Monthly Archives: April 2012

Reversing the EPA Regulatory Onslaught

With today’s announcement that the EPA official — whose “crucify them” remarks went viral — decided to resign, it is worth remembering that this is hardly the only example of the EPA’s attitude towards oil,... Read more

If I Wanted America to Fail..

“If I wanted America to fail..” “I’d start with energy. I’d cut off America’s supply of cheap, abundant energy. I couldn’t take it by force, so I’d make Americans feel guilty about using the ene... Read more

Environmentalist: Nature is Resilient, Not Fragile

Hold onto your seat, there’s a lot of text below: Peter Kaveira, the chief scientist at the Nature Conservancy, an environmental organization in Washington D.C., recently made headlines by writing a provocative essay, criticizing many o... Read more

Keystone and NIMBYism

I have a new article at The Daily Caller which focuses on all the recent attention given to President Obama’s veto of the Keystone Pipeline. However, as Resourceful Earth readers know, Keystone is only the tip of the iceberg. Environmen... Read more

California Environmentalists Sue to Stop Wind Farm

At another blog run by the Competitive Enterprise Institute, I covered a story in which environmental groups in California sued to stop the placement of solar panels in the middle of the Mojave desert (also known as the middle of nowhere): AM... Read more