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.… Read More Florida Environmentalists Flee After Phosphate Company Fights Back
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… Read More Environmentalists Whine About Lack of Water for Delaware Basin, ‘Cause Fish!
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
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… Read More Microbeads in UK waterways and fish, oh my!
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… Read More The Solution to California’s Drought: A Free Market in Water
Despite lawsuit threats from an irrigation company, Greenpeace activists have begun occupying a dam construction site in Canterbury, New Zealand which is in the same region as Christchurch on New Zealand’s South Island. Voxy reports Central Plains Water wants to construct the dam as part of an irrigation plan they seek to build across the… Read More Greenpeace terrorists seek to destroy NZ dairy industry
The mean greenies are completing their destruction of California by attacking the state’s water supply. In the tradition of using the Delta Smelt, are going to use another endangered fish to further restrict the state’s water supply. KABC reports environmentalists have announced they will sue the Water Reclamation Authority, City of San Bernardino and City… Read More Environmentalists find new tool to cut off California water supply
A new federal report by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration says that natural variations in La Nina weather oscillation are the reason for California’s drought and not man-made global warming. According NBC San Diego, the actual transcript for the report will be submitted for peer review and the research was headed by a scientist… Read More Feds: CA drought not due to global warming
Due to the lack of drinking water resulting from California’s drought, San Diego has decided to convert sewer water into drinking water. According to Fox News, the San Diego City Council voted unanimously to spend $2.5 billion to recycle wastewater. Consequently, the bad publicity resulting from toilet-to-tap has lead to a yuck factor. San Diego… Read More San Diego to convert recycled wastewater into drinking water
In 1972, Congress enacted the Clean Water Act which ushered in the creation of the Environmental Protection Agency. The law was the result of press coverage surrounding a fire on the Cuyahoga River that entailed chemicals and debris dumped into the river that caught fire. Despite thirteen prior fire incidents, the 1969 event caught the… Read More Proposed EPA edict may make farmers polluters