About Adam Houser

Adam Houser coordinates student leaders as National Director of CFACT's collegians program and writes on issues of climate and energy.

Rolls-Royce to launch UK mini nuclear reactors business

Rolls-Royce SMR said one of its power stations would occupy about one tenth of the size of a conventional nuclear plant - the equivalent footprint of two football pitches - and power approximately one million homes.

By |2021-11-16T08:55:23-05:00November 17th, 2021|Energy|Comments Off on Rolls-Royce to launch UK mini nuclear reactors business

UK’s Channel 4 News broadcasts climate hit piece on CFACT’s Morano – watch the rest of the story

UK's Channel 4 News, broadcast a story covering CFACT's Marc Morano and the Heartland Institute's International Conference on Climate Change (ICCC) in Las Vegas, NV. CFACT attended and co-sponsored the conference. The report attempts to smear Morano and conference attendees as "deniers" and claims that Morano is "fear mongering." You can watch Channel 4 's video, here. Although, that video doesn't tell the whole story. Channel 4 News included about 30 seconds of the extensive interview with their reporter, Siobhan Kennedy and Morano of CFACT. For reference to content discussed in the video, see Morano's full speech to the Heartland [...]

By |2021-10-26T18:17:43-04:00October 20th, 2021|Conferences, News|Comments Off on UK’s Channel 4 News broadcasts climate hit piece on CFACT’s Morano – watch the rest of the story

CFACT experts, Climate Hustle 2 film make big impact at Heartland Climate Conference

Prominent skeptical climate scientists, experts, authors, and activists gathered from around the world, to attend the Heartland Institute's 14th International Conference on Climate Change (ICCC) in Las Vegas, Nevada.

By |2021-10-29T13:48:10-04:00October 18th, 2021|Conferences, General Information|Comments Off on CFACT experts, Climate Hustle 2 film make big impact at Heartland Climate Conference

Red-legged frogs leap to healthy numbers in Yosemite

California red-legged frogs are successfully returning to Yosemite National Park after an extensive rehabilitation effort. The work is a result of combined talent, and resources of the National Park Service, Yosemite Conservancy, the San Francisco Zoo & Gardens, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, California Department of Fish & Wildlife, and NatureBridge. The California red-legged frog was a staple resident of Yosemite until about 50 years ago, when their numbers finally dwindled. Today, the collaborative rehabilitation plan is seeing new frog eggs appear in the wild even sooner than was expected. As reported by the National Park Service: “A new generation of [...]

By |2021-10-17T13:06:01-04:00October 8th, 2021|Species|Comments Off on Red-legged frogs leap to healthy numbers in Yosemite