- The Biden Administration Is Blaming Trump For EPA Siding With Environmentalists Against Agricultural Science
A small fish in central Texas, a freshwater mussel in the Mobile River basin, and another mussel in Alabama’s Coosa and Cahaba Rivers have something strange in common; they appeared on an EPA list of threatened species “likely to be adversely affected” by ...
Article - Hank Campbell - Feb 24 2021 - 2:10pm
- Sustainability Is Just A Fundraising Buzzword Until It Does These 4 Things
Is it more sustainable to have 2 billion people burning wood and dung for energy than to have centralized coal? Any objective look at the science says coal, while not perfect, is better for emissions, public health, and quality of life than individual fire ...
Article - Hank Campbell - Mar 8 2021 - 4:39pm
- Why Hasn't Solar Power Become More Widely Adopted?
With the climate crisis being a consideration at the forefront of energy generation today, it's no surprise that solar power is receiving so much good press. However, despite that, there's very slow adoption of the alternative energy source. In ...
Article - Arthur Fong - Mar 10 2021 - 3:49pm
- EU Says It Will Recycle 70% Of Electric Car Batteries- Here's Why That's Actually Worse For The Environment
Electric cars are popular, thanks to government mandates and subsidies, but they have a problem in the distance; massive amounts of battery waste. The EU, for example, wants to have 30 million electric cars by 2030 and while politicians can ignore the foss ...
Article - Hank Campbell - Apr 5 2021 - 12:15pm
- Conservationists Move Species To Create Natural 'Fixes' To Problems, And Sometimes Create Pandemics
Using their own proprietary consultant as the sole source for their "evaluation", US Fish and Wildlife Service once tried to extort up to $30 million from a private landowner in Louisiana, by stating they needed to created a habitat for an " ...
Article - Hank Campbell - Apr 13 2021 - 12:08pm
- During Drought, Trees May Be Dying Before We Know It
Just like people, trees can die of thirst, especially during a drought, but a recent field study found that a rapid collapse in the hydraulic system of trees is happening more rapidly than previously thought. The heatwave of summer 2018 was exceptional and ...
Article - News Staff - Apr 13 2021 - 1:50pm
- The Links Between Hay Fever And Exposure To Prenatal Pollutants
Allergies are nothing new for many people. They grow up suffering the effects of hay fever from season to season. A recent study in the journal Thorax has explored a link between hay fever and being exposed to prenatal pollutants. The findings are pretty ...
Blog Post - Mark Pierce - May 13 2021 - 10:51am
- More Efficient Solar Panels On The Horizon
Horizon We've all seen how helpful solar panels are in renewable energy. From a consumer perspective, solar power is still an up-and-coming challenger to the existing fossil fuel infrastructure that most power generation systems take advantage of. Th ...
Article - Mark Pierce - May 13 2021 - 10:52am
- Gauging The Environmental Impact Of NFTs
Artwork is one of the newest purchasable commodities on the crypto market, thanks to a new technology known as non-fungible tokens (NFTs). NPR informs us that an NFT is a crypto token that isn't interchangeable but is tied to a specific commodity. The ...
Article - Mark Pierce - May 13 2021 - 10:53am
- How Climate Change Could Push The American West Into A Mega Drought
Climate change is one of the most pressing concerns our civilization has. Time Magazine paints a grim picture of what the role is likely to look like in less than thirty years if we don't address the issue. However, it's not as simple as changin ...
Blog Post - Mark Pierce - Jun 6 2021 - 9:50pm