What has benefited nature more, ecology and environmentalism or economics and the free market? Believe it or not, Matt Ridley from PERC, says economics.
By purchasing solar panels for their homes, a growing number of folks are opting for what they think is the Green-friendly option. But according to the Associated Press, there is a dirty side to solar...
Is there a scientific consensus about global warming? Well many environmental leaders have claimed for years that a consensus does support belief in catastrophic, human-induced climate change. But in fact, there may be a consensus after all, albeit in a radically opposite direction...
In 2009, President Obama’s Energy Department awarded a $150 million grant to a company in Michigan to manufacture batteries for vehicles like the Chevy Volt...
Proponents of a proposed carbon tax claim it would be revenue neutral, but Ph.D. economist David Kreutzer of the Heritage Foundation disagrees...
Ready for the world’s first Green trade war? Well that may soon be coming, as China is now considering new tariffs on U.S. chemicals used to make solar panels.
In news that could please oil companies and Green activists alike, the U.S. Department of Energy released a report claiming that using carbon dioxide to enhance oil recovery could be beneficial for the economy and the environment.
OK. So you want to do something good to help save the earth. How about sleeping with your dog? Crazy as it sounds, the Australian government actually suggested this on its Living Greener website, saying that snuggling up with your pet instead of turning up the thermostat is a good way to save energy.
With high gasoline prices and rising concerns about dependence on foreign oil, would it surprise you to know that American may have more oil than the known reserves of Iran, Iraq, Russia, or Venezuela?
A popular restaurant chain has cows encouraging people to "Eat Mor Chikin." Now, one British bigwig is encouraging people to eat no meat at all. According to the Times of London, former World Bank economist Lord Stern says that people will need to become vegetarians to stave off terrible man-made global warming.
Visitors to the National Parks of the American West know and love moose. But they may be surprised to learn moose are not a native species. Shawn Regan, from the Property and Environment Research Center, explains. . .
What can be done to save the King of the Jungle? Well lion populations have declined by 75% over 50 years, and now number only about 30,000. But expert Terry Anderson of the group PERC says protecting lions privately rather than through ineffective endangered species policies is a far better way to go.
Cap-and-trade regulation to limit carbon dioxide emissions was rejected by Congress. But did you know federal agencies have applied it to cars?
After offering a shocking admission several months ago that there has been no discernable global warming for 16 years, the UK Met Office recently followed that up with a revised 5 year prediction about global temperatures showing no increase above current levels.
The real danger is treaties, laws, regulations and taxes imposed in the name of preventing global-warming catastrophes that exist only in computer models, horror movies and environmentalist press releases. These political schemes will exacerbate and perpetuate poverty, disease, unemployment and economic stagnation.