Why Environmentalists Have Turned on Michael Moore

Population Research Institute head Steven Mosher has penned a column in the New York Post that adds a bit more depth to environmentalist’s witch hunt against Michael Moore. It’s due to Moore being more consistent in his arguments by embracing population control (i.e. anti-humanism) and his exposing the fraud of renewables was the ammunition greens… Read More Why Environmentalists Have Turned on Michael Moore

Biofuels Are A Negative For The Climate And We Can Thank Environmentalists For That

By Hank Campbell – Science 2.0 When Al Gore was Vice-President in 1994, he forced the U.S. EPA to mandate ethanol in gasoline by breaking the Senate tie in favor of environmentalists who had been pushing ethanol as ‘sustainable biofuel’ for decades. His vote forced gasoline manufacturers to include it despite science concerns it would… Read More Biofuels Are A Negative For The Climate And We Can Thank Environmentalists For That

New York’s new anti-carbon law won’t dent climate change, could ruin state

By Ken Girardin June 20, 2019 | New York Post Gov. Andrew Cuomo said he wanted New York to adopt a limit on greenhouse gas emissions that’s “the most aggressive goal in the country.” Unfortunately for New Yorkers, state lawmakers took him at his word. The Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act now awaiting his… Read More New York’s new anti-carbon law won’t dent climate change, could ruin state

Nearly 20 Years of Renewable Energy Means Unstable and Expensive Electricity Delivery

From JoNova: A big new study by electricity grid nerds (and I mean that in the nicest possible way) shows that after all the money and pain of 20 years of forced transition Australia’s electricity has shifted from 85% coal powered to 75% coal powered, which cost billions and as a bonus, made electricity more… Read More Nearly 20 Years of Renewable Energy Means Unstable and Expensive Electricity Delivery