By David Wojick, Ph.D. The anti-fracking folks are trying a slick new strategy in Colorado. Instead of banning fracking they just make it impossible.
In what may be the grandest case of unintended consequences in history, the chemical hating UN greens have endorsed the creation and use of toxic chemicals and hazardous materials on a truly gigantic scale.
The Colorado Public Utilities Commission (PUC) recently approved a Colorado Energy Plan that attempts to substitute wind power for coal power. CFACT has petitioned the PUC to reconsider this ill-advised decision.
Almost half of Germany's electric power comes from coal fired generation. That is a lot of juice and a lot of jobs.
Angela Merkel has shocked the climate alarmist world by declining to support tighter Paris Agreement emission targets for the European Union.
The total cost of this Bill is estimated to be upwards of a trillion dollars, which is a lot of taxes.
USAID policies perpetuate disease and malnutrition. Part three of a three part series.
Given that YouTube has foolishly decided to link every skeptical climate change video to this page, the alarmism is a real concern.
USAID policies fail on humanitarian grounds
USAID still pushes climate alarmism over energy, jobs, health and prosperity for poor countries. First of three parts.
YouTube labeling of climate debate videos with a fact that no one disputes scientifically is pointless.
Skeptics of climate alarmism are surprised that President Trump has nominated atmospheric scientist Kelvin Droegemeier to head up the Office of Science and Technology Policy, and possibly be his official Science Advisor as well. The likely explanation is the looming midterm elections.
The US Energy Department is still running one of the top drivers of alarmist science for the United Nations.
It essentially asserts that indigenous, traditional farmers must be shielded from market forces and modern technologies, so that they can continue using ancient, primitive, “culturally appropriate” methods.
People seem to think that adaptation to climate change is a free good. Some people tout it as a "no regrets" alternative to questionable mitigation efforts such as decarbonization. It is certainly not free and if the projected changes fail to occur it can easily be very bad.