Poor forest management is a government problem.
With a name sounding like it originated from Star Trek’s fleet command, a boat called the Interceptor launched today in Europe. It’s mission: To boldly go and cleanup our planet from heaps of junk plastic clogging up its rivers.
Our would-be Green overlords want to ban things we use every day.
Given the deadly impact of wind turbines, wind power apologists would be wise to never mention the topic of energy and wildlife deaths.
Government runs at pre-industrial speeds. Why not try fast, smooth, pleasant and accurate?
The moral crusade to inconvenience and curb our consumer choices and lifestyles, is about power and control.
The Roadless Rule banned all logging, commercial development, and road construction in Tongass, the largest national forest in the United States.
Move over ANTIFA, the latest group of radical nihilists disrupting our daily lives in the hopes of plunging us all back into the Dark Ages is Extinction Rebellion.
When it comes to ocean pollution, the “white whale” of clean up efforts has been finding a large-scale apparatus that can clean up plastic and trash efficiently.
Many of the politicians demanding environmental change run cities that are environmental nightmares.
Vertical farms are giant urban buildings where crops are stacked in trays on top of each other, in order to better get fresh produce into major metropolitan cities.
The Obama administration’s WOTUS rule was that it broadened the scope of federal control so much that even ditches that happened to fill with water could fall under the government’s “navigable waters” scope of authority.
The life cycle of a wind turbine is 20 to 25 years or less and they are not recyclable.
Solar panel subsidy programs ignore the costs of disposal of solar panel waste.
Penguins don't mind people. That's a relief.