Thursday, April 22, 2021

LA lays out detailed paths to achieve 100 percent clean energy by 2045

LA100 helped LA set ambitious goals to transform it's electricity supply and electrify the buildings and transportation sectors to "combat climate change while capturing health and economic benefits."

Tell the Obama Administration to Abandon the Dakota Access Pipeline

Sign the petition and stand with the thousands of professionals, and the Standing Rock Sioux, to tell the Obama administration to permanently cancel construction on the Dakota Access Pipeline.

Gov. Cuomo Rejects the Constitution Pipeline, Huge Win for the Anti-Fracking Movement

The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation just denied a key permit to companies seeking to build a 124-mile fracked gas pipeline.

Voices and Stories from the NYC Climate March

Across the country and the world last Friday, kids and adults marched and rallied in solidarity in a Climate Strike. The NYC...

How the Koch machine quietly pushed for the Dakota Access Pipeline and stands to...

Dakota Access appears poised to line the pocketbooks of Koch Industries, which funnels millions of dollars to his own employer.

Exxon may crush bailout hopes for suffering fracking companies

With the current crisis and Exxon and the American Petroleum Institute apparently working against the shale industry, it probably won't be a long wait until shale is just a bunch of “ghosts or zombies.”

Why Was 2014 Hottest Year on Record? The Humans Did It

The most important thing President Obama did for the environment was not to block Keystone XL, but to throw billions in research and development money at solar panel research for a sweltering humankind.

Did plans to export US ethane help fund accused Russian spy Maria Butina?

“I think the gravity of what we were doing in big picture stuff is not lost on any of us.”

Your personal consumption choices can’t save the planet: We have to confront capitalism

To stave off disaster, we must transform the economic system driving climate change.

Government loophole sacrificed $18 billion to Big Oil

The loophole dates back to a 1995 law that urged companies to drill in the Gulf of Mexico by offering oil companies a break from paying royalties on the oil produced.