fewest forest fires on record. Climate alarmists are (of course) reporting the exact opposite. PHOTO CREDIT: Wikimedia – The Rim Fire in the Stanislaus National Forest near Yosemite National Park,… Read More Coolest, Wettest, Fewest Fires On Record
By Hunter Pearl, Institute for Energy Research “In my last article I discussed atmospheric trust litigation (ATL), the latest crusade among radical environmentalists to impose through the courts what they could not pass through the ballot box. This coordinated campaign includes using child plaintiffs to sue the federal government to adopt their desired climate change… Read More Climate Lawsuits Have Cities Seeing Green
CGTN’s Phil Lavelle reports from the town of Big Bear in Southern California that environmentalists dispute claims and would oppose a plan to log forests to prevent wildfires in The Golden State. This is no surprise because the wildfires help kill off humans.
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
After allegedly chopping down multiple oak and poplar trees for his Chanel walk show, the UK Guardian reveals fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld has been criticised by environmentalists for his doing so. This while claiming that not only were Chanel’s green credentials jeopardized but that the venue used was completely divorced from the reality of protecting… Read More Environmentalists Angered by Chanel’s Enchanted Forest Show
California is a lush, beautiful state. It has wide open spaces, majestic and lovely scenery, gorgeous weather, and wonderful people. However, a term used by some people to disparage The Golden State is that it is known as the Great Granola Bowl. In other words, it is the land of fruits, nuts and flakes. The… Read More Environmentalists seek to screw Napa County, CA winemakers
An insightful and fascinating commentary is posted at The American Thinker. In it, author Richard Zuber systematically lays out how environmentalist policies were a major factor in contributing to California’s wildfires that raged for most of December. In part, Zuber points out: According to the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE), shrubs… Read More Blame environmentalists for California wildfires
Movies that try to make the case for environmentalist causes deserve serious consideration. More often than not, they tend to try to make environmentalists out to be underdog crusaders fighting against well-funded, evil corporations, etc. Though at times it almost skirts away from the underdog narrative, ultimately, If A Tree Fall attempts to try to… Read More “If A Tree Falls” tries to humanize ELF terrorism
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