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?
The American burying beetle, one of nature’s most unique creatures, appears to be more plentiful, thanks in part to the efforts of a wide array of partners.
One million extinctions over the next several decades were predicted by a recent UN report. This video exposes the abuse and misuse of the scientific process. WATCH NOW.
The UN's recent extinction report contains no physical evidence whatever.
You didn’t really create another new crisis. Capitalism didn’t either.
Marc Morano and Dr. Patrick Moore did a fantastic job speaking facts to Green power in Congress.
By hijacking the traditional school curriculum and transforming it into an instrument of indoctrination, progressive educators can mold minds to their hearts’ content.
WATCH LIVE Wednesday May 22 at 10:00 AM. Greenpeace co-founder Patrick Moore & Marc Morano who runs CFACT's Climate Depot set to battle top 3 UN officials at Hearing on UN species report.
Eco-radicals have never been right, and never will be, because their message is based on political agendas rather than sound science.
Poor forest management leads to forests and lives destroyed. “In this present crisis, government is not the solution to our problem; government is the problem." -- Ronald Reagan
The problem affects many regions of the United States and the world; especially places like Florida, New York, and New Jersey.
If UN predictions on global population growth play out, there will be approximately 8.6 billion people by 2030; 9.8 billion by 2050; and more than 11 billion by the turn of the century in 2100. Then again, maybe not.
The Asian Carp was brought to the U.S. in the 60’s and 70’s to control weeds and parasites and improve water quality. But the fish has turned out to be more of a foe than friend to fishermen from the Great Lakes to the central and southern U.S. states.
His crime? Building a firebreak ditch and some ponds on his Montana property.