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Thursday, December 13, 2018
Construction along the Keystone XL pipeline.

BP pipeline ruptures into CO river

The county where this spill took place has experienced 19 reported spills in 2016, 12 of those incidents were BP.

EPA watered down major fracking study to downplay water contamination risks

EPA scientists are currently revising the study and taking comments from the public and the EPA's Science Advisory Board.

Noam Chomsky: The GOP is still the most dangerous organization in human history

"It's not just Trump, every single Republican leader is the same."

Is historical oil drilling responsible for L.A.’s reputation as earthquake prone?

It cannot be ruled out that the Long Beach earthquake, which killed 115 people, was induced by oil drilling activities.

The Standing Rock victory you didn’t hear about

The day 40 to 50 Native water protectors kept 250 militarized police from attacking camp.

The Looming Environmental Disaster in Missouri that Nobody is Talking About

When an unstoppable underground fire meets radioactive waste in Missouri — nobody really knows what happens next.

Political Cartoonist Fired for Criticizing Monsanto, Big Ag

The cartoonist drew a cartoon depicting the ridiculous profits Big Ag makes in contrast to local farmers.

2016: The year solar panels became cheaper than fossil fuels

The U.S. added about 125 solar panels every minute in 2016. This is double the pace of 2015.

Enough! Trump has abdicated on climate – now it’s up to us

I’ll start with myself. And every time I give up something to reduce carbon emissions, I’ll smile and think of President Trump.

Maryland Passes a Bill to Save Its Bees

Maryland is poised to become the first state to ban a popular pesticide for consumer use.