by Katie Tahuahua | August 13, 2019 - OPINION - Washington Examiner A new study confirms what conservatives have long suspected: Expensive climate change programs, such as the Green New Deal, would hurt the poor the most. Researchers from the Euro-Mediterranean Center for Climate Change estimate that if every country participating in the Paris climate … Continue reading Expensive climate change programs hurt the poor most
BY CHUCK MCFADDEN POSTED 05.20.2019 Capitol Weekley Once again, the stage is being set for a multi-pronged battle in California between environmentalists and the Trump administration. On May 9, the federal government announced plans to open 725,500 acres of public lands on California’s Central Coast and the Bay Area to new oil and gas drilling. … Continue reading Environmentalists, California Prepare to Obstruct New Fracking Rules
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!
A study published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences reveals that methane increases were due to natural variability and not drilling. According to the Associated Press, manuscript is one of many scientific examinations coming out showing that drinking water around natural gas fracking sites in Pennsylvania are not contaminated. While some … Continue reading Studies: Fracking Not Affecting Drinking Water
A study published Friday in the journal Environmental Monitoring and Assessment authored by Geologists with the University of Cincinnati reveals no evidence of natural gas contamination in Ohio drinking water from counties where recent oil and gas drilling took place due to their proximity to the Utica Shale formation. According to Science Codex, the scientists … Continue reading Study: No Evidence Of Natural Gas Fracking Pollution in OH Drinking Water
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
In this video scientist and author Tony Heller shows how climate alarmists have created a new global warming religion, based on many traditional concepts from other religions. Guilt, fear, faith, redemption and carbon taxes are all needed to save the planet.
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
The environmentalist group Deep Green Resistance has filed a friend of the court brief in federal Court in Denver, Colorado urging the court to grant personhood to the ecosystem of the Colorado River in the same manner as it is granted to corporations. According to Courthouse News, the brief alleges that the river is not … Continue reading Environmentalist group wants Colorado River Ecosystem given personhood status
India will soon have the Sardar Sarovar Dam on the Narmada river in the country's western state of Gujarat built. According to Reuters once completed, the dam will be the world's second largest and provide hydroelectric power and even water to three states. The construction for the dam began in 1987 but was briefly held … Continue reading Environmentalists oppose dam, seek to keep Indians in the dark