Browsing All posts tagged under »Environmentalism«

Study Shows Penguins And People A Good Mix

September 11, 2019 by

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From the team at CFACT ~ To many, the thought of any intrusion by man into the natural world is bad. But it appears that if you ask a penguin, she may beg to differ. According to researchers from the University of Houston, the increase in human traffic to the Antarctic has not perturbed the […]

How To Solve Algal Blooms? Tech And Property Rights

May 18, 2019 by

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By Adam Houser ~ We’ve all been there – you and your friends or family are enjoying a beautiful day on the lake, fishing, boating, or swimming. Then a smell that seems like it could only come from the world’s largest porta potty comes wafting in. No, it’s not from your buddy Jim, despite the […]

Perverse, Conflicted Ethical Systems

May 10, 2018 by

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Radical environmentalists put people last, and destroy habitats and wildlife to end fossil fuels By Paul Driessen ~ Third Reich Forest Minister Hermann Goering was an avid hiker and ecologist who once sent a man to a concentration camp for cutting up a frog for fish bait. In 1933 he and other Nazi Party leaders […]

Review: Radical By Nature

March 26, 2016 by

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By Edward Cline ~ At the outset, I will admit that this review of Thomas McCaffrey’s seminal book on the history of and devastation wrought by environmentalism from its earliest days to the present, Radical by Nature: The Green Assault on Liberty, Property, and Prosperity, cannot begin to do it justice. As I underscored the […]

The Sea Otters And The Case For Conservative Optimism

August 10, 2015 by

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By Daniel Hannan ~ I was in Alaska last week with several hundred clever and patriotic National Review readers. It’s a wonderful place, Alaska. We saw whales and bears and bald eagles and sea otters; and I couldn’t help noticing that, despite the mandatory pessimism of the environmental movement, all these species are becoming more […]

The Environmental Apocalypse

August 9, 2013 by

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By Daniel Greenfield ~ Early in the morning, while most are still sleeping, groups of elderly Chinese women spread out across city streets. They tear open trash bags, pick through the litter and sort out bottles and cans that come with a deposit. And then they bring them to the local supermarket to a machine […]

Earth Day: People Are Our Most Precious Resource

April 23, 2013 by

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By Katie Tubb ~ Google is celebrating Earth Day with a doodle of sunny skies, mountain peaks, hills, and blue waters. Sure, it’s appropriate to celebrate this wonderful planet we call home. But Google—along with too many others—forgot the most important part of Earth Day: people. The best, most interested, and invested stewards of the […]