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A Green and Conservative (and Liberal) Solution to Climate ChangeBrent Fewell, , Climate Change, Green energy, Michael Shellenberger, NRDC, nuclear energy, Powerline Blog, Steve Hayward, 0
I’m reposting in its entirety this great piece by Steven Hayward with a great TED Talk video of Michael...
The Case for Conservative Environmentalism – What is Possible in a Trump AdministrationBrent Fewell, , Conservative Conservationism, conservative environmentalism, environmentalis, Jeremy Carl, Mark Sagoff, Sir Roger Scruton, Steve Hayward, Trump Administration, Trump EPA, 0
Whether one calls it environmental conservatism or conservative environmentalism, I had the honor of participating in the Hoover Institution’s...
Conservative Environmentalism – Roundtable with Roger ScrutonBrent Fewell, , Conservative Conservationism, conservative environmentalism, Hoover Institution, How to Think Seriously About the Environment, Jeremy Carl, Mark Sagoff, Roger Scruton, Steve Hayward, 0
For all those in DC who are interested in this topic, you should consider attending the following forum sponsored...
Cecil the Lion is Dead – Now What?!Brent Fewell, , Animals, Cecil the Lion, conservation, PETA, Safari, Shawn Regan, Steve Hayward, Teddy Roosevelt, Terry Anderson, Trophy Hunting, 0
This has been an interesting week to say the least. Sadly, Cecil the lion is dead, and it appears...
Climate Change and the Dragon SlayersBrent Fewell, , Climate Change, Aldo Leolpold, ClearPath Foundation, climate change, Dragon Slayers, GOP, Jay Faison, Steve Hayward, Teddy Roosevelt, 0
Provocateur and friend, Steve Hayward, penned a piece in this week’s Forbes titled, Why the Left Needs Climate Change. (included...
Ecomodernist Manifesto – Decoupling Human Welfare from Environmental ImpactsBrent Fewell, , The Environment and Politics, Breakthrough Institute, decoupling environmental impacts, Ecomodernist, Ecomodernist Manifesto, environmental markets, environmental protection, environmental reformation, Eric Holthaus, Michael Shellenberger, Roger Pielke Jr., Slate, social welfare, Steve Hayward, Ted Nordhaus, 0
An intriguing debate was rekindled this past week involving the age-old philosophical argument regarding the role of humans in nature....
Climate Enforcers Need to ChillBrent Fewell, , Climate Change, climate change, Ken Cuccinelli, NRO, Raul Grijalva, Rich Lowery, Roger Pielke, Steve Hayward, Wei-Hock Soon, 0
Rich Lowry of NRO took on this week Congressman Raúl Grijalva of Arizona, Ranking Democratic on the House Natural...
Climate Change – has our desire to do good overridden good science?Brent Fewell, , Climate Change, AGW, climate change, Daniel Botkin, EPA, House Science Committee, IPCC, Steve Hayward, 0
EPA’s major news this week to regulate CO2 has evoked a lot of emotion. Depending upon your understanding of the...
Special Thanks to Steve Hayward for the Shout-outBrent Fewell, , Uncategorized, Cato Institute, environmental pollution, Human Progress, hunger, poverty, Power Line, Scott Cameron, Steve Hayward, 0
Special thanks to Steve Hayward for mentioning this blog over on Power Line. Steve says, Conservefewell “s the...
Climate Skeptics May, In Fact, Be Good For The EarthBrent Fewell, , Climate Change, The Environment and Politics, climate change, climate skeptics, IPCC, Koch Brothers, Nordhaus, Robert Bryce, Shellenberger, Steve Hayward, The Breakthrough Institute, 2
By Brent Fewell I bring your attention to a great article by Michael Shellenberger and Ted Nordhaus as the IPCC releases...
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― Author and Political Commentator, Steve Hayward
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