Sixty trillion dollars? Global warming fright peddlers continue claiming the Arctic ice cap is melting so rapidly we are headed toward an eco-apocalypse. And now they’ve attached a very scary price tag to it.
The U.S. Department of Energy's National Energy Technology Laboratory finds that chemicals used in oil and natural gas drilling known as hydraulic fracturing or "fracing" pose no threat to groundwater or drinking water supplies, despite popular claims.
The group funding the ad buys in Tennessee for Senator Lamar Alexander's energy project has significant ties to the gay and abortion lobby.
Is the only “green” aspect of electric cars the money some companies make off them?
Progressives can't understand how grassroots organizations are defeating Agenda 21 and other environmentalist plans, so they feel there must be a vast conspiracy funded by Big Oil and the Koch brothers.
According to a recent study, life on Earth will suffer a carbon-dioxide-related extinction. But contrary to popular-culture belief, the problem is not that man is spewing too much of the gas into the atmosphere. It's that we will have too little of it.
If the Supreme Court reverses a lower court's ruling against the EPA, the costs of going green will become obvious to every living soul who turns on a light.
In the face of growing opposition, proponents of Sustainable Development are attempting to deny their links to Agenda 21. But there are documents that prove direct links.
President Obama blasts global warming skeptics as “flat-earth society,” at Georgetown University speech outlining his climate change and energy agenda.
The Rockefeller Foundation, mega-banks, and even taxpayers via the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) have provided millions of dollars toward pushing a new type of “socially responsible” corporate structure known as the “benefit corporation.”