The film highlights the high cost of the ban on DDT and the millions in Africa and Asia who have died from malaria as a result. Two years ago, the World Health Organization, saying they could no longer ignore the science, approved the use of DDT as a tool against malarial mosquitoes. The film combines interviews with scientists, environmental activists and average citizens to raise concerns about the current wave of regulations and taxes being proposed to fight global warming. You can see clips of the film at the Not Evil Just Wrong Youtube site...Washington Policy Center will be showing "Not Evil Just Wrong" Wednesday at Rachel Carson Elementary (an appropriate location) in Sammamish, WA. Did you know that the ban on DDT that has killed millions was put in place by local hero William Ruckelshaus? Did he base his decision on science? No. Junk Science has the details. "Mine you own Business" is by the same film makers - Phelim McAleer and Ann McElhinney. Rich environmentalists are going to poor regions and fighting against developments that create jobs. Because they like the quaint poverty of Romania, Madagascar and Chile they are happy to deny jobs to the locals. Do the locals prefer outhouses over indoor plumbing? Do they want poverty? Are they willing to have a mine in their region? They speak for themselves in this movie.
See a clip at YouTube.Albert Gore Jr.'s Inconvenient Truth is Fisked at Junk Science. I have heard there is a movie responding to Gore after a British judge ruled that it has nine significant inaccuracies, so when it is shown these inaccuracies must be disclosed. But I couldn't find it.