The Environmental Spectator

The Environmental Spectator

Nipping Jobs in the Bud

By 12.15.11

Environmental activists work overtime to prevent economic recovery.

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Let the People of Fukushima Go Home and Get Back to Work

By 12.6.11

The science does not support the panic.

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Gloomy Days in Durban

By 12.5.11

Climate change comes to $100 billion and counting -- nice government work if you can get it.

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EPA Jackboots?

By 11.10.11

Lisa Jackson may not know that property rights under common law offered greater protection from polluters than do diktats from Washington bureaucrats.

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Farmers 1, Smelt 0 — For Now

By 11.7.11

Enviros favor the lives of two-inch fish over the livelihood of farmers. A federal judge has finally told them: Enough!

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Man vs. Beetle

By 11.1.11

The Puritan tiger beetle has better lawyers than homeowners at Maryland's Chesapeake Bay Estates.

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The Sky Isn’t Falling

By 10.12.11

Ms. Henny-Penny undergoes a rude awakening.

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Warmists Think We’re Stupid

By 10.4.11

But they're not so hot themselves, as a Reason Foundation study delicately points out.

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Clean Air’s Dirty Residue

By 10.3.11

The EPA is a case study in just how broken our system is.

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Mann Acts

By 9.14.11

Dr. Michael Mann seeks the help of other Climategate players to prevent access to his University of Virginia emails. 

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