After 30 years, residents of King Cove, Alaska finally won approval for the construction of a road connecting their remote Aleutian fishing village to an all-weather airport. Yet the Center for Biological Diversity, Defenders of Wildlife, and their ilk would have the world believe that an 11-mile-long, single-lane gravel road will put birds migrating along the Pacific Flyway in peril.
The children of a Korean War veteran and his wife are hoping to realize the dream of their late parents and build a home in the Florida Keys, thereby undoing a government “taking” of the family’s property.
The Trump administration is moving to bring much-needed clarity to a century-old bird-protection statute
Demand for fossil fuels is growing worldwide, and depriving pension funds of companies capable of delivering that energy to global markets is playing Russian roulette with New York’s pensioners.
Determined to disrupt the interstate transport of oil and natural gas throughout the United States, a network of environmental activists is openly threatening to resort to sabotage to achieve their ends.
A radical group is boasting on the Internet that it will go beyond “legal means” to halt construction of two natural-gas pipelines.
The wildfires that struck California’s fabled wine country and surrounding areas have left behind death and destruction on an unimaginable scale. When policies create conditions that make forests ripe for wildfires or that force people to live in high-risk areas, don’t be surprised if disaster ensues.
In his Executive Order of April 25, President Trump pledged to “end another egregious use of federal power, and give that power back to the states and people where it belongs.”
Once Avista’s customers become Hydro One’s customers, they could be faced with electricity bills as much as 350% higher than they are currently paying. That's what happens when utilities – often coerced by governments in the name of “combating climate change” – shift from reliable sources of energy to politically fashionable but notoriously unreliable and expensive renewable energy.
After six years of tedious litigation, a court in Vancouver, British Columbia appears set to hand down a ruling involving one of the most controversial claims ever made in support of human-induced global warming. Michael Mann refused to provide his temperature proxy data despite a court order. What is he afraid we'll discover?
NASA once again can soar to the heights that once put the world in awe.
Martha rose to national prominence in 2014 when legislation strengthening farmers’ rights and named after her – the “Boneta Bill” – was adopted by the Virginia General Assembly and signed into law by the governor.
Despite pleas from state and local government, the Obama EPA demanded Arkansas spend billions it cannot afford or lose its coal plants. The Trump EPA has an opportunity to do better.
Not all pipelines are created equal, and one proposed underground transmission line in the Midwest appears to be a project in search of a purpose.
Martha Boneta: "It is my hope and prayer that no American citizen ever has to suffer the way we have on our family farm.”