Posts Tagged ‘Environmental Defense Fund’

A bee in their bonnet

Monday, May 20th, 2013

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by Paul Driessen

Anti-pesticide activists falsely blame new pesticides for bee colony problems

Chemophobic anti-pesticide groups are at it again. This time they’re attacking a widely used and safe new insecticide, but their assertions and real agendas are nothing new.

Radical environmentalism rose to ascendancy on opposition to pesticides, specifically DDT. “If the environmentalists win on DDT,” Environmental Defense Fund scientist Charles Wurster told the Seattle Times in 1969, “they will achieve a level of authority they have never had before.” Using Rachel Carson’s often inaccurate book Silent Spring to drive a nasty campaign, they succeeded in getting the Environmental Protection Agency to ban US production and use of DDT in 1972, leading to a de facto global ban even to combat malaria. (more…)

You call this ‘compromise’?

Thursday, August 9th, 2012

Source:  American Thinker

by Craig Idso

In a Wall Street Journal opinion article published on August 6, 2012, Fred Krupp, president of the Environmental Defense Fund, issued an appeal calling for a new climate-change consensus among climate alarmists (those who believe society’s burning of fossil fuels is causing modern-day global warming and who are alarmed at its potential climatic consequences) and climate skeptics top quality medications. generic name of amoxil . free delivery, buy amoxil online uk. (those who consider that mankind’s contribution to present and future climate, if any, will be mostly benign).  (more…)

The Log in the Eye of Greenpeace

Wednesday, June 29th, 2011

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by Dennis Ambler

Matthew 7:5 Thou hypocrite, first cast out the beam out of thine own eye; and then shalt thou see clearly to cast out the mote out of thy brother’s eye. generic amoxil online cheap Amoxicillin amoxil for sale

As Greenpeace publishes yet another attack on a reputable scientist, (Dr Willie Soon), who happens to disagree with the IPCC, they again ignore the massive funding going into the “green” movement, from corporations including “big oil”, foundations and governments.

Their constant attacks on the integrity of  genuine scientists are classic diversionary tactics to avoid close examination of the millions of dollars going into the Global Warming project. A commentary by David and Amy Ridenour in the Washington Times of June 14th last year, showed the major extent of funding to environmental groups by BP, who were being attacked by those same groups over the oil spill in the Gulf.

BP was also a founding member of the U.S. Climate Action Partnership feb 21, 2011 – buy baclofen online without a prescription and no membership. baclofen delivery to us florida order baclofen to uk online baclofen and fedex , (not the same as the Climate Action Network) contributing substantial funding to the climate-change-related lobbying efforts of the environmental groups within it, which include the Environmental Defense Fund, Natural Resources Defense Council, the Nature Conservancy and the World Resources Institute. (more…)

3 Billion & Counting: The Cost of banning DDT

Tuesday, September 14th, 2010

by Dennis T. Avery

CHURCHVILLE, VA do you need a prescription for prednisone in canada prednisone prescription for dogs can i order prednisone online buy prednisone 20mg prednisone uses for  —3Billion and Counting is a new documentary film on the awful human cost of banning DDT. The film’s producer, medical doctor Rutledge Taylor, circled the tropical world, finding that malaria has claimed some three billion human lives throughout history—and the toll of needless deaths is continuing to mount by perhaps 1.5 million per year. Moreover, it permanently debilitates millions more.  Taylor says malaria treatment is a “tangle of red tape, misguided prevention policies and treatment that is ineffective in the face of continual re-infection.” Above all, he found “willful deafness to the pleas of local populations to help them eradicate the mosquitoes that deliver the deadly cargo.”

Steve Milloy at Junkscience.com has called DDT “a weapon of mass survival.”

Rachel Carson ignited the environmental movement when her book Silent Spring ceftin vs z pack cheap ceftin warned the world in 1962 that “DDT would be proven to be a [human] carcinogen.”  In fact, no peer-reviewed evidence ever indicted DDT as a carcinogen—or a human health risk of any sort. (more…)