Monthly Archives: December 2005

Rachel Carson Syndrome: Jumping to Pesticide Conclusions in the Global Frog Crisis

Download PDF A devastating and detailed review of four highly publicized case studies showing the deep anti-pesticide bias of ecologists. The report asks why ecologists continually chase chemical phantoms despite the scientific evidence and when ecology will become a science … Continue reading

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Norman Borlaug Is The Greatest Living American Saving People and Nature With The “Green Revolution”

Dennis Avery As newspaper readers around the nation brace of the usual avalanche of profiles about various persons of the year, let me toss out an intriguing question: “Is Norman E. Borlaug the greatest living American?” Borlaug has never received … Continue reading

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French Model Fails Muslim Youth—and Farming

Dennis Avery In France, unemployed Muslim youths burn thousands of cars in protest of their joblessness. In Kenya, small farmers lose their grain markets to French wheat dumped into export below its inflated costs. Little sugar cane farmers in Swaziland … Continue reading

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Is Kyoto Dead?

Dennis Avery Latest Meeting, In Failing to Find Agreement, Undercuts Claims of Urgency, Environmental Doom The Kyoto Protocol has died. None of its members has cut carbon dioxide emissions, and their big Montreal meeting has just failed again to agree … Continue reading

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Let’s Extend Full Human Rights To Africa

Dennis Avery On Human Rights Day, Americans Should Push USAID to Supply Africans With Life-Saving DDT Human Rights Day on December 10th often goes unnoticed amid the hustle and bustle of our annual holiday shopping binge. That’s a shame because … Continue reading

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