Saturday, April 20, 2019

EPA Releases Study on Pesticides Killing Bees, Gets Sued Immediately by Beekeepers

“A single seed coated with a neonicotinoid insecticide is enough to kill a songbird.”

Cheney, Rothschild, and Fox News’ Murdoch to Drill for Oil in Syria, Violating International...

Dick Cheney, Rupert Murdoch, and Lord Jacob Rothschild and their company Genie Energy are about to make a killing on oil - from the killing in Syria.

China Bans New Coal Mines: Why Hasn’t U.S. Done the Same?

Should President Obama should use his last year in office to effectively put measures in place that keep fossil fuels in the ground?

Animal Rights Activists Lament India’s Lifting Ban on Bullfighting

The bulls are kept in small enclosures and often given alcohol before they are released and tackled by groups of men.

Keystone Lawsuit Illustrates Enviros’ Big Problem With TPP

The Canadian company behind the Keystone Pipeline is suing the U.S. government. It’s a perfect example of why many environmentalists are wary of Obama’s secretive trade deals.

Climate Change Could Cause Power Blackouts Worldwide

Researchers find that drought and rising temperatures will reduce the water supplies that fossil fuel and nuclear power plants need to operate.

EPA Scientists Call Foul on Fracking Study, Say Findings ‘Inconsistent With Data Presented’

Meanwhile, a new paper published Jan. 6 in the Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental and Epidemiology only emphasizes why further evaluations on fracking fluids are a must.

The Climate Movement is Stuck in ‘Groundhog Day,’ Here’s How it Can Break Free

Much like Bill Murray, the climate movement will have to learn from its mistakes and refuse to repeat them.

The People Win Over Shell in Fracking Water Withdrawal Case

In a unanimous ruling, the Appellate Division in Rochester ruled against Shell's Painted Post water withdrawal project.

TransCanada Will Sue Over Keystone XL Rejection

Whatever the outcome, the decision on the pipeline will remain the same.