The Senate is considering ratifying the Law of the Sea Treaty (LOST) as early as June.
A group of California teenagers is suing the federal government for endangering the survival of their generation by failing to reduce national emissions of carbon dioxide.
Lawmakers in Kansas are considering a strongly worded resolution condemning a controversial United Nations “sustainability” scheme known as Agenda 21, saying the global plan is a “dangerous” attack on private property rights, individual liberty, and national sovereignty. The measure comes amid a growing battle against the global “sustainable development” agenda by state legislatures, local governments and activists all across America.
How many people know of Maurice Strong — and that he is evil? Maurice Strong has the potential to be the most powerful and most evil dictator the world has ever known — right now — today — in our day and age — and yet, most people have never heard of him.
A controversial billboard campaign by the Heartland Institute comes under fire from critics who say it likens climate-change scientists to terrorists.
The U.S. Department of the Interior has issued new costly regulations regarding hydraulic fracturing, a process used in 90 percent of oil and gas drilling operations on public lands in this country.
"So if somebody wants to build a coal-powered plant, they can. It’s just that it will bankrupt them because they are going to be charged a huge sum for all that greenhouse gas that’s being emitted.” — Candidate Barack Obama, San Francisco Chronicle interview, January 17, 2008
Al Armendariz, a regional director of the Environmental Protection Agency, was forced to quit his job when some of his intemperate remarks got publicized. It would be great if the same thing happened to a few thousand of his fellow bureaucrats.
New research proves Greenland's glaciers are flowing more slowly than predicted, but experts still fear threats to coastal communities from sea level rise. Are their fears unfounded?
Vast stores of natural gas trapped in methane hydrates offer a low-cost alternative energy source that could jump-start the U.S. economy now that research by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has proven successful in safely and economically extracting it.