Economic lockdowns may have helped initially to slow the coronavirus, but longer-term are ineffective and counterproductive.
The beautiful, rich and powerful co-signed an open letter in Le Monde from their mansions demanding the rest of us pare back.
As the pandemic emergency continues, even as the curve of cases has flattened, the true inner-tyrannical selves of politicians who govern us is showing up more.
Early in the film the questions are asked, “[A]re we desperate to accept any idea that sounds ‘alternative’ or ‘green’?
Both coronavirus and climate policies imposed by governments in the United States and worldwide are attempting massive and destructive changes on societies.
The coronavirus has brought rampant death worldwide combined with now 26 million jobless Americans (and millions more globally). But, we’re being told by many, it’s splendid the environment is bette
Was the United Nation’s World Health Organization (WHO) a tragic comedy of errors and enabler of deceit in the weeks following the coronavirus outbreak in the city of Wuhan, China last December?
Let's have both safety and an open economy... before it's too late.
Politicians in the Commonwealth of Virginia are the latest example of promising “carbon free,” renewable energy and “green jobs” decades from now, while they begin the disassembling of the fossil fuel industry and its related jobs.
COVID-19 models are adjusted down when real data disagrees. Climate modelers should give that a try.
Can we open up more than we've been told?
In the midst of the fight to save lives from the COVID-19 pandemic, the Trump administration announced a regulatory change on another issue that also will save lives.
The Green New Deal from Joe Biden or anyone else is a bad idea at any time. It is a worse idea during a crisis.
The question faced by our elected officials, starting with the President and the nation’s fifty governors, is how much longer can they shut down the economy to fight this insidious virus, and is it prudent to continue?
Life is a beach – until half of them disappear by the turn of the century in 2100, we’ve just been told, thanks to global warming.