When we forget that the success of our liberty was based on the rights of the individual, we forfeit our property and freedom to choose, our form of government becomes more collective, and agendas of a few will operate in parallel with it until the individual does not exist.
The controversial Deerfield Wind project that took over 10 years and $7.5 million to complete is now generating power, but regional data shows that renewables are not producing as much energy in these cold winter months as some might have hoped.
New England and Mid-Atlantic states are weathering the current cold snap by turning to fuel sources officials have spent years trying to phase out — coal and oil-fired power plants.
They’re bright, they’re saving municipalities money and they’re popular for communities looking to jump on the energy efficiency bandwagon. But one professor says LED street lights can be harmful to people and animals.
The growth of biofuels as a result of the mandate is minuscule compared to the country’s overall demand for fuel. Yet ethanol consumes a large share of the corn crop and an increasing amount of the soybean crop. The ethanol quota diverts valuable cropland away from other agricultural uses and increases feed prices for cattle and poultry farmers.
Carina Bachofen, a graduate of Burr and Burton Academy, now boasts a fulfilling career with the Red Cross Red Crescent Climate Centre, where she specializes in the human implications of climate change.
As the final version of the Municipal Roads Storm Water General Permit nears completion, relevant parties continue to disagree on the viability of fixing dirt roads to mitigate phosphorus pollution.
Unvalidated climate models that don’t correspond with physical data and the requirements of the scientific method contribute to unfounded climate alarmism, a retired NASA physicist said at the Heartland Institute’s recent America First Energy Conference.
The bottom line is that the carbon tax is a pocketbook issue for all consumers. Businesses will not absorb the higher costs that they face due to the carbon tax. That tax increase will be passed directly back to consumers in the form of higher prices.