Unlike wolves, horses do not wantonly kill and eat cattle, sheep, elk and other wildlife; however, they are native to America, and a national treasure of biodiversity. You will never hear any government land management group say, “Kill all the grey wolves.” So, what gives here? Where is the love for biodiversity?
September 14, 2016
The environmentalist pitch for wind turbines is a far cry from the actual experience of them in local communities. They are inefficient, costly, loud and require constant maintenance. But, they say, alternative energy must be developed at any cost.
As big as COP21 (2015 Paris Climate agreement), Habitat III intends to change city life forever, and yet hardly anyone knows it will occur next month in Quito, Ecuador. The scientifically ignorant will apply their “science of social engineering” to demand how the rest of humanity should live. If you didn’t like Agenda 21, 2030 Agenda, ICLEI, etc., then you will understand why Habitat III is being compared to the Olympics.