Much more predictably than the weather, climate change alarmists are using the calamity of Hurricane Harvey to further their agenda by blaming the size and intensity of the storm on anthropogenic (man-made) global warming.
Energy Transfer Partners (ETP), the company behind construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline, is hoping a billion-dollar settlement will quench the greenies' enthusiasms, especially those of Greenpeace, for vandalism and financial disruptions in the future.
Following the collision of the USS John S. McCain with another ship, some cyber security experts suspect there was cyber interference with the ship’s navigation system.
Betting that their predictions on supposed “climate change”-related wildfires over the coming years are wrong, a scientist and leading expert in the field is offering top officials at the Environmental Protection Agency a simple wager.
America's free market in energy is permanently eclipsing the OPEC cartel — this time through fracking old wells.
While promising to save both the environment and humanity, the push for electric cars does neither. Not only does the electric car market survive by manipulation of the free market, it is built on the backs of child slave laborers.
Al Gore, whose energy-squandering Nashville home earned him an "energy hog" rating, has a hypocritically large carbon footprint. This, along with the public's fear fatigue over global warming fright-peddling, may account for An Inconvenient Sequel bombing at the box office.
Climate realists, hold the champagne! The Trump administration notified the United Nations that the U.S. government eventually intends to withdraw from the controversial global body's “climate change” regime, better known as the UN “Paris Agreement.” But there is much more to the story than most of the establishment media has reported, and Americans hoping Trump would crush the UN's brazenly unconstitutional scheming are not out of the woods yet.
Despite an apparent increase in climate hysteria among global-warming theorists outraged by President Donald Trump, global sea levels have actually been declining for the last two years, according to data compiled by NASA and posted on its website. The official data, compiled from satellite observations, shows that levels dropped from a variation of about 87.5 millimeters to under 85 millimeters over the last two years.