To the chagrin of Greens everywhere, President Trump may well become our nation’s greenest President.
Read remarks by President Trump, EPA Administrator Wheeler and others on America's environmental success story.
Read the White House fact sheet on President Trump's record on environment.
The media doesn’t really seem to care about any eco-issues unrelated to climate change. Funding to fight red tide? Cleaning up EPA Superfund sites? Hunting and fishing issues surrounding real conservation? Yawn.
“Wild horses can’t drag me away” is the refrain of a popular Rolling Stones song from the 1970’s. Today, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is humming a revised version of the classic song, something akin to, “Wild Horses, time to drag ‘em away.”
Will activists finally admit their sins and break out of their pesticide-blaming time loop?
America’s farmers and the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) used to trust each other. The farmers are still there, but USDA has been politicized.
In May, Botswana discontinued its ban on hunting elephants.
The Trump administration has announced a new undertaking to vastly expand access to hunting and fishing on federal lands.
Biden’s copycat Green makeover, like its recent predecessors, is a wish-list of initiatives that are unnecessary, will not impact the trajectory of the earth’s climate, and thus amounts to a colossal waste of money.
Tallying its huge impacts on our energy, industries, living standards and personal freedoms
Gabriella Hoffman interviews Leon Boyd and his volunteers who have been working to make reclaimed coal fields in Virginia suitable habitat for growing numbers of elk.
Manufacturers are looking to biodegradable six-pack rings.
Researchers have discovered a particular plant virus that can deliver pesticide molecules deeper below the ground, targeting places normally beyond their reach. This has the benefit of limiting a pesticide’s impact on the natural world.
Flooding often occurs in drought prone places. So the water that is hurting us is actually very valuable, if we could store it, which is just what dams do. We are flooding ourselves with valuable water. How stupid is that?