About Christina Norman

Christina Norman currently serves as Director of Development for the Committee For A Constructive Tomorrow. Christina graduated from the University of Minnesota Duluth in 2008 where she obtained her B.A. in Political Science. In college, Christina was the President of her CFACT Collegians chapter. Following college she worked for CFACT as a field director for our Collegians program and as a Development Officer. She graduated in 2010 from the Koch Associate Program. She currently resides in Pennsylvania with her husband and daughter.

EU green policy leaves households and economy in the red

BY LARRY BELL: Hidden from public view were spiraling power grid costs which jumped nearly two-thirds between 2010 and 2014 as required to connect wind and solar farms scattered over the countryside. Subsidies encouraged wind and solar developments on poorly suited sites.

By |2019-03-20T08:45:17-04:00March 20th, 2019|Economy|Comments Off on EU green policy leaves households and economy in the red

Top 5 Reasons to Give This Giving Tuesday

This Giving Tuesday, give to a cause you care about.  We at CFACT are grateful for the generosity of our many friends and supporters who enable us to reach countless policy makers, media outlets, students, and concerned citizens in America and around the world.   Please consider a tax-deductible gift today to help us continue to provide a voice for genuine science, sensible environmental policy, and the promotion of political and economic liberty that brings prosperity to nature … and people too! 1)  CFACT firmly believes the power of the free markets combined with safe technologies and wise stewardship can provide solutions to [...]

By |2016-11-29T07:35:19-05:00November 29th, 2016|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Top 5 Reasons to Give This Giving Tuesday

Youth stage “die in” at COP 21

The youth group "Engajamundo" staged a "die in" at COP 21 for "Youth and Future Generations Day." Here's a quick video peek. Do you think they these kids have calculated the death toll would result in a world with less affordable energy and free market prosperity?

By |2015-12-05T01:33:35-05:00December 4th, 2015|Videos|12 Comments

Dog lovers and baby killers

By Cyril BoynesA couple months ago, when its dog-sledding business lost customers, a Canadian company had a hundred of its dogs killed. The incident “shocked” and “angered” people. The employee who shot the dogs said he suffered “post traumatic stress” from killing them and wants compensation.Animal activists used the incident in campaigns against dog sled rides. “I don’t think society is willing to accept that animals should be killed just because they are surplus or don’t suit the purpose they were born for,” said one. “The magnitude of this atrocity is so shocking – our heads are reeling,” another said.Huskies are [...]

By |2011-04-12T00:00:00-04:00April 12th, 2011|CFACT Insights|Comments Off on Dog lovers and baby killers
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