Can individual freedom survive the culture wars?
Our energy future is at stake.
Blade waste, rare earths, other factors prove wind is no more green than solar
They also heat the planet, blanket wildlife habitats and cause other ecological damage.
Invasive species, impact water supplies, impair hunting and fishing opportunities, interfere with energy production, exacerbate wildfires, damage America’s agriculture, and drive native species to extinction.
It turns out that “smart growth,” by concentrating construction in the center of metropolises, leads to health problems for the poorest in our cities.
Is solar power truly Green?
Exactly five years after suffering the impacts from a devastating spill of heavy-metal-laden toxic wastewater from Colorado’s Gold King Mine, the State of Utah announced a settlement of its claims against the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and several EPA contractors (who were not held liable) for its alleged negligence in allowing the spill.
NELA aims to reestablish U.S. leadership in nuclear energy by focusing the Department of Energy on demonstrating advanced reactor concepts, providing fuel for initial advanced nuclear reactors, and developing the nuclear energy workforce
The "skeptical environmentalist" reveals facts about climate alarm and proposes a middle way.
Inefficient, expensive, and not even clean.
The Tijuana River project, which involves actions by the city of San Diego, the International Boundary and Water Commission, and Mexico’s National Water Commission, is expected to reduce sewage spill frequency from the current 138 days per year to 12 days per year, a reduction of 91 percent.
New research raises interesting possibilities.
Rex J. Fleming’s False Alarm: The Rise and Fall of the Carbon Dioxide Theory of Climate Change.
On June 10, groups named Shut Down STEM and Particles for Justice led nearly 6,000 scientists – and even journals like Nature -- in a stop work day to protest “systemic racism in STEM” (science, technology, and math) professions.