Category: Environmental Protection

Acts of God vs. Acts of Man

Hurricane Harvey wreaked devastation across Texas last week. After having endured flooding of my home in Louisiana just one year ago, my family and I watched the water slowly rise once more as it rained […]

Beyond Biblical Stewardship: The Utilitarian Conservative Case for Biodiversity Protection

What if I told you that a proposed industrial development that would employ 5,000 workers may not proceed because it would destroy habitat of a scorpion species? Would you argue that the development and the […]

Protecting Future Generations: The Environment/Abortion Dilemma

Shortly after President Trump announced that the United States would pull out of the Paris Agreement, I ran across the following Facebook post: I’m not certain how many yet to be born children of the […]

Jobs, Consumption, and the “Angry” Trump Voter

In President Trump’s inaugural address, he stated: “We must protect our borders from the ravages of other countries making our products, stealing our companies and destroying our jobs.” Trump blames job loss on “bad” trade […]