Everyone knows that oil and water don’t mix. But did you know the same can be said about barbed wire and sage grouse?
Are certain pesticides, known as neonics, killing off bees? Well that’s the assertion of some anti-pesticide activist groups who link them to what is known as Colony Collapse Disorder, but the evidence does not back them up.
In Greek mythology, Icarus was told to avoid the sun as it would melt his wings and send him crashing to the earth. Today, however, there are engineers who are looking to the sun in a more positive light, and have actually created a solar powered aircraft to fly across America.
Rhinoceros are magnificent creatures, but are the current hunting bans protecting them? The answer is no according to policy expert Dr. Kelvin Kemm of South Africa.
Tornadoes, like those which hit Texas and Oklahoma recently, are devastating when they strike. But are they increasing in frequency due to global warming?
You’ve heard alarmist claims about the world running out of oil, but how about fertilizer? Strange as it may sound, an article in the journal Nature recently made the claim that there is an impending shortage of two important fertilizers . . .
The collapse of Solyndra solar a while ago focused much attention on the cost of so-called renewable energy. But according to James Rust of the Heartland Institute, subsidies for solar are just the tip of the expensive renewables iceberg . . .
President Obama believes we need to tax carbon dioxide emissions to stop catastrophic global warming. Paul Driessen, senior policy advisor for CFACT, disagrees.
Everyone knows global warming has spawned severe hurricanes, tornadoes and other extreme weather events that are killing a lot more people, right? Well activists have made this claim, but the truth is mortality from extreme weather events has declined significantly over the past century.
Producing electricity from the burning of wood, or biomass, has long been viewed as an environmentally friendly way of generating power. But now this once favored source of green energy is losing its luster . . .
Did the EPA properly follow federal regulations when it determined that greenhouse gases like CO2 are causing harm to the public? Not according to a very significant report of the Office of Inspector General . . .
When Congress delisted the Grey Wolf from the Endangered Species Act in 2011, a number of Green organizations howled in protest. Now it appears their concerns were unfounded. . . .
California has a reputation for being environmentally conscious. It also has a reputation for being permissive with the use of marijuana. It appears, however, that these two features have not been very compatible . . .
Are the new EPA regulations requiring a reduction in the amount of sulfur in gasoline worth the economic cost? Nicolas Loris from the Heritage Foundation says ‘no,’ and here explains why. . . .
To bolster their charge the earth is heating up, global warming advocates point to computer models they say validate their alarmist claims. But are these models accurate?