Progressives might not be coming for your existing stove, but they are trying to stop any new installations.
Despite an apocalyptic media narrative, the modern era has brought much longer lives and the greatest decline in poverty ever.
In drought or flood, bad environmental policy is making Californians miserable.
If SCOTUS finds in favor of a small-town Idaho couple in Sackett v. EPA, it could end the federal government's jurisdiction over millions of acres of land.
The country's new ban increases costs for businesses while doing nothing to address the problem of global plastic pollution.
Warning diners that red meat is bad for the environment is yet another attempt to socially engineer food choices.
It shouldn't be surprising that a misanthropic worldview like Paul Ehrlich's can be taken in xenophobic directions.
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If all Californians bought E.V.s tomorrow, it would be a nightmare.
Golden State lawmakers have refused to fix the California Environmental Quality Act. Now it could cost them a brand new office building.
The Superabundance authors make a compelling case that the world is getting richer for everyone.
“I think the Chestnut is an example of an interventionist approach,” says scientist Jared Westbrook. “We might have some capabilities and responsibilities to correct some of the problems that we created.”
The war on animal food products continues to pick up adherents in Europe.
Social housing supporters hope that the city can get city-owned, city-operated housing right with a new office, a more expansive mission, and different branding.
With government meddling, many farmers end up doing less with more, and people end up paying more for less.
"Committing vandalism by soup to send a message about climate change may be 'expressive,' but attempting to destroy someone else's work of art crosses moral and legal boundaries."
An excerpt from The Next American Economy: Nation, State, and Markets in an Uncertain World.
Environmentalists, Senate Republicans Unite to Kill Joe Manchin's Plan to Streamline Environmental Review
The West Virginia senator had proposed a series of exceedingly modest tweaks designed to speed up the yearslong environmental review process for new energy projects.
Climate scientist Andrew Dessler of Texas A&M University defends urgent action on climate against scientist and author Steven Koonin.
New Jersey is the first state to ban single-use bags made from both plastic and paper, but one is actually worse for the environment than the other.
Green activists have some good points. But the pursuit of a chemical-free world hurts vulnerable people the most.
The California Environmental Quality Act gives everyone the right to delay the approval of new housing. The Golden State's NIMBY activists are happy to exercise that right.
If the Golden State wants to convert to electrical vehicles, it better start embracing nuclear power.
Democrats' Rejection of Permit Streamlining Resolution Doesn't Bode Well for Joe Manchin's 'Side Deal'
The West Virginia senator conditioned his support for the Inflation Reduction Act on reforming federal environmental review laws. His Senate colleagues don't seem so hot on the idea.
We need to clearcut the government regulations hampering efforts to effectively battle wildfires.
Three environmentalists groups had argued that the city failed to perform a state-required environmental analysis of its Minneapolis 2040 comprehensive plan.
And yet infinitely recyclable plastics are on the horizon.
Coal, oil, and gas have contributed to global warming, but we can deal with their impact while letting them bring billions more up to middle-class living standards.
Fifty percent of the state's water flows to the Pacific Ocean. Another 40 percent is used for agriculture. But it's average residents who are being forced to cut back.
The racist Buffalo mass murderer's ideology drew on dangerous ideas common on both the ethnonationalist right and the far left.
Based in divisive identitarianism, the DOJ’s new strategy is a recipe for expanded authority and conflict.
The Limits to Growth is still “as wrongheaded as it is possible to be.”
Once again, Washington is giving us every reason to believe it's selling favors to cronies even if it means everyone else loses.
Nothing new under the sun as Biden decides to extend Trump's solar panel tariffs for four more years.
The EPA Has Spent 15 Years Blocking This Couple From Building a Home. Will the Supreme Court Come to the Rescue?
Michael and Chantell Sackett say they shouldn't have to spend years—and hundreds of thousands of dollars—just getting permission to build on their suburban lot.
A House Energy Subcommittee Hearing entertains dangerous and disingenuous rhetoric against technologies for freedom.
Businesses that give customers condiments without them first asking for them could receive fines totaling $300.
Plus: New York City's vaccine mandate is accidentally shrinking the city's workforce, a windowless dorm in California stokes controversy, and more...
This is Denis Villeneuve's movie, but it's fully Frank Herbert's Dune.