Monday, August 26, 2019
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Leonardo DiCaprio Uses Oscar Speech to Spread Awareness on Climate Change

DiCaprio, who has been nominated several times but won for the first last night, accepted the award for Best Actor for his film The Revenant.

New poll shows widespread bipartisan interest in electric cars

This strong majority carried across all demographic groups, with seven out of every 10 self-identified Republican voters viewing electric vehicles positively.

Gas pipeline explosion kills 1 and injures 5

Alabama is currently in a massive drought and is vulnerable to wildfires, making these events all the more dangerous.

Alicia Silverstone poses nude for PETA and animal rights

Although PETA’s protest techniques are a bit unorthodox, they successfully continue to raise awareness against animal cruelty and rampant abuse.

Ken Bone Works for Coal Company Opposed to Climate Regulations

“I got no funding of any kind. I work in coal and I care deeply about the environment.”

Colorado Supreme Court Upholds State Power, Says Cities Can’t Impose Fracking Bans

The governor’s task force has failed to provide Coloradans with a way to protect their homes, families and futures from this dangerous, industrial activity.

Kenya joins growing fight against plastic pollution

Kenya's plastic bag ban, which begins in September, will require sweeping changes to business as usual.

Montana eased regulations for Keystone XL after lobbying by TransCanada

By the year’s end, TransCanada expects to make a final decision on whether to proceed with Keystone XL.

220 ‘Significant’ Pipeline Spills Already This Year Exposes Troubling Safety Record

The number of significant pipeline incidents grew 26.8 percent from 2006 to 2015.

Groups slam Zinke’s ‘backroom deals’ to build road through Alaskan wildlife refuge

“These records expose yet another of Secretary Zinke’s secretive, backroom deals to sell off and sell out our public lands and wildlife.”