Paul Driessen writes a regular column for Townhall, and is an ally of those who propose sensible policy on energy and environment issues. He and I agree with few quibbles.
He is a spokesperson and writer for Committee for a Constructive Tomorrow (CFACT) that pushes back on fanatic enviros with a particular emphasis on the negative impact of environmentalist nonsense on the welfare of 3rd World people.
Duke Energy has been installing windmill farms in numerous areas, including Wyoming. It seems that when birds hit the twirling blades, the results are pretty one sided.
Quoting from a Duke press release: “Duke Energy Renewables, a commercial business unit of Duke Energy, today announced it has reached a settlement agreement with the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) regarding the deaths of golden eagles and other migratory birds at two of Duke Energy’s wind generation sites in Wyoming.”
Here is a really revealing bit of news about American emissions.
The Carbon imprint created by the US, if you think it’s important, has been declining in the face of world wide increases.
James Taylor at the Heartland is a big boy on these things.
This essay at PJ Media covers the story of the UN climate great grandchild of Kyoto meeting in Wasaw.
You can’t make this up.
We’re supposed to consider these people experts saving hundreds of thousands from air pollution death.
This link below is to Leighton Steward’s recent essay in the DC insider mag The Hill, and it is another engineer’s optimistic essay on why the Supremes should stop the scientific fraud on Carbon Dioxide. Steward also refernces a fine essay by Craig Idso on the positive benefits of carbon dioxide. Continue reading
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When all of the costs are included, wind energy costs were found to be nearly double government estimates while raising energy costs for consumers. Yet U.S. taxpayers are subsidizing wind energy at a cost of $12 billion a year. Continue reading
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