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Ontario’s new premier must save the province

Ontario’s new premier must save the province

  By Dr. Tim Ball and Tom Harris On March 8, 2018, former US Vice President Al Gore visited Ontario, Canada in an attempt to help then-Premier Kathleen Wynne win the June 7 provincial election. Gore said, “I travel all over the world, and I cite Ontario as an example of a provincial government that is doing it […]

500 days of unleashing our economic engine

500 days of unleashing our economic engine

  By Paul Driessen The “mainstream media” remains riveted on alleged Trump-Russian collusion and how the Trump-Kim Jong Un deal will fail. But it mostly ignored reports on Russia-environmentalist collusion and China-environmentalist collusion – and milestones reached during the Trump Administration’s first 500 days. In that short time, the US economy has gone from the lowest labor participation rate […]

Local Coastal Program Update for Environmentally Sensitive Habitat Areas

Local Coastal Program Update for Environmentally Sensitive Habitat Areas

The County of Ventura Planning Division is currently drafting amendments to the Local Coastal Program (LCP) whose components include the Coastal Area Plan and Coastal Zoning Ordinance. Proposed changes to the LCP have been processed in phases, with Phase 1, 2A, and 2B now complete. We are now processing the final amendment package, Phase 2C, which […]

Ending secret science at EPA

Ending secret science at EPA

    By Paul Driessen Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt has proposed to end the longstanding EPA practice of using secretive, often questionable, even deceptive science to support agency policy and regulatory initiatives. His proposed rules will ensure that any science underlying agency actions is transparent and publicly available for independent experts to examine […]

The Double Standards Industry

The Double Standards Industry

    By Paul Driessen The double standards industry Concerns over impacts from energy projects disappear where “green” energy is involve It’s a good thing environmentalists have double standards – or they wouldn’t have any standards at all.   Empire State legislators worry that anything above the current 0.0001% methane in Earth’s atmosphere will cause […]

Ventura College Hosts Climate Action Summit

Ventura College Hosts Climate Action Summit

VENTURA, CA. – April 14, 2018 – Ventura College GeoSciences Department is thrilled to announce that as part of it’s 9th Annual Earth Week Celebration, they will be partnering with 350 Ventura County Climate Hub to host an informative Climate Action Summit to be held Tuesday, April 24, 6:30 – 8:30 PM in the Applied Sciences Building […]

It’s Weather, Not Climate Change, Governor Brown

It’s Weather, Not Climate Change, Governor Brown

. By Robert W. Endlich 2017 featured incredibly intense, damaging wildfires in California: first the Wine Country fires of October, and later the massive Thomas Fire in December. Each destroyed hundreds of homes, the latter in many of the affluent suburbs and enclaves northwest of Los Angeles and Hollywood. The Thomas Fire is the largest in modern California […]

Renewable energy – by royal decree!

Renewable energy – by royal decree!

  By Paul Driessen In 2016, Missouri generated 96.5% of its electricity with fossil fuel and nuclear power, 1.6% with hydroelectric, and just 1.5% with wind and solar. The St. Louis Metro Area did roughly the same. But now, by royal decree, the St. Louis City Crown has made it clear, the climate must be […]

Trying to perpetuate alarmist climate “science”

Trying to perpetuate alarmist climate “science”

. By David Wojick, PhD Several months ago a brief furor erupted when the New York Times leaked the final draft of the upcoming Climate Science Special Report (CSSR), an extremely alarmist rendition of what is supposedly happening with Earth’s climate. Dangerous climate change and weather events, the report says, are due to mankind’s use […]

KIDS, Where DOES Our Food Come From? | SEEAG Has $8k Answers

KIDS, Where DOES Our Food Come From? | SEEAG Has $8k Answers

Ventura County, Calif. Students for Eco-Education and Agriculture (SEEAG), a nonprofit organization that helps young students understand and appreciate the origins of their food, has received an $8,000 grant from the Schwemm Family Foundation. The grant will support SEEAG’s Ventura County Childhood Wellness Initiative, where children learn the importance of eating diverse fruits and vegetables […]

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