As predicted in my book Green Hell, they are coming for our cars.
Is it that environmental “crime” is growing? Or is it that the number of laws outlawing subsistence activities are growing?
Please God, smite the EOA now.
Another reason greens stink.
A new book challenges the harmful myths of U.S. environmental policy.
Some states want to tax you on a mileage basis.
“The Obama administration has pushed our livelihood to the brink.”
Enviros claim the land “belongs” to the public.
All about pointless/failed government meddling in the auto industry leading to “self-driving shared cars.”
Will Bill and Melinda install this toilet-to-tap technology in their 66,000 square foot home?
Enviros should just be honest and call it what they really want to: the Misanthropocene epoch.
… here is a good example.
A wet dream for the likes of Paul Ehrlich.
As I wrote in Green Hell, it’s all about control.
Finally, a government catches on to problem of the enviros.
… has a $52+ billion pension fund that…
… who fought ‘BREATH-TAKING HYPOCRISY’ of enviros at World Bank to build dams in poor countries.
Hypocrite Virgin Airways owner Richard Branson raves on his blog:
Cathy Young writes in the Gulf Today:
Deutsche Welle reports:
Wow… here’s his tweet and just a few pot-kettle examples.
The Daily Caller reports:
From Salon’s interview with McKibben:
From a Salon interview with 350.org’s Bill McKibben:
Contrary to popular belief, plastic bags are not laying waste to dolphins.
The Daily Mail reports:
Dunno about you, but “climate-smart” agriculture sounds like something the Soviets would have dreamt up.
We can apparently add one more situation to the growing pile of instances where folks pushing the idea of man-caused global warming are caught trying to hide inconvenient details.
Via Offical Wire:
The Wall Street Journal editorializes:
John DeCicco writes at Yale’s environment 360:
And how will making electricity and air conditioning more expensive and less available help?
We debunk the cancer alley myth.
The Week reports: