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.
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 [...]
The rule specifically targets hydrofluorocarbons, also known as "HFCs" and intends to cut their use by 85% over 15 years.
“The San Nicolas Island fox, a subspecies of the Channel Island Fox only found on the most remote of California’s eight Channel Islands, is at a low risk of extinction, new research published last week in Ecosphere shows.
Kirby Gibson, a graduate student and CFACT club president, was excited about the club’s momentum. “We’re really looking forward to spreading CFACT’s message of free market environmentalism on campus this year.”
All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others. A new report from the Wall Street Journal reveals an uneven standard applied to Facebook's users.
When dry brush, dead trees, and undergrowth build up in America’s western forests, wildfires are sure to burn.
The staff will report to the White House's task force on climate change and focus on how climate change risks the health of Americans, particularly the poor and minorities.
In Super Mario Bros. players use mushrooms to increase their size, and gain extra lives. Mushrooms may help space travelers “level up” as well.
In a victory for environmentalist groups, the "Willow" oil project, owned by ConocoPhillips, now faces an uncertain future.
“Saving water in the East does not equate to more water in the west. That’s not how it works,” one commenter said.
It may sound strange to some, but when one looks at the facts, it's true. Let's look at some examples.
farmers are employing a new secret weapon against fire: sheep. And it seems to be working.
The company has not yet officially adopted the net-zero by 2050 policy, but Exxon's serious consideration of the idea is a huge shift from previous strategy on climate related issues.
It is unclear what caused the battery to ignite.