Browsing All posts tagged under »Environmental Activism«

Alaska’s Pebble Mine No Threat To Salmon

July 28, 2020 by

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By Bonner Cohen, Ph.D. ~ The nearly two-decades-old controversy surrounding a proposed gold and copper mine in Southwest Alaska entered a new phase July 24, when the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps), reversing an Obama-era finding, and concluded that the project “would not be expected to have a measurable effect on fish numbers” in […]

Climate Change Protesters’ Traffic Tie-Ups Are No Way To Win Friends Or Influence People

December 29, 2019 by

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By Peter Parisi ~ The environmental zealots who regularly take to the streets of the nation’s capital for climate change protests clearly have never read Dale Carnegie’s classic self-help bestseller “How to Win Friends and Influence People.” That’s evident from the demonstrations the global warming alarmists stage at downtown D.C. intersections during morning rush hours, […]

WIRED Glorifies Environmental Crimes As ‘Climate Activism’

November 15, 2018 by

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By Julia A Seymour ~ The left loves political theater and judicial activism. So does WIRED magazine, apparently, given its promotion of “pipeline vandals” and other crimes committed in order to try to persuade a jury about climate change. WIRED published “Pipeline Vandals are Reinventing Climate Activism” on Nov. 9, a glowing 4,483-word feature story promoting […]

Green “ANTIFA” Threatens “Sabotage” Of U.S. Energy Infrastructure

December 16, 2017 by

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By Bonner Cohen, Ph.D. ~ Portending a potentially dangerous escalation of opposition by environmental extremists to fossil-fuel energy development, a radical group is boasting on the Internet that it will go beyond “legal means” to halt construction of two natural-gas pipelines. A group calling itself “Its Going Down” (IGD) (it should be “It’s Going Down,” […]

Keystone Is Anti-Hydrocarbon Zealotry In Microcosm

December 11, 2017 by

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Radical environmentalists prefer dangerous, inhumane, ecologically destructive alternatives By Paul Driessen ~ The Nebraska Public Service Commission (NPSC) recently voted to approve the state’s segment of the 1,200-mile Keystone XL Pipeline. While that would appear to allow construction to move forward, more obstacles loom before KXL can finally bring North Dakota and Canadian crude oil to Texas refineries. […]

UN Agency To Congress: Drop Dead

December 4, 2017 by

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IARC takes US money, manipulates studies, colludes with activists – and snubs Congress By Paul Driessen ~ The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) in France has received over $48 million from America’s National Institutes of Health (NIH) to determine whether various chemicals cause cancer in humans. Of more than 900 chemicals it has […]

The Chemicals Anxiety Machine

October 23, 2016 by

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Candidates, Civil Rights Commission and greens use phony health threats to scare voters By Paul Driessen ~ Rank politics and baseless health scares are driving anxiety, North Carolina election campaigns, civil rights claims and plans for class action lawsuits, all of which could bring electricity rate hikes that will cause real job, health and civil […]

Holding Big Green Accountable: Electrify Africa Initiatives Should Finally Trump Environmentalist Opposition To Big Power Plants

August 11, 2014 by

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Poor countries should hold Big Green groups and directors liable for deaths, ravage they cause By Paul Driessen ~ Few Americans can imagine life without reliable, affordable electricity – for lights, refrigerators, air conditioning, computers, and countless other technologies that enhance and safeguard our lives. But in Africa, India, and other regions some 2.5 billion […]

Obama’s “Reptile Dysfunction” Energy Policy

April 10, 2012 by

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By Cliff Kincaid ~ As part of a recent swing through several states, President Obama “flew to southeastern New Mexico to examine federal lands where 70 rigs are pumping oil,” The New York Times noted, as if this was proof of the President’s commitment to energy independence and security. A photograph during the brief stopover […]

Radical Environmentalists’ Continuing Campaign Against Economic Freedom

July 30, 2011 by

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By Jim Roberts Recently, radical environmentalists have waged a campaign to stifle free enterprise and economic freedom. Here are some of their recent skirmishes, ranging from crop destruction in Australia to attacks on toy companies like Lego and Disney: Photos of Greenpeace activists destroying an experimental crop of genetically modified (GM) wheat earlier this month […]

The Warmists’ Abuse Tells Me They’re Losing

February 16, 2011 by

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By Andrew Bolt One of the Guardian’s five “environment bloggers” – five! – notes a new sign of desperation in the warmist movement: According to environmental activists planning a day of protests across the US tomorrow, “climate crank” is set to be the latest name added to the growing list – self-appointed, or otherwise – […]

Nazi Dreams Were Green Dreams

September 7, 2010 by

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By Alan Caruba In a week when Jews will celebrate Rosh Hashanah, the New Year–5771, the connection between the Nazi’s rebellion against the Judeo-Christian worldview and the present-day ideology that drives the environmental movement needs to be exposed. Anti-Semitism is on the rise in Europe and elsewhere around the world, driven in part by the […]

End Environmental Experiments On Africans!

August 26, 2010 by

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By Fiona Kobusingye I wish I had a shilling for every time someone told me spraying homes with DDT to prevent malaria is like using Africans in evil experiments. I would be a rich woman. That claim is a blatant falsehood. Even worse, it hides the many ways poor Africans really are being used in […]

Nuclear Electrical Power Generation – Why The Fuss? (Part 1)

July 27, 2009 by

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INTRODUCTION What I want to do with this series of posts is to detail aspects of the electrical power generating process that use nuclear energy to generate electricity, and why this nuclear power has been pushed into the background in the mad rush to close down coal fired power plants and replace them with generating […]

Huge New Dam Project Moves At Snails Pace, Literally

July 23, 2009 by

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Read this story from Queensland in Australia, and promise me you won’t burst out laughing. Sometimes, I just feel so proud that I’m a menber of the human race. I mean, we have compassion. We look out for others who are not as fortunate as we are. We provide the voice for those who have […]

Renewable Energy’s Environmental Problem

April 17, 2009 by

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From Alex Adrianson at the InsiderOnline Blog. Tonyfrom Oz prefaces ….. It would seem that even those new green initiatives are hampered by existing green policy. The environmentalist movement to stamp out the use of fossil fuels may find itself lined up against other environmentalists, reports the Washington Post. That’s because the infrastructure needed for […]

Is Green Really Red?

January 17, 2009 by

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RED, GREEN AND BROWNER William R. Hawkins TonyfromOz prefaces ….. This may look like it’s pretty dry reading, but what is being said here is really important. Take the time to read and digest just what is being said, and then add two and two together. Conservative pundits and talk radio hosts have had a […]