Category Archives: Environmentalism

Fires are necessary for a healthy forest

The claims (e.g. here) that the Australian bush fires indicate a global warming “tipping point” has been passed and the earth is doomed are complete nonsense. There have been much larger fires in Australia in the past (e.g. here, here and here). Fires are a natural and necessary component in the life cycle of a forest. 

Forests need regular fires to remain healthy

Green policies increase Australia bush fires

“As with California, green policies in Australia have worsened naturally occurring bush fires.” click here

A ‘green’ economy is unsustainable

“German farmers have flooded a city’s streets with thousands of tractors, in protest against new environment regulations; they are accusing the government of bullying them as it conducts its fight for a ‘green’ economy.” click here

The great Bee hoax

“Take the Great Bee Hoax, for example. If you’re still relying on the mainstream and social media for your information, you probably believe that honeybee populations are crashing worldwide, that without bees to pollinate our crops we’ll all soon starve, and that we’re in this sorry state because evil pesticide companies are reaping huge profits and despoiling the environment, while crony regulators look the other way.” click here

“…demands made by Greta Thunberg would put global prosperity at risk and exacerbate world hunger.”

In the interview Vahrenholt, a leading founder of Germany’s modern environmental movement, tells the NDR that following the demands made by Greta Thunberg would put global prosperity at risk and exacerbate world hunger. He says the amazing improvement human society has seen over the last 100 years is thanks to “reliable energy supplies”.

Polar bears are doing just fine, thank you…

“The Polar Bear Catastrophe That Never Happened explains why the catastrophic decline in polar bear numbers we were promised in 2007 failed to materialize. It’s the story of how and why the polar bear came to be considered ‘Threatened’ with extinction, and tracks its rise and fall as an icon of the global warming movement.” click here