As part of CFACT’s international Stewardship in Action program, CFACT funded a freshwater well in Dhorkin Shekta village in India.
As part of CFACT's international Stewardship in Action program, CFACT helped fund a new poultry farm in Uganda to help a local entrepreneur, Namunganga Angel Barbra, and support the local economy.
Wherever the lights are installed, lion attacks on livestock cease, bringing an end to revenge killings on lions from residents as well. This is part of CFACT's international Stewardship in Action program.
What have you heard about fracking? In the coming new episode of Conservation Nation with Gabriella Hoffman, we hear directly from the "roughnecks" about fracking.
CFACT learns about Aguaculture, a company that harvests toxic algae blooms from aquatic invasive species and turns it into useable fertilizer.
In the village of Shekta Siraswadi in India, people would walk long distances to get clean drinking water. In light of this, CFACT partnered with Pastor Ramesh Ghodke to fund the building of a well for clean water in the village itself.
For several years, CFACT has been supporting entrepreneurs in developing countries start businesses that help steward the Earth and give back to their communities.
Double good news! Conservation success... and they eat only fish.
CFACT is working with some great conservationists on a unique solution to this increasing problem.
In Episode 3 of CONSERVATION NATION, host Gabriella Hoffman interviews several conservation stakeholders who are implementing reforms in the name of true conservation.
Ugandan activist Steven Lyazi argues that, while wind and solar and biomass energy do provide some relief for many Africans, they are not true substitutes for round-the-clock reliable energy such as is found in First World countries with electric power grids fueled by coal, oil, natural gas, and nuclear energy -- all of which are in abundant supply in various African nations. Westerners tend to think it is just fine for Africans to live in poverty, especially energy poverty, while they enjoy the benefits of a fossil- and nuclear-fuel economy.
April 22 is Earth Day, the March for Science, and Lenin’s birthday (which many say is appropriate, since environmentalism is now green on the outside and red, anti-free enterprise on the inside). April 29 will feature the People’s Climate March. The Climate March website says these forces of “The Resistance” intend to show President Trump they will fight his hated energy agenda every step of the way. Science March organizers say they won’t tolerate anyone who tries to “skew, ignore, misuse or interfere with science.” After eight years of government policies that killed jobs and economic growth – and skewed, ignored, [...]
By Cyril BoynesI am of a Christian background. However, one of my favorite people was Jewish, and another is Muslim.The Jewish man was business professor and author Julian Simon. He taught that people are the world’s most valuable resource, and the “ultimate resource” is our creative intellect.The Muslim is Bangladeshi banker and economist Muhammad Yunus. He says “poor people are like bonsai trees,” planted in a little pot. “There is nothing wrong with their seeds. It’s just that society never gave them an adequate soil base to grow.”“Once the poor can unleash their energy and creativity,” Dr. Yunus continues, “poverty will [...]
CFACT hosts tour of energy poor village of La Libertad at Cancun climate talks Escaping the climate energy trap
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Wolfgang Mueller Wednesday, December 8, 2010 (+521) 998 225 9854 (Cancun, Mexico) Few things divide rich from poor like access to affordable energy. In this 21st century it has been estimated that 1.4 billion people lack access to electricity while 3 billion people cook with solid fuel. On Wednesday, December 8, CFACT transported COP16 delegates, press and observers to the Mexican village of La Libertad, where people cook, heat and live without electricity. La Libertad presents a compelling picture of the plight of the energy poor. “As COP16 considers the future of the world's energy policy, [...]
By Duggan FlanakinIn the heart of the Yucatan jungle lies the village of Becan, where CFACT recently sent a team to make a documentary film that demonstrates the principles of economic empowerment. CFACT developed these principles five years ago through its international social entrepreneurship program. Aldesus AC, a Mexican nonprofit organization that focuses on assisting the poor in their quest for a better life, was inspired by CFACT’s vision and is now in the early stages of a major effort to help Becan’s residents improve their standard of living. Aldesus founder, Sara Andrade, explained that the Becan project involves a two-way [...]