The Environmental Protection Agency and its enviro allies claim that children are more vulnerable to air pollution than adults. Real data, now revealed for the first time, debunks this notion.
EPA chief Lisa Jackson will say anything — even under oath.
Not only is Sen. Frank Lautenberg exploiting another asthmatic relative in opposing the TRAIN Act to rein in the EPA, but he likens ambient air to secondhand smoke.
Who knew that cell cultures could get Down syndrome?
A new report says global CO2 emissions have dramatically increased since 1990.
If Latinos are going to sweat exposure to mercury, should they worry about air pollution or face cream from Mexico?
A Department of Education spokesman said the program would recognize schools for “engaging students on environmental issues and producing environmentally literate students; increasing energy efficiency and using renewable energy technologies; and creating healthy learning environments by addressing environmental issues in . . .
Two syringes washed up on a New Jersey beach this summer — so we need a new federal law to test all beaches for “toxic contaminants”?
By Steve Milloy September 21, 2011, Washington Times Thursday is a D-Day of sorts for House Democrats. That day they will get to choose between jobs or job-killing Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulations.
“It has become fashionable for opponents to disagree on even simple facts, but there shouldn’t be room for debate on the deadline for a new air pollution rule,” writes Mitchell Schnurman of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
A new British Medical Journal study claims air pollution accelerates imminent heart attacks… or rather, it makes that assumption.
Nobel prize winner Hermann Muller knowingly lied when he claimed in 1946 that there is no safe level of radiation exposure, a new study asserts.
While climate alarmists are full of it now, the atmosphere has another 20 years, they say.
During his climate speech at the United Nations today, Bill Clinton said,
Apparently tone-deaf to the $535 million Solyndra debacle, House Democrats are looking to defend Department of Energy loan programs at the peril of a government shutdown.
Kansas sued the EPA yesterday to block the agency’s Cross-State Air Pollution Rule (CSAPR).
… and even if true, the problem is what?
First Solar claims its solar energy technology will be competitive with fossil fuels without government subsidies by 2016, reports Bloomberg. We suppose “competitive” ought to be circumscribed with the qualifier “at least for a few hours on sunny days.”
Enviros dressed by as evangelicals are running radio ads accusing prominent pro-life House Republicans of abandoning their principles in attempting to rein in the EPA on mercury. Take our poll!
“She was very upset,” one administration official told the New York Post of Lisa Jackson’s reaction to Obama’s backing away from EPA’s imminent tightening of the ozone standard. “She didn’t know what she was going to do.” Boo-hoo-hoo….
Is Michelle Bachmann risking the lives of 22,750 Americans and the health of 118,111 asthmatic kids in Florida in return for $131,730 in contributions from “polluters”?
That’s what NCAR’s Gerald Meehl says.
We’d like to explain why this study is nonsense, but of course that’s difficult to do with science-by-press-release-and abstract.
Is Solyndra more like Netscape… or Pets.com?
“Former Vice President Al Gore 24 hour climate ‘reality’ show is surprisingly facing strongly negative reviews from Gore’s fellow global warming activists and environmental allies. Get the full run-down at ClimateDepot.com.
You don’t often see a state essentially accuse the federal government of lying to Congress.
Here’s another egregious missed reference-check by a major “science” journal.
China has crimped the supply of rare earth metals causing CFL light bulbs to rise in price by 37% this year.
Even if it were true that French fries made kids fat, obesity is a more dignified existence than being nannied into a Michelle Obama-approved diet and a government-approved BMI. Click for the AP story.
The EPA has taken the unusual (unprecedented?) step of seeking in a Federal Register notice public comment on a petition from Save the Frogs to ban the herbicide atrazine.
A new EPA study picks up JunkScience.com’s “Show us the bodies” gauntlet. Who wins the clash? You decide.
Al Gore has conveniently forgotten that his family used to be in the tobacco industry.
The Obama administration has spent more than $5 million for each “green” job created under the 2009 stimulus fiasco.
Do we really need more regulations? Obama regulatory czar Cass Sunstein says a regulatory moratorium would cripple the Executive branch.
Is it too early or too trite for ‘Solargate’? Read the Washington Post report.
The attack on Rick Perry for his 2007 executive order mandating the HPV vaccine for sixth grade Texas girls is wrongheaded.
Gov. Rick Perry issued the following statement regarding Luminant’s announcement that 500 jobs will be lost due to the Environmental Protection Agency’s Cross State Air Pollution Rule (CSAPR):
EPA’s recently promulgated Cross-State Air Pollution Rule will kill 500 jobs in Texas and the affected power company has sued, reports the Longview News-Journal.