Tuesday, January 28, 2020

Pipeline resistance broadens: On the day Dakota Access oil flows, go one day without...

Let’s do what it takes to remind the companies, and the government itself, who’s really in charge of the economy.

3 reasons Trump’s EPA pick can’t be trusted with climate science

This is why the man chosen to lead this agency needs to manage science responsibly so it can do its job.

The carbon tax debate isn’t going away. What would the ideal bill look like?

After opposing a Washington state carbon tax in November, climate justice advocates are setting the stage for a more thorough initiative to address both climate change and inequality.

Hundreds of whales stranded on New Zealand beach

Whale stranding is quite common in this area around this time of year, but the recent numbers are shocking.

Jimmy Carter continues his green energy legacy with 10-acre solar farm

“We are honored to work with President Carter and his family on this project in Plains, as President Carter's leadership on renewable energy matters is well known and much appreciated in our industry.”

Dakota Access pipeline approved a week after co-owner’s pipeline spilled 600,000 gallons of oil...

“You could just smell this oil smell. A customer walks in and says ‘nobody smoke.’ You could see it just spewing.”

A good idea, even if it’s from Republicans

That it’s being proposed by Republicans doesn’t make the idea any less worthy.

Oklahoma governor seeks to set nation’s highest tax on wind

“Creating a less competitive energy environment via taxation only hurts consumers.”

Trump names industry lobbyist and climate science denier Mike Catanzaro as top White House...

“This is likely to be the most influential domestic energy policy position within the White House [and] will comfort industry and conservatives who view him as a champion for free-market energy and environment policy.”