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COVID-19 and Environmentalist Injustice
by Steve Milloy, E&E Legal Senior Policy Fellow, as appearing on RealClear Energy
Congress held a hearing last week on “the relationship between disproportionate exposures to environmental pollution and disproportionate effects of the 2019 coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.”
California is On Fire Again and it was Preventable: Environmentalists are causing actual global warming with wildfires
by Katy Grimes, Senior Media Fellow, as Appearing in the California Globe
For decades, traditional forest management was scientific and successful, until ideological, preservationist zealots wormed their way into government and began the 40-year overhaul of sound federal forest management through abuse of the Endangered Species Act and the no-use movement.
Imagine a return to normalcy
by Greg Walcher, Senior Policy Fellow, as appearing in the Daily Sentinel
Activists from Colorado’s “keep it in the ground” movement — a group opposing all production of all natural resources — are suggesting that “stay at home” orders provide the perfect opportunity to “imagine our world” after the coronavirus pandemic ends.
Failing Municipalities See Climate Change Suits as Fiscal Bailout
by Craig Richardson, President, as appearing on Townhall.com
Cities and states are suing energy companies in a desperate attempt to erase their poor spending choices.
Canceled: America’s energy dominance
by Steve Milloy, E&E Legal Senior Policy Fellow, as appearing in the Washington Examiner
Three major oil and gas pipelines have been scuttled or delayed this month. Is cancel culture coming for America’s newfound energy dominance?
President Donald J. Trump retweeted E&E Legal Senior Fellow and Junkscience.com founder Steve Milloy on the eve of the President’s trip to California to meet with CA Governor Newsom about the raging forests fires.
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