Environmentalists Condemn Protection For Endangered Bird Species

Piping plover birds are located primarily on the northeast coast of the United States and are classified as an endangered species. A unique habit of the feathered creature is that they lay their eggs usually in beach sand. Their egg-laying season takes place around late April or early May. The eggs start hatching the bird… Read More Environmentalists Condemn Protection For Endangered Bird Species

The Coming “Nature Rights” Threat

Environmentalism is no longer about conservation or protecting endangered species. For at least a decade, environmentalist groups have become increasingly radical and explicitly anti-human. Whatever implicit, anti-human sentiments environmentalists may have harbored, greens are now more open about their hatred of mankind, and it has intensified since the American public turned against the Left. This… Read More The Coming “Nature Rights” Threat

Harvard Business School Fireside Chat with Alex Epstein

A fireside chat with author and Center for Industrial Progress founder Alex Epstein and Forbes columnist Michael Lynch at Harvard Business School’s 14th Annual Energy Symposium held during October of last year. In this talk, Epstein correctly points out that in the discussion on climate and energy, the ability of humans to flourish if not… Read More Harvard Business School Fireside Chat with Alex Epstein

Environmentalists Angered by Chanel’s Enchanted Forest Show

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

Environmentalism: the New Religion

A Mr. Cropper out of St. George Utah makes some very interesting observations about Timothy Treadwell. Cropper also points out how Treadwell’s death is symbolic of how environmentalism is a religion. The audio of Treadwell’s death that Cropper speaks of is below.