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.
You didn’t really create another new crisis. Capitalism didn’t either.
By hijacking the traditional school curriculum and transforming it into an instrument of indoctrination, progressive educators can mold minds to their hearts’ content.
Saturday Night Live could not have crafted a better parody of energy, economic and scientific reality than the Green New Deal.
Environmental agenda clashing with real energy needs for businesses and residential living.
BY CRAIG LIUKKO: We need RATIONAL rules to protect environmental values – and meet essential societal needs.
BY CRAIG LIUKKO: Environmentalism too often serves as pretext to stop lawful, responsible, vital land uses.
If the GND sucked up enough workers the economy would collapse.
By Greg Walcher Ridiculous report claims humans have killed more than half the world’s wildlife in past 48 years.
CFACT unveils a new billboard that lays out more hard facts that expose the foolishness of banning plastic straws.
The author argues that the U.S. should dilute the massive regulatory powers that currently reside in a single EPA Administrator, whose agency in recent years has been responsible for fully 25% of all federal regulations, a number of which were sharply criticized as being based on faulty or insufficient evidence.
CFACT's Bonner Cohen explains Russian covert support for and influence over the environmental movement at Heartland's America First energy conference in New Orleans. WATCH NOW.
Radical environmentalists put people last, and destroy habitats and wildlife to end fossil fuels.
The grim irony of the pursuit of “green” energy is that it may be placing millions of people in poor countries at risk of living much shorter, unhealthier lives due to air pollution.
CFACT Senior Policy Advisor Paul Driessen warns that the impending lawsuits against oil and gas companies -- created by corrupt city governments as a last-gasp hope for escaping bankruptcy -- pose grave danger for the U.S. economy should these cities succeed. Yet, says Driessen, the very premises of these suits suggests they should be thrown out of court.