Harassing EV owners is slightly dumber than blockading pipelines, but mostly the same – the circle of hell created by ignorant extremism

Harassing EV owners is slightly dumber than blockading pipelines, but mostly the same – the circle of hell created by ignorant extremism

A new breed of idiot is running amok, in the US this time. Media reports have documented a new trend called ICE-ing (short for Internal Combustion Engine) where blockheads in big pickups purposely park their trucks in electric vehicle charging spots, blocking any EV owner from accessing power. These may be the same pioneers of […]

Know the environmental footprint of your life, then protest

Know the environmental footprint of your life, then protest

If you’re out working near any petroleum infrastructure that might contain sour gas, there is an ironclad rule of thumb: if you see a co-worker laying on the ground unconscious, and you aren’t wearing a Scott Air-Pak, you don’t go help him. You leave him there and you run like hell. Nice, hey? The field […]

Whistler Mayor’s ill-advised climate change letter lays bare the cult of ignorance that has hypnotized climate debate

Whistler Mayor’s ill-advised climate change letter lays bare the cult of ignorance that has hypnotized climate debate

Have you ever had that childhood experience, where you repeat a word so often it eventually loses its meaning in your mind and sounds like gibberish? We now see grown adults partaking of the game in reverse, where pure gibberish is repeated so often that it sounds like real thoughts. Of course this is a […]

Bill McKibben and 350.org are causing climate change. No really

Bill McKibben and 350.org are causing climate change. No really

I know, I know, it borders on silly to give one person credit for so much. It seemed acceptable with Steve Jobs and Apple, or Elon Musk and Tesla, but to infer that one man and his organization is causing climate change? Yes, it is, and for reasons documented years ago in an environmental newspaper. […]

Skyrocketing SUV sales, new coal fired power plants, and mass public climate disinterest – where next for climate activism?

Skyrocketing SUV sales, new coal fired power plants, and mass public climate disinterest – where next for climate activism?

Despite the preponderance of renewable energy/climate change news, all is not well in the green kingdom. The public narrative is a full battle cry for immediate action, yet behind the scenes everyone seems to be taking a nap. Consider the following strategic quagmire. Environmental activist legendary protest guru Bill McKibben (of 350.org fame) was quoted […]