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ICSC-Canada begins daily “Climate Change Minute” videos and other updates

ICSC-Canada begins daily “Climate Change Minute” videos and other updates

Things are beginning to roll at the new not-for-profit International Climate Science Coalition – Canada (ICSC – Canada): Our new site, www.icsc-canada.com, is now operational and, every week day from now on, a new “Climate Change Minute” video will appear at the bottom of our home page. The “Minute” for March 16 is there now. […]

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 […]

Electric Vehicle show is Sept. 10 in Oxnard

Electric Vehicle show is Sept. 10 in Oxnard

by John Hankins Demand for electric vehicles “has come forward much faster than we expected” according to an industry report, and the public can see why by talking to owners and dealers and even taking test drives during an interactive show in Oxnard Sept. 10. “This is where we owners are able to educate the […]

RICO for government climate deniers?

RICO for government climate deniers?

How corrupt and fraudulent is the government “science” that denies natural climate change? A self-appointed coalition of Democrat state attorneys general is pursuing civil or criminal racketeering actions against ExxonMobil, the Competitive Enterprise Institute and other organizations. The AGs claim the groups are committing fraud, by “denying” climate change. The charge is bogus.   What […]

The Big Green job-killing machine

The Big Green job-killing machine

By Ron Arnold Environmentalists wield powerful Endangered Species Act to kill jobs, impoverish families The abuse of environmentalist power to hurt people never stops. “Another one gone,” began the Lost Coast Outpost’s report in late January. A.A. “Red” Emmerson, chairman of Sierra Pacific Industries, announced the permanent closure of its sawmill on Samoa Peninsula in […]

Petition seeks to ‘de-list’ the Southwestern willow flycatcher as an Endangered Species

Petition seeks to ‘de-list’ the Southwestern willow flycatcher as an Endangered Species

State Senator Fran Pavley to speak on ‘A Cougar Corridor!’

State Senator Fran Pavley to speak on ‘A Cougar Corridor!’

CA Water Board prioritizes fish

CA Water Board prioritizes fish

Landscape Architecture’s Peculiar Contribution

Landscape Architecture’s Peculiar Contribution