“The negative impacts of methane have been widely acknowledged for years, so it’s frustrating and disappointing to see the administration go in a different direction.”
SoCalGas, nation’s largest gas utility, sues California over climate policy for not ‘maximizing the...
The SoCalGas lawsuit “is a flailing and petulant move by [the] gas industry willing to try anything to prevent California from moving past fossil fuels.”
“What is best for big business and Washington lobbyists is rarely what is best for local communities.”
“It’s time the state put our lives first, not the interests of the oil and gas industry.”
"This is a once-in-a-generation opportunity to really change the direction of society. We do not have to go back to where we were, because times of crisis are also the time to change."
An appeals court overruled the shutdown of DAPL, pending a full environmental review. The fight against a pipeline that provoked unprecedented resistance continues.
“We’ve long known that as climate change takes hold, the effects would be especially pronounced in the Arctic.”
On the day that had been initially set as a deadline for shutting down the Dakota Access Pipeline, a federal appeals court today issued an order that effectively allows oil to continue flowing for now.
“Our data indicate that with the continued growth of greenhouse gas emissions, the temperature effects of climate change are projected to be five times deadlier than recent U.S. flu seasons."
Climate activists say this latest effort, even if motivated by monetary loss for BP rather than concern for the environment, is a win.