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Companies shouldn’t cave in to the demands of climate-change activists

In a Washington Post op-ed, Carly Fiorina, former chief executive of Hewlett Packard sounds a warning about an “army of professional activists” writing: “The goal of these activists is to have business bow to their ideological will and reshape companies...

/ October 27, 2014

Asthma Rates Have Increased While Ozone Levels Have Fallen

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) often invokes asthma as the reason to lower national ambient air quality standards for ozone. Ozone, EPA asserts, can worsen the condition for asthma sufferers, especially children. But as Texas state toxicologist Dr. Michael Honeycutt...

/ October 23, 2014

An Open Letter to Procter & Gamble on Cellulosic Ethanol

In today’s Politico: Dear Procter & Gamble, We want to congratulate you on your new partnership with DuPont to buy cellulosic ethanol from their new plant in Iowa.  It is precisely these types of deals, forged in a free-market, that...

/ October 22, 2014

Fear and Loathing in Legoland

On October 9, Lego announced it was ending a marketing partnership with Shell after a Greenpeace internet video highlighted the link between the two companies (and I’m not going to give the insidious video more credence by linking it in this...

/ October 20, 2014