Despite Popularity, Some States Have Declared War on Natural Gas

Two years ago, rather than coal, natural gas became the fuel of preference for powering plants that generatate electricity. However, its popularity has quickly diminished and using the fuel is under scrutiny in some states. According to The Wall Street Journal, state regulators, renewable energy proponents and environmentalists are insisting that existing or proposed natural…

International court rewards Greenpeace nihilism

An international court has ruled against Russia in a dispute involving a 2013 Greenpeace protest. This after the same court ruled the country should compensate the Netherlands during 2015. ABC News reports that the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague concluded that Russia should compensate Greenpeace for seizing a ship the group’s campaigners used…

Myths About Fracking

John Stossel examines and answers the myths, lies and downright stupid claims made about hydraulic fracturing (a.k.a. fracking). He also points out why fracking is great for the environment.

Hydroelectric plants may pollute water with methylmercury

A startling article published by The Canadian Press. A peer-reviewed manuscript published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences suggests that hydroelectric plants will emit more methylmercury into ecosystems than climate change. Methylmercury is a neurotoxin created as mercury mixes with bacteria and is associated with heart issues and intellectual problems in…