Wednesday, April 1, 2020

Unique female white giraffe and calf killed at hands of illegal poachers in Kenya

"Its killing is a blow to tremendous steps taken by the community to conserve rare and unique species, and a wake-up call for continued support to conservation efforts.”

North Dakota’s carbon capture project Tundra another ‘expensive greenwashing’ attempt to bail out coal...

Project Tundra's boosters are frank about the project's intent: To maintain coal's primary role in North Dakota's energy mix.

Coronavirus and climate change: How eco-activists can use this terrible moment to help save...

One major lesson from the pandemic is that we can save the planet from climate change.

Coal industry group asks federal lawmakers to cut funding for Black Lung Program, citing...

I find it appalling that coal companies are attempting to kneecap critical programs that help former coal regions and sick miners during this #COVID19 crisis.

With nation distracted by public health and economic crises, Trump moves to allow GMO...

"It's a no-brainer that this kind of pesticide-intensive agriculture shouldn't be allowed on public lands that are critical to wildlife conservation and preservation of the unique ecosystems of the southeastern U.S."

Trump administration’s attempt to log largest national forest in US denied by federal judge

“This is a huge win for wildlife, climate, and all people’s voices on the most biologically diverse and vulnerable island on the Tongass National Forest.”

World’s banks have given $2.7 trillion to fossil fuels since Paris Agreement begun, study...

In this new decade, the climate emergency is clearer than ever, with emissions cuts of almost 5 percent necessary by 2030.

Meet the climate science deniers who downplayed COVID-19 risks

American Council on Science and Health is one of several organizations promoting climate science denial that are now spreading misinformation on the coronavirus, with potentially deadly consequences.

Exxon now wants to write the rules for regulating methane emissions

The current regulatory system in America does not protect the public interest.

Court requires EPA to protect communities against worst-case chemical spills

“It is way beyond time for EPA to exercise the moral and political courage to protect these overburdened communities from the daily assaults on their health and quality of life.”