by | Mar 8, 2020

“Johnny Appleseed” was a legend by the time he died around 1845. The pioneer nurseryman introduced apple trees across a vast swath of the Midwest and is revered as one of the earliest leaders of the fledgling conservation movement. Planting…

by | Feb 12, 2020

Many on the left love to talk about the social cost of carbon dioxide emissions, but what about the social benefits? A new study by climate, economics, and statistical experts raises serious questions about the most popular social cost of carbon models and finds that…

by | Oct 3, 2019

“We immerse ourselves in the lifestyle of our host country. They corrupt it … “We sip Val di Suga. They slurp Aperol Spritz … “We contemplate Berthe Morisot at the Musée d’Orsay. They giggle while they pretend to prick their…

by | Jun 1, 2017

The UN International Panel on Climate Change has warned for 29 years about greenhouse gases warming the planet beyond its ability to sustain life. They say the most harmful gas is methane, and the largest source of methane emissions is…

by | Sep 8, 2016

University of Michigan’s Energy Institute research professor John DeCicco believes that rising carbon dioxide emissions are causing global warming and, therefore, humans must find a way to reduce its levels in the atmosphere — but ethanol is the wrong solution….

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