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Category Archives: Eco-imperialism
Here comes Paul Driessen with some things to think about on the Gulf and biofuels, which are stupid/inefficient/and decrease food production.
You may recall that recently it was revealed that cheating on the impact study was part of the game EPA played, and the “researcher” is not available and some of his paperwork and research is not longer accessible.
I got this note and essay to be published by Paul Driessen of CFACT soon. Paul was at Las Vegas.
Marita tells the story of another one of the lefty land grabs called a monument.
Oh, sure they pretend to care, sure they care about people who have little but are breaking out of the bind of poverty and deprivation.
This is an easy one.
Carbon as a product of burning fossil fuels is a positive.
Greenie antagonism is insane. Thanks Driessen and Bezdek
When the California Drought subject came up, I thought about the Missouri River floods of the Spring 2011, that were manufactured by the Corps of Engineers.
A thorough discussion of the CA insanity and the current drought.
The tyranny of the administrative state is poised to impose.
In an unbelievable bit of hysteria about lead pollution, the EPA has just blocked pretty much all installations/repairs of fire hydrants? Why? Because they have a small amount of lead in their composition. —>
Dunno about you, but “climate-smart” agriculture sounds like something the Soviets would have dreamt up. Continue reading
Via Offical Wire: Continue reading
“McKibben said that it would be an important step in breaking the ice if a county announced that it would not extract oil, gas or coal despite it being available.” Continue reading
Instead of advocating/fundraising for the electrification and development of Haiti, Jim Hansen sees poverty- and earthquake-stricken Haiti as a way to advance his twisted global warming agenda. Continue reading
How is business meant to plan investments, when the Gillard Government changes its mind so abruptly on taxes and mad multi-billion schemes? Dennis Shanahan:
The decision to end the negotiations to buy and close down Australia’s “dirtiest” brown-coal power plants is not just a shift in policy that might ultimately save the budget billions; it is another shift in the goalposts that sends the wrong signals to industry and investors. Continue reading
Environmentalists in this greenest of places call the California Environmental Quality Act the state’s most powerful environmental protection, a model for the nation credited with preserving lush wetlands and keeping condominiums off the slopes of the Sierra Nevada.
But the landmark law passed in 1970 has also been increasingly abused, opening the door to lawsuits — sometimes brought by business competitors or for reasons unrelated to the environment — that, regardless of their merit, can delay even green development projects for years or sometimes kill them completely. Continue reading
In a repeat of the Bonn conference, rich and poor countries square off as the search for an international agreement on climate change continues. Continue reading
Says the country perhaps most dependent on oil revenue. Continue reading