Our Collegians chapters are active all across the nation. Check out some of our most recent events!
Armed with stickers and signs that read, “science NOT settled,” students from Marshall University in West Virginia addressed the state board of education to stand up for science and scientific…read more →
Students from around the nation gathered in frigid Biwabik, Minnesota this past weekend to learn, share, and make plans to spread CFACT's message to their college peers this coming spring…read more →
The Minnesota Public Utilities Commission held a public hearing in St. Paul regarding the highly publicized Sandpiper Pipeline. The meeting provided the public an opportunity to comment on the proposed…read more →
University of Texas students were surprised to learn that about half of their classmates had no idea what hydraulic fracturing (fracking) was or whether the economic benefits it is bringing…read more →
CFACT executive director Craig Rucker delivered a dose of "climate realism" to students attending a lecture on the subject of climate change at the University of Washington, St. Louis this…read more →
On December 5th, the University of Minnesota CFACT chapter visited the Black Dog Power Plant in Burnsville Minnesota. The Black Dog Power Plant has been serving the southern Twin Cities…read more →
November began with a recruitment drive at Georgia Tech, and it was hard to miss us on campus! Set up right in the middle of the commons, students couldn’t help…read more →
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President Obama made 15 bold assertions about the climate last night. The only one that was accurate was when he said, “I'm not a scientist." It shows. What he said…read more →
This year’s Eco Summit in Minnesota proved to be a great success! Students from all over the country braved the sub 0 temperatures to get a feel for global warming…read more →
It is a story many of us have heard far too many times recently. The climate is changing, and with that change humanity will face great challenges. Local weather is…read more →
When it comes to climate change, one of the most popular topics warmists like to talk about is the “dire” state of our polar ice caps. Whether it is the…read more →
Last week I had the opportunity to visit the Black Dog Power Plant along with students from the University of Minnesota Chapter of CFACT. While we were taking the tour,…read more →
In their most recent political stunt, Greenpeace activists targeted the site of the ancient Peruvian Nazca Lines. The organization decided to treat the historic place as a billboard to unveil…read more →
Almost everyone agrees that preserving the environment for future generations is important. Undoubtedly, the earth is a beautiful place, and future generations should be able to enjoys the beauty and…read more →