University Of Wisconsin Madison Collegians Ask “What Are You Thankful For?”
University of Wisconsin Madison Collegians Ask “What Are You Thankful For?”

Thanksgiving is fast approaching and CFACT students at the University of Wisconsin wanted to take a moment to ask other students what they are thankful for this year. There are a lot of things we take for granted here in…

CFACT Students Raise Energy Poverty Awareness At Saint Cloud State University
CFACT Students Raise Energy Poverty Awareness at Saint Cloud State University

Energy poverty is a huge issue very few people have heard about here in the United States. We take electricity for granted and almost everything we do depends on it. Many are oblivious to the 1.3 billion people who lack…

CFACT Students At University Of Iowa Talk Free Trade Vs. Fair Trade
CFACT Students at University of Iowa Talk Free Trade Vs. Fair Trade

CFACT students at the University of Iowa recently posed an interesting question to their campus. What is better: free trade or fair trade? Often times businesses will tout the fact that they support “fair trade” because they claim it helps improve the…

Gainesville, FL Collegians Feel The Heat In The Devil’s Millhopper!
Gainesville, FL collegians feel the heat in the Devil’s Millhopper!

Despite its name, the Devil's Millhopper is not a means of eternal damnation, but rather a geological state park located in a giant sinkhole in Gainesville, Florida. The park provides a unique combination of ecological environments, with several streams running into the…

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Next Week on…Climate Court

In December of this year, the United Nations will hold a climate change conference in Paris. The intention is to achieve consensus on how to act on global warming by…

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Pumpkins and Climate Part Deux

Back at the start of October news broke some Americans may have a pumpkin pieless Thanksgiving thanks to problems with this year’s pumpkin crop. Alarmists were quick to lay the blame…

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Taking Advantage of Hurricanes

This last week Hurricane Patricia, the most powerful storm ever recorded in the western hemisphere, hit Mexico, and climate alarmists were quick to blame the storm on climate change. They…

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Climate Change and Pumpkin Pies

It looks like this year the supply of pumpkin may be reduced. According to Libby, one of the main suppliers of canned pumpkin, said due to an exceptionally wet growing…

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The Truth of Recycling

From the first days of kindergarten, Americans are taught about the benefits and importance of recycling. The first lesson usually comes with some cartoon pictures of reusing bottles and banana…

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