In Episode 111 of District of Conservation, Gabriella spoke to Congressman Bruce Westerman (R-AR) about how to manage wildfires and his love of duck hunting.
The listing of the owl under the Endangered Species Act (ESA) devastated timber-dependent communities and, as it turns out, inflicted enormous ecological harm on the region’s forests.
In Episode 105 of District of Conservation, Gabriella Hoffman spoke to Michael Shellenberger—bestselling author and founder & president of Environmental Progress. Shellenberger came on to discuss his book, Apocalypse Never, his work with Environmental Progress, why he changed his mind on renewable energy, why he advocates for nuclear energy, the truth about wildfires out West and what the future of environmentalism looks like. Listen below WATCH Subscribe to the podcast. Environmental Progress Website. Follow Mike on Twitter. Buy Apocalypse Now Get tickets for Climate Hustle 2. Credit: Zoom/Michael Shellenberger
WRONG, GOVERNOR! No amount of wind turbines, solar panels, electric vehicles, carbon offsets, and the rest would have meaningfully altered the hot, dry conditions that led to this year's devastating fires.
The vast spread of wildfires in the nation’s three Pacific Coast states—California, Oregon and Washington—are the fault of politicians, bureaucrats and green interest groups.
Researchers reporting in ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces claim to have developed self-powered “paper chips” that have the ability to sense early fires and relay a signal to responders.
The idea of using far-out space technology to fight wildfires was the brainchild of astrophysicist Carl Pennypacker.
The media and alarmist groups tell one story while the data tell quite another. Rather than an increase in the frequency and intensity of forest fires, thanks to more carbon dioxide in the air, there has been as decrease.
This is not about climate, its about using climate hysteria, weaponizing any event, for another agenda. You are free to guess what that is.
Science writer and blogger Jo Nova has done something's truly remarkable. She has done a running in-depth analysis of both the fires and the absurd climate claims made by the alarmists.
Fire, while devastating, is occurring at historically normal rates. That won't stop team warming from cashing in on other people's misery. Does it ever?
Poor forest management is a government problem.
Policies imposed by politicians to address purported man-made global warming are worse than fruitless; they are increasingly counter-productive and harmful to ordinary citizens.
As California continues to throw good money after bad and baste in the fires of its own Gehenna, the White House has threatened to cut off emergency aid (FEMA) to residents displaced by the recent forest fires.
California wildfires are not climate change.