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"This book is the first one I've seen that tells the truth and lays it on the line." -- Patrick Moore, Greenpeace co-founder
Developing countries need to be free to make their own decisions how to improve their people's lives. Great book!" -- CS Prakash, Professor of plant genetics, Tuskegee University
Eco-Imperalism provides terrific intellectual ammunition and is outstandingly written." -- Rabbi Daniel Lapin, Toward Tradition
Paul Driessen is a senior fellow with the Atlas Economic Research Foundation, the Committee for A Constructive Tomorrow, and the Center for the Defense of Free Enterprise, which are nonprofit public policy institutes.During a 25-year career that included staff tenures with the United States Senate, Department of Interior and an energy trade association he has spoken and written frequently.
Within the harmony of the universe, within you and me, if the variability trait ends we die. Climate changes within a rich pattern which looking at from a great distance of time... Read morePublished 3 months ago by F. Henley
Extremely powerful! Forget what you THINK you know about the environmental movement.Published 6 months ago by C Morabito
There are a lot of good ideas in this book. 1) Prosperity requires cheap energy. At the present moment, no “green” energy is cheap. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Roger Sweeny
This is an outstanding statement on how the European elites, environmental greens and their NGO, corporate and governmental allies want to subjugate the world and renounce economic... Read morePublished 8 months ago by George D. Klein, author, Dissensions
I'm not as green as Kermit the frog, but I try to do my part, recycling when I can, reducing use of plastics, and avoiding toxic pesticides and herbicides as much as possible. Read morePublished on August 23, 2012 by Spudman
Driessen has received many accolades for his work. After years of study, he reveals the dark secrets behind the ideological, environmental movement. Read morePublished on March 8, 2010 by Scott Walker
Without commenting on the OVERALL value of this book I would like to focus on a specific and worrisome shortcoming, viz. Read morePublished on February 19, 2010 by Fred Clancey
What you read here is what you may see in your countries. In my case, before reading this book, I knew that environmentalist do not worry much about important facts other than... Read morePublished on December 20, 2009 by Luis Mansilla
I shifted from four to five stars despite the gaps in this book's coverage because on second reading, it does what it set out to do very very well. Read morePublished on June 14, 2009 by Robert David STEELE Vivas