CFACT’s North East Chapters Host Speaking Tour for Alex Epstein

CFACT’s chapters at the University of Connecitcut, Sienna College and Rutgers University all recently hosted Alex Epstein from the Center for Industrial Progress for a North East speaking tour. Epstein made the Environmental case for fossil fuels and for expanding safe extraction methods such as hydraulic ‘fracking’. Epstein argues that fossil fuels have allowed human…

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Alex Epstein Lectures on Energy and Elections at Loyola Marymount!

Recently Alex Epstein, the founder of the Center for Industrial Progress in Irvine, California delivered a one hour presentation to CFACT at Loyola Marymount University. The topic of the lecture was “Energy and Elections.” Epstein discussed how energy issues such as the price of oil  affect elections in America and around the world. The event…

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Alex Epstein tours MN

This week Alex Epstein will be speaking at St. Olaf College on Feb. 21st at 7pm in Regents Hall of Natural Sciences, room 290, , at the University of Minnesota – Twin Cities on Feb. 22nd at 7pm in Wiley Hall, room 125, and the University of Minnesota Duluth on Feb. 23rd at 7pm.  Alex…

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CFACT University of Connecticut Hosts Alex Epstein on Green Energy Myths

Recently Alex Epstein, founder of the Center for Industrial Progress, delivered a one hour lecture on the subject of Green Energy Myths at the University of Connecticut. Epstein highlighted the high costs of solar, hydro, and wind energy and compared those high costs with the low costs of natural gas, coal, and nuclear. “We learned…

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CFACT Syracuse Hosts Alex Epstein

Recently, CFACT University of Syracuse hosted a lecture by Alex Epstein, the founder of the Center for Industrial Progress on the subject of fracking, a method by which to extract large amounts of natural gas or coal by fracturing existing rock with pressurized liquid. “The event was extremely informative, everyone was really impressed!” stated CFACT Syracuse…

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CFACT Texas A&M Hosts Alex Epstein on the Green Jobs Hoax

Alex Epstein at CFACT Texas A&M Recently, energy expert and founder of the Center for Industrial Progress Alex Epstein spoke before a crowd at Texas A&M about the myths perpetuated by the greens about so-called “green jobs.” Alex explained the “green jobs” are actually a drain on the economy. They interfere with energy production, job…

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Anti-Divestment Campaign Hits Campuses

The Center for Industrial Progress, lead by President Alex Epstein, has written and published a letter addressing the concerns of divestment on university campuses across the country. Environmental groups have pressured university administrations to divest any endowments they may have with the fossil fuel industry. As a response, dozens of scientists, physicists, professors, policy experts,…

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Anti-Divestment Letter to American Universities

October 25th, 2013 The Center for Industrial Progress, lead by President Alex Epstein, has written and published a letter addressing the concerns of divestment on university campuses across the country. Environmental groups have pressured university administrations to divest any endowments they may have with the fossil fuel industry. As a response, dozens of scientists, physicists,…

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REAL Energy Hits Vassar College

This past week, CFACT traveled throughout the Northeastern region of the country to visit its various campus chapters. In addition to these efforts, CFACT sought to expand its presence in the Northeast even further at Vassar College in the small town of Poughkeepsie, NY. Meeting with student leader, Julian Hassan, CFACT discussed how energy and…

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REAL Energy, Not Green Energy Campaign

Why REAL Energy? It is through the utilization of both our natural resources – oil, natural gas, uranium, coal – and developing new technologies – fracking, pebble bed reactors, gasification – that REAL energy can provide for the best future.  These new methods and technologies are making energy safer, cleaner, and cheaper.  A commitment to…

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