Sales of electric vehicles fell 6.8 percent in 2019. British newspaper the Guardian halts fossil fuel ads, accepts auto ads. H-T Charles Rotter. Subsidies, regulation, or both? Recycling bills percolate through Congress.
Why is Antarctic glacier melting? BBC doesn’t mention the active volcanoes underneath. Rob Bradley: ‘It’s high time to exit the climate road to serfdom.’ Plastic producers having trouble meeting ‘sustainability’ standards because they can’t get enough recycled plastic.
‘Fight fires with facts—not fake science.’ Did British broadcaster David Attenborough scare Greta Thunberg with inaccurate stories of starving polar bears? NOAA revises American climate history (video).
From Trammel Crow in the Dallas Morning News. In the 50 years since the first Earth Day, we’ve made incredible strides in protecting our environment, even as the economy has continued to grow. Rivers no longer catch on fire, our air is cleaner and more of our natural spaces are protected. During this same time,…
Is too much e-commerce overrunning our cities? Yes, says the World Economic Forum. The term ‘global warming’ may be coming back, because it’s scarier than ‘climate change.’ Puddles, ditches, and watering ponds no longer regulated as federal waters.
In this guest post by Shawn Regan, a research fellow and the director of publications at the Property and Environment Research Center (PERC) in Bozeman, Montana, looks at the fact that to acquire rights to natural resources in the West, you must use the resource. This is an obvious barrier to many would-be environmentalist bidders.