An oil spill said to have originated from a tanker off the coast of Tucacas, Venezuela is reportedly devastating the country’s Morrocoy National Park and its mangroves that can badly affect it’s delicate eco-system. So far, no efforts have been made by environmentalists to take action or even pressure the country’s officials to clean it… Read More Environmentalists Ignore Venezuela Oil Spill
After a tragedy, such as the loss of a loved one, people tend to seek out who or what is the villain responsible. This logic has recently come about resulting from Pennsylvania officials who, according to The Wall Street Journal, recently announced they were going to investigate a potential link to fracking and cancer in… Read More Pennsylvania to Investigate Potential Fracking Link to Rare Cancer Due to Series of Cases
This video is a 20 minute course Tony Heller has composed to teach climate scientists the basic science which many of them choose not to understand. Pay close attention to who Swedish professor Svend Arhenius is related to.
The environmentalist group Amazon Frontlines and their allies from the Waorani indian tribe successfully sued to stop parts of the Amazon rainforest in Ecuador to be sold off for oil exploration. According to SBS News, the two groups consider it a huge win but, in reality, it is the Ecuadorian people whose lives will be… Read More Environmentalists and Native Indian Allies Block Economic Development in Ecuador
Greenpeace terrorists took it upon themselves to trespass on an oil rig run by British Petroleum located off the coast of Scotland and won’t leave until the company stops drilling for new oil wells. According to Reuters, the thugs scaled the structure of the 27,000 ton oil rig Sunday evening as it was departing the… Read More Greenpeace Hoodlums Trespass on BP Oil Rig
The Bayou Bridge Pipeline, a major crude oil pipeline under construction in southern Louisiana, is almost completed. But, despite approval and assurances of safety by state regulators, environmentalists allege the pipeline is a danger to the Atchafalaya Basin. Some environmentalists are so passionate in their opposition to the pipeline that they are living in trees… Read More LA. Pipeline Protesters Live in Bayou Trees
A very interesting post by The Republican Standard shows eco-terrorism against pipeline construction has made its way to southern Virginia. Citing the Virginians Against Pipelines Facebook page, there are numerous references to methods of sabotage conducted by Earth First! against logging, such as tree spikes, since trees have to be cleared for pipeline construction. Tree… Read More Eco-Terrorists Collude With Russians For South Virginia Pipeline Sabotage?
The federal government of Canada recently announced it will purchase the Transmountain pipeline for $4.5 billion. According to The New York Times, the edifice transports oil from Alberta to a sea port in a Vancouver, British Columbia suburb. The pipeline has garnered strong opposition from environmentalist and native Indian groups, in which a spokesperson named… Read More Environmentalists Threaten More Terrorism to Stop Pipeline Construction
Construction equipment owned by the company constructing the Bayou Bridge pipeline in Louisiana has been vandalized in which the cost estimates total about $50,000. The pipeline company blames environmentalists for the sabotage. According to the Associated Press, the Assumption Parish Sheriff’s Office states that, while the pipeline itself was undamaged, hydraulic hoses and electrical lines… Read More Environmentalists Trash LA. Pipeline Equipment
A little over forty years ago, gas prices were skyrocketing, but now they’re comparatively cheap and oil is plentiful. What happened? It was an American success story – hydraulic fracturing, also known as fracking. Watch PJTV‘s Glenn Reynolds interview Gregory Zuckerman, author of The Frackers, about the benefits of hydraulic fracturing.