Lost without Marx – January 2, 2003
Green ideology fills the political function once performed by socialist economics: It justifies attacks on the private sector.
Kyoto Spin Machine Triumphs – December 18, 2002
"Taken by Storm," a new book by Christopher Essex, a mathematician, and Ross McKitrick, an economist, exposes how politics overwhelmed the science of climate change behind the Kyoto Accord.
Making Sense of Sustainable Development – December 8, 2002
'Sustainable development' is a term that has been around for about 30 years. Over that time it has been interpreted in a variety of ways, ranging from the sensible to the slippery to the downright dangerous.
Environmental Group Finds Abundant Wilderness – December 6, 2002
Contrary to some popular thinking the earth is a vast and empty space.
A Conversation with Bjørn Lomborg – November 11, 2002
Bjørn Lomborg, author of "The Skeptical Environmentalist" explains why the Kyoto treaty is second best policy.
Five Things to Know About Kyoto – November 1, 2002
It should be enough to turn Canadians against the Kyoto accord to know it will kill tens of thousands of existing jobs.
Kyoto exemption for China – October 25, 2002
China Exempted from Kyoto
Government Cash Skews Greens' Lobbying – October 23, 2002
Your tax dollars funding "independent" think tanks pushing Kyoto Treaty.
Rural Communities March in Britain – October 16, 2002
Over 400,000 people march in London to defend the rural way of life
Environmental Quality Improving – October 14, 2002
Environmental Indicators report from Fraser Institute September 2002
Ethanol-The Promise and the Peril – October 2, 2002
Policy Notes - On balance, ethanol subsidies will harm the Manitoba economy
In Praise of a Virtuous Circle – September 2, 2002
The silliest of seasons exists around global conferences of the United Nations, whether they address racism, poverty, children or the environment.
Energy Hogs or Economic Powerhouse? – August 28, 2002
A new U.N. report criticizes North Americans for undercutting the environment by being excess consumers of energy.
World Summit on Sustainable Development – August 15, 2002
The World Summit on Sustainable Development is being held in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Tuberculosis and Elk in Riding Mountain – August 1, 2002
Both the Federal and Manitoba governments need to move fast to contain and eliminate TB in and around Riding Mountain National park.
Opening Up Cottage Country – July 19, 2002
Coverage of the last provincial election campaign ignored a gem-in-the-rough tossed out by the winner, Gary Doer.
*Prepare for the Big Chill – June 22, 2002
The Earth’s climate is changing in a dramatic way, with immense danger for man and the natural systems that sustain him. This was the frightening message broadcast to us by environmentalists in the recent past. Here are some of their prophecies.
Blame Sun For Global Warming – June 4, 2002
The weekend line-ups at nursery outlets signal our relief after one of the coldest springs ever recorded, which followed on the heels of the 2001 winter, one of the coldest in history.
*Kyoto As “Blankie” – May 28, 2002
On the weekend, some friends told us their nine-year-old still has a scrap of his “blankie.” Whenever he is overwrought or scared they give it to him, he clutches it and is instantly calmed.
Environmental Politics Is Big Business – March 6, 2002
Environmental indicators are all improving despite the litany of doom and gloom promoted by various activist groups