Green Groups Should Lead – November 14, 2005
According to their own financial statements, Sierra Club received $758,608 in 2004 and $574,431 in 2003 in what it labels government contracts.
If You Could Save $225 Million - Powerpoint – October 28, 2005
Smart and Green – October 9, 2005
Prices, markets, incentives and fiscal responsibility from Canada's Greens? You better believe it.
An Environmental Policy for the 21st Century – October 8, 2005
Environmental policy is no longer the purview of statists and interventionists. A new view that puts human needs in the equation is emerging.
The Still Skeptical Environmentalist Questions Our Priorities – September 30, 2005
Denmark's Bjørn Lomborg continues his quest for a world that is both "smart" and "green."
The Real State of the World: Bjorn Lomborg Powerpoint – September 29, 2005
Incentives or Regulations? – September 22, 2005
Canada is finally moving towards an environmental policy for farmers that works, because it respects their rights.
Conservation the Only Answer - Jim Harris Powerpoint – September 8, 2005
Should We Ban Chemotherapy, Too? – August 25, 2005
Refusing to use insecticides to fight Africa's malaria problem sentences needless millions to death.
To Spray or Not To Spray – August 20, 2005
Malathion is a safe response to the West Nile virus. It presents no threat to man or beast.
Mosquito Control With Malathion: Are There Public Health Consequences? – August 19, 2005
The spraying of malathion to control mosquitoes is a safe, effective means of preventing the spread of disease.
Farmers are not Killing the Environment – June 14, 2005
Avery refutes the idea that farms are a major contributor to global warming. He says that the earth’s climate has always been changing and will continue to do so
Protect the Boreal Forest From Abundance? – April 22, 2005
Is Canada running out of trees? From the pages of the National Post, a remarkable exchange of opposing views.
Kyoto's Outcome in One Word – April 8, 2005
The evidence, tabled by Kyoto critic and climate change expert Ross McKitrick from the University of Guelph, painted a dire economic portrait of what Kyoto means to Canadian households -- and that is, undoubtedly, a recession.
Garden Chemicals and Intellectual Honesty – April 6, 2005
The Frontier Centre's "farmer boy" locks horns with a Ph.D in ad hominems.
Facts versus Fears on Biotechnology – March 29, 2005
The misplaced opposition to genetically modified crops in the Third World violates poor people's basic human rights.
Weed Killers Benign – March 25, 2005
Chemophobes are pressuring the City of Brandon to ban herbicides. The City should show them the door.
Death of a Movement – March 21, 2005
The great strength of the environmental movement of the 1970s and 1980s was its advocacy of small-scale, decentralized solutions to environmental problems, an advocacy that questioned big government and big unions, as well as big corporations -- a more unified, inclusive effort that links traditional environmentalists with labour unions and other "progressive" communities -- would only centralize power and make everything that much worse.
Who Let Activists in Forest Boardrooms? – February 17, 2005
Environmental extremists have no place in decision-making about the harvesting of our forests.
Wishes and Horses for Africa – February 11, 2005
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