The same wind turbines that are causing reports of severe health harms to people around the world appear to be having a similar or more severe impact on dogs and other animals
Objective facts show – just as CFACT has shown for previous fake wine scares in Greece and California – that Italian wine is doing quite well.
Climate computer models say we'll run out of food. Reality begs to differ.
Climate change is causing fish to “swim for their lives” to flee warming water temperatures, according to a November 29 article in the New York Times. Science tells us otherwise.
At COP25, the United Nations pushes political propaganda rather than objective science. To the limited extent science is presented, it is one-sided and resting on flimsy evidence.
Wine must be getting more popular, as climate alarmists are increasingly claiming global warming is harming wine production.
Wind turbines are explicitly permitted to kill without penalty bald eagles and other iconic, protected American birds in staggering numbers.
As COP 25 gets going in Madrid, global warming alarmists are continuing their world tour of wine alarmism, now claiming climate change is decimating Napa Valley wine.
In Madrid for the UN Conference of the Parties on climate change (COP25), the UN booted the people from the royal palace.
The objective data show wine production in Italy, the rest of Europe, and the rest of the world are all doing quite fine.
The catalyst for Chile's riots was a rise in Santiago Metro prices made necessary by carbon dioxide taxes and a conversion of the Metro from conventional power to renewable energy.
Given the deadly impact of wind turbines, wind power apologists would be wise to never mention the topic of energy and wildlife deaths.
The NYT ran an article claiming that global warming will be more expensive than we think. Not so fast, Naomi.
If global warming is responsible for declining coffee production, why are we enjoying record global coffee crops?
Cold weather that reduced the apple harvest was the result of global warming? Really? Meanwhile Europe is rolling in apples...