Most objective metrics say life has never been better on planet earth, yet hysteria over the future is at fever pitch.
Even had this hurricane projection been correct, how was that storm going to get to Alabama without being much weakened?
Don't nuke hurricanes, seed them.
The Endangered Species Act morphed into a powerful legal instrument that environmentalists adroitly used to shut down any activity – farming, ranching, logging, mining, energy extraction – they didn’t like.
The World Bank’s new chief, former Treasury and State Department official David Malpass, is showing every indication that he’s prepared to rubber-stamp the bank’s lending policies, many of which promise to harm the very people they are supposed to help.
The closer America comes to our next national election, the stronger the pressure will be to block Americans from using social media to bypass the prevailing P.C. left-wing orthodoxy.
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.
The Left insists on taking Trump's jokes literally, which exposes them as joyless ideologues, and makes the President all the more fun.
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.
The Trump administration has announced a new undertaking to vastly expand access to hunting and fishing on federal lands.
The Trump administration has officially ended Obama’s war on coal. CFACT Collegians attend in support.
History was made in March when federal officials gave the green light for construction and operation of copper mines in Arizona and Minnesota. Credit a pair of presidential orders designed to guarantee America's supply of vital resources.