The Shape of Tomorrow's Farming – March 30, 2010
Farming intensity must triple on the best land, in order to protect the poorer land which houses three-fourths of the wild species. Good farmland will become even more important, as one of the scarcest resources.
The End is Nigh – October 22, 2009
The gloomy end-of-the-world rhetoric of climate change catastrophists is nothing new.
Flunking Global Warming 101 – April 27, 2009
How does global warming contribute to spring flooding on the prairies? Answer: It doesn’t. Extra snows has caused massive flooding but once again, the climate change crowd is blaming human activity.
Investment Managers Liable as Greenhouse Theories Unravel? – March 6, 2009
Has climate change frenzy created a colussus built on sand? There is a diversity of risk analyses being carried out by investors in today’s climate change market place. Practically without exception, all of these organizations, many of them among the most successful and respected in the world, completely ignore the risk that the very foundation of all of these activities might be shown to be faulty.
An Inconvenient Court Ruling – January 23, 2009
Teachers need to ensure that students receive a rigorous education where they learn the facts and all the different perspectives regardless of whether they fit into the popular version of environmentalism.
Pre-industrial CO2 Levels were About the Same as Today – December 22, 2008
Authorities told us pre-industrial atmospheric levels of CO2 were approximately 100 parts per million (ppm) lower than the present 385 ppm. They are wrong. The pre-industrial level is at least 50 ppm higher than the level put into the computer models that produce all future climate predictions.
Arctic Sea Ice – September 2, 2008
The state of the Arctic sea ice is the topic of voluminous media reports about the effects of climate change but isn't always well represented.
Environmental Education – March 10, 2008
Environmental education is an important component of public school education. Unfortunately, students are being exposed to only one side of the argument on environmental issues.
The Urban Heat Island Effect in Winnipeg – September 26, 2007
Temperatures are warmer in the centre city compared to more isolated measuring points.
Climate Change in Disarray – An African Perspective – July 3, 2007
A Professor Emeritus from Pretoria, South Africa attributes changes in weather to variations in solar activity not man-made CO2 emissions.
Climate Change in the Recent Past – April 6, 2007
The climate is changing all the time, according to this Frontier Backgrounder.
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.