The request for information invites us "to think boldly about the opportunities for advancing environmental research and education into its next stage through a lens focused on economic competitiveness and/or national security."
A lot of teachers want to question climate change alarmism and they need good material to help them do it.
To the radical left, anything that goes against their politically correct narrative apparently must be attacked as “racist" or “bigoted." CFACT at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities hosted renowned conservative political commentator Ben Shapiro to discuss the importance of free speech and benefits of free markets over socialism.
Physicist Laurence (Larry) Gould at the University of Hartford (Connecticut) is just finishing up an ambitious full semester course on the climate change debate.
The NYT has outdone itself, with what has got to be the nuttiest alarmist opinion piece that I have ever seen. The title sort of says it all -- "The Climate Crisis? It’s Capitalism, Stupid."
The true shame is that teachers read this stuff and believe it, then teach it to their students.
West Virginia University professor James E. Smith argues that the U.S. needs more entrepreneurs and innovators, but our educational system seems bent on focusing on identifying and managing the symptoms of problems we face today rather than on solutions that address or eliminate the origin or root of those problems -- and in all too many cases, they find reasons NOT to pursue solutions that MIGHT create new problems, even when the potential for harm is tiny.
An academic at a public university created a computer game that teaches players to torch oil pipelines and block energy projects.
NSF engages in a stealth strategy of funding myriad alarmist activities, most of which are directly aimed at indoctrinating teachers and students.
The New York State School Boards Association (NYSSBA) has polled its members on the teaching of "climate change" and a bunch of the respondents seem pretty skeptical.
CLEAN is the Grand Central Station when it comes to distributing alarmist teaching materials to American students.
How do we restore integrity to our fundamental institutions?
The National Academy of Sciences is off the rails when it comes to teaching kids about climate change.
Skepticism is alive and well but so is alarmism, which means there is much that can be done to advance sound science. Here is an overview, which ties to the various articles plus some other material and suggests specific action items that many people can take on.
NASA is teaching global warming propaganda online. Time for reform.