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Great Success for People and Nature Too!

Posted on August 4, 2012 in featured, News
eco-summit students

This past weekend the 2012 CFACT Eco-Summit was held at the Lakewoods Resort in Cable, WI.  The summit brought together students from all over the country with 10 different schools being represented.  The three day summit helped prepare students for the upcoming school year in their fight against the radical left on campus.  It also […]

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Mission Rio: A.K.’s Report from the Trenches

Posted on June 13, 2012 in featured, News

Team Rio – Day 1 Our arrival in Rio after a red-eye flight from the U.S. found us all tired but eager to get going with CFACT’s important work at the UN Rio+20 conference.  We knew while delegates were coming here to alarm the world about the doom and gloom facing humanity from alarmist “crisis” […]

Alex Epstein tours MN

Posted on February 20, 2012 in featured, News

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 […]

CFACT Texas Tech Membership Drive!

Posted on April 1, 2011 in News

On Wednesday, March 30, 2011 CFACT Texas Tech hosted a membership drive on campus. “We recruited over 100 new members, the event was a huge success!” said Kate Wiseman, the group’s membership director. “It’s important to recruit, educate, and then activate!” she continued. CFACT Texas Tech is planning to throw a “Global Warming Beach Party” later this […]

CFACT Syracuse: It’s Not Evil, Just Wrong

Posted on March 25, 2011 in featured, News

On Thursday, March 25th CFACT Syracuse hosted a showing of “It’s Not Evil, Just Wrong: The True Cost of Global Warming Hysteria” -a response to Al Gore’s movie based on junk-science, “An Inconvenient Truth.”  The event was organized to counter the typical  left-wing campus bias that climate change is substantially anthropogenic, that global warming exists, and that it is going […]

CFACT Video Contest Entry: Global Warming Policies: All Pain, No Gain

Posted on March 21, 2011 in News

CFACT’s All Pain, No Gain video contest submissions are starting to roll in. This video, produced and directed by Morgan Brooke Hancock, illustrates starkly how “going green” really means getting lean. Through sarcasm and wit Morgan forces us to look at the unintended consequences of global warming policies, which advocate for extremely expensive alternative forms of energy that […]

Texas A&M CFACT Chair Mounts Campaign for SGA President!

Posted on March 11, 2011 in News

Pulliam for President Recently the Chairman of CFACT Texas A&M in College Station decided to throw his hat into the ring for Student Government President! Justin Pulliam -one of the top young Conservative activists in the nation, is a CFACT groomed leader! Aside from attending the U.N. COP 15 Conference on Climate Change in Copenhagen, Justin […]

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