Energy Service Companies (ESCOs) use greenwashing to hawk products they claim to be environmentally friendly to gain market advantages.
“At CFACT we like our events to be more than just a mere echo chamber,” said Christian Fiksdal. “We thought having Jeff Sessions speak on campus would bring some viewpoints that are not frequently discussed by college professors."
(1) Where does the electricity required to power electric cars going to come from, and (2) What energy sources are capable of meeting the transportation needs of a nation?
Dr. Peter Ridd's resounding legal victory is brilliant indeed. He stands completely vindicated. James Cook University slouches in shame.
Extreme greens grouse, but African and other poor families see hope in David Malpass.
New York City within two years will become the first American city to impose new tolls on passenger and commercial vehicles that enter the southern half of Manhattan.
BY TODD ROYAL: Blaming climate change for California fires is a canard that doesn’t look at the complete incompetence of elected officials, environmental regulations and organizations that stand to profit from the GWCC narrative.
BY RON STEIN: I can’t for the life of me figure out what beef the South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) has against local businesses and blue collar pocketbooks.
Our national flood control system is only half built and we need to finish it.
Time will tell if these Ohio State scientists have shaped and molded a brilliant solution to help better manage the problem of plastic waste.
BY MARK MATHIS: Have you been cajoled into doing things that show you are in compliance with the Green agenda, yet do no actual good?
BY CLAY MORRISON: A new infographic looks at how many wind farms each of the world’s major cities would need to power them, from Bangkok to Los Angeles.
Does anyone truly believe that had we only foregone modern transportation and electricity, one less walrus would have fallen from that cliff?
There is no evidence that restrictions on New England usage will have a measurable effect on world demand for natural gas, or the slightest effect on global temperatures. But misguided government energy policies will raise prices for New England residents.
There is nothing coincidental about common déjà vu features of a CO2 climate crisis-premised war on fossil fuels and a hysterically-hyped sulfur dioxide (SO2) emission acid rain environmental calamity a half-century ago.