Banning fracking ignores sound science in favor of a false choice between environmental quality and natural gas. With the increase of natural gas consumption, particularly in power generation, the U.S. has reduced carbon dioxide emissions to their lowest levels in a generation.
The nation reached a significant milestone in late February, with media outlets reporting that the number of Americans who have died from COVID-19 passed the 500,000 mark. Such a death toll is deeply disturbing. But is it accurate?
The folly of chasing renewable energy as a means of mitigating “climate change” is making itself abundantly clear today in Texas. When will politicians wake up and realize that renewable energy almost always results in unreliable energy?
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has announced it is leaving current air quality standards in place for ground level ozone because the best available science indicates they are protective of human health.