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3M to pay Minnesota $850M in surprise settlement over chemical disposal

"3M fought for almost a decade ... spending hundreds of millions on lawyers to dodge their way around the law ... but today became their day of reckoning!"

Michiganders fight back against water privatization as Nestlé tries to increase water intake

Residents are building a movement across the state – writing letter, holding town meetings and going door-to-door – to "protect their most important local resource."

Ireland puts a halt on future fossil fuel exploration

Climate Energy Bill is the newest legislature passed by the Irish government to protect the environment and effects of climate change.

Coal lobbyist hosted fundraisers for senators evaluating his nomination for top EPA post

Andrew Wheeler raised funds for Republican senators on the committee that makes the preliminary decision on confirming appointments to the agency.

Solar jobs take a hit after seven years of rapid growth

"After six years of rapid and steady growth, the solar industry faced headwinds that led to a dip in employment in 2017."

Republicans in Nebraska are trying to restrict wind power development by labeling it as...

One dangerous provision in the bill would redefine the term “renewable energy generation facility” by removing the word “wind” from the list of designated facilities.
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Trump ‘didn’t really care’ about arctic drilling until oil industry friend called

"I really didn't care about it," he said. "Then when I heard that everybody wanted it, for 40 years, everybody tried to get it approved, 'Make sure you don't lose ANWR.'"

National Monuments open for business: Mining and drilling to begin on public lands

Today marks the "largest rollback of protections for public lands and waters in U.S. history."

It takes FIVE MILLION gallons of freshwater to frack a single gas well

Five million gallons equals 250,000 bathtubs, or seven Olympic-sized swimming pools.

Ending pollution requires a major change in attitudes

Its up to us, each and every one of us to consciously live in an environmentally responsible manner.