Florida Environmentalists Flee After Phosphate Company Fights Back

A green publication reports Florida environmentalists fled out of sheer panic after lawyers with the phosphate company Mosaic pushed back against their attempt to prevent the company from being granted an operating license by the state due to the company legally using county waterways to dilute pollution from one of the company's plants in Bartow. … Continue reading Florida Environmentalists Flee After Phosphate Company Fights Back

Michigan Leftist Politico Ruins Midlander’s Lives Over Endangered Species

When Leftist politicians aren't insisting on lockdowns in order to assert their authority citing the spread of COVID-19, they're ruining people's lives in other ways. Bridge magazine has published a very revealing article that the state's Democrat Attorney General, Dana Nessel, sued one of the state's utility companies operating the Edenville Dam citing endangered species … Continue reading Michigan Leftist Politico Ruins Midlander’s Lives Over Endangered Species

Environmentalists Whine About Lack of Water for Delaware Basin, ‘Cause Fish!

Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Delaware and New York City are probably scared stiff. WSKG reports the environmentalist group Friends of the Delaware Basin is demanding more water to be released from reservoirs that replace flows in the Delaware River during dry periods. Doing this, the greens say, will help reduce flooding when it rains … Continue reading Environmentalists Whine About Lack of Water for Delaware Basin, ‘Cause Fish!

Environmentalists Seek to Shut Down Livestock Ranching … Again!

Attorneys with the Oregon Natural Desert Association and the Center for Biological Diversity have filed notices of appeal related to a 2003 lawsuit over grazing impacts on bull trout in Oregon’s Malheur National Forest in which the ruling handed down by the Ninth Circuit US Court of Appeals at that time favored ranchers, respectfully. According … Continue reading Environmentalists Seek to Shut Down Livestock Ranching … Again!

The New York Times’ Misleading Rio Grande Story Debunked in Less Than Two Minutes

Known for it's consistent advocacy of man-made climate change, The New York Times published an article four days ago making the case that the stretch of the Rio Grande River in New Mexico has dried up early resulting from human-induced warming. The Grey Lady's entire news report is riddled with contradictions that make it look … Continue reading The New York Times’ Misleading Rio Grande Story Debunked in Less Than Two Minutes

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 … Continue reading The Coming “Nature Rights” Threat

Seneca Nation seeks to destroy their reputation

The Olean Times Herald reports that the Seneca Indian tribe is petitioning the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) to not issue permits for a water quality management and discharge plant to be built and operated by Epiphany Alleghany, LLC at the base of Allegheny River in Potter County, Pennsylvania. The tribe alleges that the … Continue reading Seneca Nation seeks to destroy their reputation

Microbeads in UK waterways and fish, oh my!

People obviously feel a lot safer now that Great Britain has banned microbeads. Its a wonder that this problem went so long without being addressed. It is outrageous that beauty product makers used microbeads since they can end up polluting water ways and end up in the bowels of animals, like fish, just like environmentalists … Continue reading Microbeads in UK waterways and fish, oh my!

The Solution to California’s Drought: A Free Market in Water

If you're going to be serious about using markets to allocate water, the first thing you have to do is let the market determine the price, says Reed Watson, the executive director at the Property and Environment Research Center, or PERC, a nonprofit think tank is based in Bozeman, Montana. If California wants to ease … Continue reading The Solution to California’s Drought: A Free Market in Water