The National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) is a nearly 50-year-old federal statute that has come to symbolize Washington’s bureaucratic inertia.
Let’s say that the Green New Dealers somehow manage to get Congress and a President to accept their socialist dreams. Then what? If GND passes, there is going to be a lot of collateral damage. Landscapes will be damaged, there will be massive cuts to the U.S. military, and angry citizens upset about government overreach may choose to riot. How can the Green New Deal “visionaries” not see what is right in front of their faces? WATCH NOW
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.'"
The news media recently promoted a ‘scare of the day’ that global warming is negatively impacting commercial fishermen and reducing global fish production. Objective data obliterate that claim.
Because meatless Friday was already taken?
The authors of the Green New Deal failed to do the math. Especially on energy. WATCH NOW
The attack on red meat has gotten a bit crazy.
Fortunately for all of us who are facilitating the apocalypse by simply living, there is a group called the Climate Investigations Center (CIC) which claims to provide the answers.
Greenpeace co-founder Patrick Moore just unloaded on her.
Last week, the Senate passed massive public lands legislation that contains a lot of good, but a lot of bad too.
The rusty patched bumblebee: Environmentalists’ ticket to the greatest land grab ever.
Read it here.
Giving local communities throughout the rural West a greater voice over how millions of acres of federal lands are used drew the ire of a left-leaning, Washington, D.C.-based pressure group.
The United Nation’s Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) has released some data and analysis that is a stark reality check to the global environmental lobby’s doomsday warnings about livestock as part of that lobby’s war on meat.
The issue is so-called "gaps" in the existing legal system, at least according to the Secretary-General's contentious report. Many delegates, including America's, said they were biased wishes, not gaps. In fact they were seen by many countries as attacks on existing laws and agreements.