Occasional extreme weather emergencies can be devastating, but are also historically normal.
CO2 is the gas that feeds us. We're made from it.
Newsweek tried score a cheap point about CO2 but the facts brushed them back.
NYC plans to effectively bans skyscrapers and hot dogs and triple the price of energy. What if Wall Street shrugs?
For starters the Mayor’s plan would effectively ban skyscrapers and 50% of the city's beef.
This Earth Day, CFACT is releasing a new video series titled “Conservation Nation” with Gabriella Hoffman.
The Islanders’ playoff success, combined with the New York’s energy policies could result in two things coming true: The team could win the Stanley Cup hockey championship – and be forced out of New York State.
Dr. Peter Ridd's resounding legal victory is brilliant indeed. He stands completely vindicated. James Cook University slouches in shame.
Marc Morano reports at CFACT's Climate Depot that "Google, with the help of Greenpeace, is revising Greenpeace's history to erase Dr. Patrick Moore from his role in co-founding the environmental group. But Greenpeace's own website has previously featured Moore as one of its 'founders.'"
Because meatless Friday was already taken?
The attack on red meat has gotten a bit crazy.
"The Green New Deal has very little to do with the environment or climate... Global warming is merely the latest environmental scare with the same solutions of wealth redistribution and central planning."
Making ANWR oil available is a big step forward for America and all who wish renewed strength to the land of the free. The caribou and their wild friends will never know the difference, but we will.
If America’s energy dominance and its benefits to our economy are to continue, steps must be taken to enhance our pipeline infrastructure.
The Green dead train, like the Green New Deal, is a ludicrous waste. Good riddance.