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Alaska Gold and Copper Mine Project Moves Forward, Despite Environmentalist Objections

by Penny Starr
Breitbart

The decades of environmentalists’ delays came nearer an end when…”the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers released its final environmental impact statement on Friday which found gold and copper mining in Alaska ‘would not be expected to have a measurable effect on fish numbers.’”  Don’t expect this to be the last hurdle.

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Trump’s new regulations for environmental reviews will fix a broken process

by Mary B. Neumayr
The Denver Post

“President Donald Trump has taken bold action to fix our broken environmental review process. Today, the White House Council on Environmental Quality is releasing a final rule to comprehensively update its National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) regulations for the first time in over 40 years,” according to The Denver Post.

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On Behalf Of Environmentalists, I Apologize For The Climate Scare

by Michael Shellenberger
Environmental Progress

Michael Shellenberger, a climate activist, apologizes in a new book for misleading the public, saying, “The evidence is overwhelming that our high-energy civilization is better for people and nature than the low-energy civilization that climate alarmists would return us to.”

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A Winning Trifecta for Climate Science and Rationality

by Charles Battig
The Heartland Institute

“Three authors sound the common theme that the hyper-green environmental activists who have captured, politicized, and monetized  the concern for the environment have . . created  a false climate  alarm  which has ‘costs us trillions, hurts the poor, and fails to fix the planet’,” according to The Heartland Institute.

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Supreme Court ruling seen as boon to natural gas pipelines

by Amy Harder
Axios Media

” “A Supreme Court ruling Monday removes a key hurdle for two natural gas pipelines and could have ripple effects for future projects.  In a 7-2 ruling, the court said the U.S. Forest Service has the power to grant the 600-mile Atlantic Coast Pipeline right of way under the Appalachian Trail in Virginia. Another pipeline proposed in the same area, the 300-mile Mountain Valley Pipeline, has faced similar challenge,” according to Axios Media.

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Failing Cities and States use Climate Change Lawsuits as Fiscal Escape Hatch

by Craig Richardson
Town Hall

“Cities and states are suing energy companies in a desperate attempt to erase their poor spending choices. Local officials argue oil and gas companies contribute to climate change and must be held accountable, but beneath this façade, leftist politicians are trying to win the lawsuit lottery to stave off fiscal insolvency,” according to Town Hall

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Trump’s ‘Regulatory Bill of Rights’ hasn’t gotten much attention — but it should

by Oliver Dunford
The Hill

“A recent executive order meant to free up the economy following the COVID-19-related lockdowns contains a little-noticed, but potentially powerful, long-term reform that should help rein in regulatory abuse that’s commonplace throughout administrative agencies,” according to The Hill.

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