Thursday, May 25, 2017
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Trump administration says it isn’t anti-science as it seeks to slash EPA science office

The Office of Research and Development has been at the front line of virtually every environmental crisis. Trump wants to cut its funding in half.

Taxpayers charged $7 billion a year to subsidize fossil fuels on public lands

"This report makes it clear as day that the Trump agenda is the fossil fuel billionaire agenda."

Trump sued for censorship of climate change data

“The Trump administration's refusal to release public information about its climate censorship continues a dangerous and illegal pattern of anti-science denial.”

Dakota Access Pipeline is already springing leaks

“This is what we have said all along: Oil pipelines leak and spill.”

World holds on to Paris Climate Agreement despite U.S. threats

While the world remains hopeful that Trump won’t cancel America’s participation in the climate deal, last week’s gathering proved that the Paris accord won’t fall apart without the U.S.

World to cut emissions with or without Trump

Officials say future climate action will require farsightedness, political courage, intelligent regulations and getting corporations on board.

Rover pipeline owner disputing millions owed after razing historic Ohio home

Energy Transfer Partners finds itself embattled anew over the preservation of historic sites, this time in Ohio.

The elephant in the room that smells like natural gas

We need to show that where we’re currently heading isn’t where we want to be. We need to talk about natural gas.

Atlantic Coast Pipeline corporate backers fund faulty pro-pipeline poll

With the controversy over the ACP raging on, the public deserves to hear the truth, independent of corporate money aimed at manipulating public opinion.

The paper company threatening ancient boreal forests – and activists and journalists

Resolute Forest Products provides the paper for the nation’s biggest newspapers and publishers. So it’s up to independent media to speak out.