Topic: Energy

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    Dirty Business

    ‘Dirty Business’ has enough spin to make one dizzy. For 90 minutes, viewers are led around in circles by Rolling Stone reporter Jeff Goodell as he walks us through a confusing hit piece on America’s coal industry. Conspicuously absent from Goodell’s narration is the main reason why coal produces over half of America’s energy in the… read more

  • Above All Else

    ‘Above All Else’ follows the life of David Daniel, one of the few grown-ups in the world who still builds tree forts in the woods. David Daniel and his ragtag group of ‘environmentalists’ decide that the most effective way to stop the construction of the Keystone XL pipeline is to organize a… read more

  • Gasland

    Gasland has been widely praised by critics for its dramatic storytelling and extraordinary visuals—it’s lauded as “one of the most effective and expressive environmental films in recent years.” Environmentalists credit the film with bolstering the anti-fracking movement, encouraging politicians and voters to ban drilling in various states and localities. Yet… read more

  • Gasland 2

    Gasland 2 is the sequel to the equally inaccurate film “Gasland.” If you saw the first film, you can probably spare yourself from sitting through the second. For the most part, this is the same hoax being perpetrated in a different state. Gasland 2 continues to promote the myth that hydraulic fracturing leads to… read more

  • The Atomic States of America

    The Atomic States of America is an embarrassing attempt to fearmonger Americans into opposing nuclear power. The filmmakers use images from the Fukushima nuclear accident in order to frighten Americans into buying their false narrative regarding the safety of nuclear power. An embarrassing attempt to fearmonger Americans into opposing nuclear power. If… read more