Biden Administration Proposes Rescinding Trump-Era Endangered Species Reforms

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the National Marine Fisheries Service announced they are rescinding or revising a number of regulatory reforms the agencies made under the Trump administration to the 1973 Endangered Species Act.

Historic Washington State Hydro-Electric Dam Threatened with Closure Due to Astro-Turf Release

A flood-related incident that sent piece of artificial turf into the Puyallup River has resulted in the Puyallup Tribe demanding the historic Electron Hydro dam be torn down.

Minnesota Appeals Court Approves Enbridge Pipeline

A three judge panel of the Minnesota Court of Appeals ruled the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission acted properly in approving the environmental impact statement, certificate of need, and route permit for the Enbridge Line 3 Replacement Project.

Shapiro: What Foreign Dissidents Understand About the American Flag

This week, thousands of Cuban dissidents marched against the repressive communist tyranny that has subjugated the Cuban people for three generations. They chanted "Libertad!"...

Glaciers Reveal Tree Stumps, Tree Stumps Reveal a Warmer Past

The planet has been here billions of years, with mankind only having been here for the last million or so. In that time, the planet has changed climates several times.

House Passes Bill to Mandate ESG Disclosures

The U.S. House of Representatives passed a bill backing the Securities and Exchange Commission's push to craft new rules requiring more comprehensive environmental, social, and governance disclosures

OPEC and Big Oil’s New Best Friend, Joe Biden

The price of oil surged to $75 a barrel the other day under President Joe Biden's green energy policies. The price was as low...

Futile Fusion Research

The cost of an ITER-like electric power plant would be roughly three to five times the cost of a nuclear fission power plant being built in the United States today, a totally unacceptable cost.

Rainfall Driving Bumper Crops and Crop Failures Is Neither Random Nor Due to Global Warming

Large scale ocean circulation patterns drive rainfall and drought occurrences across the United States, not global warming.

Federal Judge Upholds Delaware Basin Fracking Ban

Federal Judge Paul Diamond United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania rejected a lawsuit filed by two Pennsylvania state senators and four local governments in the oil-rich Marcellus Shale region.

Despite Growing Numbers, the Biden Administration Seeks Endangered Listing for Lesser Prairie Chicken

Despite having a working voluntary conservation plan in place, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS), under President Joe Biden, has proposed adding the lesser prairie chicken to endangered species list.

Texas Acts to Block Chinese Owned Industrial Wind Power Facility near a Military Base

The Texas legislature took steps to stop a massive Chinese-owned industrial wind facility from being built near Laughlin Air Force base in southwest Texas.

Commentary: A Pipeline for Vladimir, Pipe Dreams for Joe

President Joe Biden's strategy to protect us against the world against climate change won't work, and puts America's interests last.

Virginia Republicans Embrace CFACT Criticism of the Virginia Clean Economy Act

, With the help of the Committee for a Constructive Tomorrow, Virginia Republican's hope to overturn the partisan Virginia Clean Economy Act, after the 2021 elections.

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H. Sterling Burnett, Ph.D. is a Heartland senior fellow on environmental policy and the managing editor of Environment & Climate News.