Professor Barry Cooper reviews Elizabeth Nickson’s controversial 2012 book about “eco-fascism” and considers its implications for policy development in Canada.
Professor Barry Cooper reviews Elizabeth Nickson’s controversial book “eco-fascism” and discusses the threat that radical conservationism poses to the development of smart environmental policy in Canada. Elizabeth Nickson can write. She developed her skills as a foreign correspondent for Time …
A press conference with Frontier Centre Senior Fellow Elizabeth Nickson, author of Eco-Fascists: How Radical Conservationists Are Destroying Our Natural Heritage. Hosted in the Press Gallery at the Ontario Provincial Legislature in Toronto, on the 4th of November 2013.
Environmental alarmists continue to target and abuse our children by perpetuating the drumbeat of doom. No doubt there is more to come. But the scare tactics used in schools need to be eliminated, because the facts don’t support their claims. Rational environmentalists have moved on to discuss how the planet is healing itself from the burst of industrialization.
Carbon people love studies proving that somehow a green economy forced by regulation and public money is going to work. In reality, the results are a financial disaster. Studies are inaccurately pinpointing the impact of green initiatives and fail to account for additional reasons why carbon use was reduced.
Elizabeth Nickson discusses her book “Eco-Fascists” on CFRA Radio.
In today’s society, few issues rile up people as much as the environment. You know the drill: Everyone has to go green, make an ecological impact, control your carbon footprint, keep the planet sustainable, manufacture biodegradable products, tackle climate change and so on. The environmental movement’s never-ending supply of manufactured talking points are enough to make your head explode.