First CFACT Meeting at UMD!

The University of Minnesota-Duluth chapter of CFACT had it’s first meeting on Tuesday night. Students turned out to learn more about CFACT and how to use free market principles and ideas to help out the environment. The students were very excited for this coming year, and many of them had a passion for the outdoors….

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Al Gore Ice Bucket Challenge

University of Minnesota-Twin Cities CFACT president Elizabeth Hazekamp and Hannah Rosencrantz were recently challenged to do the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. In light of new satellite images showing the arctic ice cap has grown to its largest size since 2006, they decided Al Gore would be the perfect person to challenge to the Ice Bucket…

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University of Minnesota Duluth Activities Fair!

September 11th marked the University of Minnesota Duluth Activities fair. Hundreds of college students visited the CFACT booth, and the response was amazing. Over one hundred students signed up to be a part of the club, and many more expressed their concerns about the environment. CFACT’s unique message of using the free market system instead…

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Bill Nye “not the climate” Science Guy

The University of Maryland College Park hosted Bill Nye for its annual fall lecture. Students eagerly lined the halls hours before the doors opened. The “Science Guy” clearly was still a childhood favorite and hundreds wanted to see him live. It seemed as if students were camping out for a rock show rather than a…

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UVA Seeks Refuge From The Library

As final exams loom ever closer for college students across the country, CFACT’s University of Virginia chapter took to the outdoors to escape the close confines of the library. Exchanging the Red Bull and highlighters for some sturdy hiking shoes, the students explored the Humpback Rocks are just outside of Charlottesville, VA, home to the…

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Paul Driessen Featured in REAL Energy Speaker Series

CFACT, as a part of its’ REAL Energy, Not Green Energy campaign, has travelled across the country over the past several months and featured some of the biggest names in free-market environmentalism on college campuses. In California, schools had the opportunity to hear Marita Noon, executive director of Energy Makes America Great, Inc. In New…

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Lafayette Continues Recruiting Members

Graham Beduze, the Chairman of CFACT at the University of Louisiana-Lafayette (ULL,) has focused his efforts this year on growing CFACT in an organic fashion, recruiting members by having conversations with them about the issues that are most important to them. For this beautiful, warm Thursday afternoon down in the Bayou, CFACT teamed up with…

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Driessen Debates Down in Dixie

By start time, there was not a seat left in the room and many had to stand in the back to see the following discussion. It was at 6:00 PM on Tuesday April 8th, that the University of Alabama – Birmingham (UAB) chapter of the Young Americans for Liberty hosted a debate on the issue…

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