Using her knowledge for good, McElhinney has produced two documentaries, Mine Your Own Business and Not Evil Just Wrong, to combat radical environmentalism. She says these documentaries should be shown to students across the nation to help give them some balanced perspective on the issue.
At it's heart, the radical environmental movement is a religious movement, but their goddess doesn't care about people or animals. Research and development of medicines have great benefits for extending the lives of animals, and we have a greater variety of plants, too.
McElhinney reminds people, "Instead their objections are based on a fundamentally anti-development ideology: nature is good; interfering with nature is bad; and the human instinct to improve on nature is hubris. Their love affair with all things natural and organic -- the so-called 'simple life' -- is wholly superstitious and irrational."
Have humans made some errors along the way? Yes, but thankfully most people have learned from them.
Facts are vital, but McElhinney also says that we need to tell stories showing the reality of this deadly environmental religion. (I encourage you to listen to McElhinney, she's a hoot.)
You might consider buying the DVDs to show in your neighborhood schools and libraries, or consider hosting events around your community. Before you host something, find material to augment these videos at BreakPoint.org, Cornwall Alliance, and Acton Institute.
There are other people and organizations who have done a lot of responsible work in the area of proper stewardship of the earth. Let us know about them, and the real stories of people who are suffering from bad policies.