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Trump Administration Releases Draft Study of Drilling and Fracking | California Central Coast Region

Trump Administration Releases Draft Study of Drilling and Fracking | California Central Coast Region

Los Padres ForestWatch  Press Release Public Comments Accepted Until June 10; Public Hearings Scheduled in San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, and Bakersfield Central Calif. – Amidst Earth Week celebrations throughout California’s central coast region, the Trump Administration has released a study seeking to open more than one million acres of federal land and mineral estate […]

Senate Right to Block ‘Green New Deal’

Senate Right to Block ‘Green New Deal’

   By Dr. Jay Lehr & Tom Harris On March 26, the United States Senate voted against putting forward Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s (D-NY) and Sen. Ed Markey (D-Mass.) Green New Deal (GND) resolution to the Senate floor for debate and final vote. Those voting against the GND included all 53 Republicans, three Democrats and one […]

Fighting for energy and human rights equality in Africa

Fighting for energy and human rights equality in Africa

  By Paul Driessen “She has gone to the Lord,” her sister Diana told me a few days ago. And with Fiona Kobusingye’s passing, after a courageous battle with cancer, the Congress of Racial Equality Uganda lost another leader. However, their legacy remains, the battles they began rage on – and Uganda and Africa are clearly […]

Report: Green New Deal Could Cost Every US Household $65,000 A Year

Report: Green New Deal Could Cost Every US Household $65,000 A Year

By MICHAEL BASTASCH | Energy Editor . The Green New Deal could cost up to $93 trillion over a decade, according to a new report by the right-leaning American Action Forum (AAF). That comes to an estimated cost of $36,100 to $65,300 per American household per year to meet the Green New Deal’s goals, AAF reported Monday. […]

‘We’ve Become Dumber’: Media Rushes to Tie Record-Breaking Cold on Global Warming

‘We’ve Become Dumber’: Media Rushes to Tie Record-Breaking Cold on Global Warming

By MICHAEL BASTASCH | Energy Editor A “polar vortex” event is breaking record-low temperature readings across the Great Plains and Midwest, and many in the media are rushing to blame the deep freeze on global warming. The New York Times, for example, filled the top of its website with coverage of the Midwest’s polar plunge, including one […]

City of Ventura Announces Launch of Clean Power Alliance

City of Ventura Announces Launch of Clean Power Alliance

The City of Ventura is proud to announce that our community will soon enjoy the advantages of clean, renewable power at competitive rates. On February 26, 2018, the Ventura City Council voted to join the Clean Power Alliance. Starting in February 2019, Clean Power Alliance will be the new electricity provider for our community. Clean […]

Fracking Bust? Shale Wells Across US Churning Out Less Oil Than Projected

Fracking Bust? Shale Wells Across US Churning Out Less Oil Than Projected

Jason Hopkins | Energy Investigator The implementation of hydraulic fracturing has helped propel the U.S. into an energy superpower, but there are signs that the fracking boom might not be as productive as developers assumed. The U.S. surpassed Saudi Arabia and Russia in September to become the largest oil producer in the world. The historic milestone came […]

Greenpeace Reportedly Fighting to Stop Drivers from Learning About Carbon Taxes

Greenpeace Reportedly Fighting to Stop Drivers from Learning About Carbon Taxes

Jason Hopkins | Energy Investigator Greenpeace is reportedly challenging the placement of stickers on gas stations that notify drivers of higher fuel prices due to the implementation of a carbon tax. Ontario Premier Doug Ford, who has embarked on a pro-energy agenda in his province since entering office, will execute a number of measures to fight back against […]

Keep Carbon Taxes in the Ground

Keep Carbon Taxes in the Ground

  by Paul Driessen Permanently bury these job-killing proposals, after pounding wooded stakes through their hearts The House of Representatives recently passed a sense of Congress resolution that a carbon tax would kill jobs, damage the revitalized U.S. economy, and disproportionately impact poor, minority and working class families. The vote also reflects the fact that […]

Gov. Brown is Launching California Into Space — To Fight Global Warming

Gov. Brown is Launching California Into Space — To Fight Global Warming

 By CHRIS WHITE, Energy Reporter California Gov. Jerry Brown announced Friday night at the end of a climate summit that the Golden State will launch a satellite into space at some point to monitor the scope of man-made global warming. Brown has long had to live down the nickname “Moonbeam” after he pushed in the […]