Entries by Committee For A Constructive Tomorrow

The Dark Continent and Africans for Energy

People in highly developed countries take energy for granted. Try living without it. Millions of Africans still live without electricity.  That needs to change.  Fast. Two of CFACT’s most distinguished scholars, Paul Driessen and David Wojick, posted a pair of articles to CFACT.org you should know about. They discuss international development banks. The first titled “Multilateral anti-development […]

Sacred peer-review takes a big hit

Is there a more self-contradictory term than “settled science?” Science should always be open to challenge and investigation. The scientific method demands that conclusions must follow facts.  We must never adjust the facts to suit a conclusion. Sadly, this is not always the case. We posted an article at CFACT.org which highlights how “Stanford University medical professor […]

The UN’s coming for your Air Conditioners

What happens when two items high on the Green agenda collide with each other? One thing for sure, it isn’t a pretty sight. Such is currently the case concerning “ozone depletion” and “global warming.” Through the 1987 Montreal Protocol, the Greens clamored for the adoption of refrigerant HFC’s, or hydrofluorocarbons, to replace older refrigerant chemicals […]

Billboard — Russia funneled cash to Greens to cripple energy

CFACT’s kicked off a new billboard on busy I-10 in Louisiana which reads, “Russia funneled Green groups millions of dollars to oppose fracking & cripple American energy,” and asks, “How’s that for COLLUSION?” The billboard campaign was spearheaded by CFACT’s Graham Beduze and Adam Houser. Russia wants to reduce and eliminate competition to its energy […]

Study: Banning plastic packaging hurts more than it helps

Outright bans on plastics have an overall negative effect on the environment, and recycling initiatives make for better solutions, according to an Independent Institute report. As climate change becomes a larger political issue, more consideration is being given to bans on plastic products. France became the first country in 2016 to ban plastic plates and cups. The […]

Speculative climate chaos v. indisputable fossil fuel benefits

By Paul Driessen and Roger Bezdek. Judge William Alsup has a BS in engineering, has written computer programs for his ham radio hobby, delves deeply into the technical aspects of numerous cases before him, and even studied other programming languages for a complex Oracle v. Google lawsuit. As presiding judge in People of the State of California v. BP, […]

Farmer settles $2 million lawsuit against high-flying Green realtors

After a decade of litigation involving hundreds of thousands of dollars in attorneys’ fees, Virginia farmer Martha Boneta has reached a settlement in her $2 million lawsuit against a husband-and-wife team of realtors whom she accused of colluding with an environmental group to drive her off her land. While the terms of the settlement cannot […]

Endangered Species Act Fail

The Endangered Species Act (ESA) has been so ineffective at recovering species that the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has fabricated a record of success. That’s the finding from Robert Gordon in a Heritage Foundation report. New Heritage Foundation report highlights failures of Endangered Species Act “The Endangered Species Act (ESA) has been so ineffective […]

The Dark Side of Green

CFACT barnstormed CPAC, The Conservative Political Action Conference, this weekend with a series of activities that culminated in a light saber duel between “Green Energy” Darth Vader and the “Reliable Energy” Jedi! “We thought this would get the point across to the crowd pretty easily: That so-called ‘green’ energy that needs subsidies is the bad […]

UN-American & Incompetent

It didn’t take long at the UN’s “World Urban Forum,” currently underway in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, for those assembled to voice their displeasure with American freedom. “We’re not sure what happened to North America [audience laughter] but we’re trying to make sustainable development great again,” said a panel of European Union mayors and city planners. […]

A Champagne Toast to America’s withdrawal from the UN Paris Climate Accord

CFACT joined a champagne toast to America’s withdrawal from the UN’s Paris Climate Accord at the EIKE scientific conference in Dusseldorf. Conference-goers are united in their conviction that the UN imposes massive economic and political costs upon developed nations that cannot be justified by the benefits, of which there may be none, flowing from the […]

U.S. promoting fossil fuels at UN Climate Change Conference 2017

What’s missing at this year’s big UN climate conference? The American pavilion. When President Trump withdrew the U.S. from the UN’s Paris Climate Accord, he also cut back on the American presence in the UN process. Sure, the official State Department representatives are here, but the sideshow is tellingly absent. In past years the U.S. […]

Climate Not Cooperating: Global Temperatures Continue to Drop

It’s not easy to be a climate campaigner.  From Gore on down, their hysterical predictions never seem to come to pass. If they didn’t play in a rigged game, they’d have no game at all. Marc Morano compiles a host of their failed prophecies of doom-and-gloom over at CFACT’s award-winning Climate Depot news and information service. Make Climate […]