Thursday, July 18, 2019

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.

Farming Frogs Can Save Them From Extinction

Diseases are killing off many of Panama’s frog and salamander species. Are there enough animals left to breed them in captivity?

New Study Highlights Big Unknowns of Public Health Harm From Fracking’s Chemical Cocktail

Researchers had information on reproductive and developmental toxicity for only 24 percent of over 1,000 chemicals they looked at.

A Message Of Hope For The New Year

The good news is we are growing, winning progress and getting stronger. If we continue our progress, 2016 will begin the era where the mass social movement cannot be ignored.

Organic Farmers Score New Victory in ‘David and Goliath’ GMO Fight

Jackson County, Oregon wins new protections against cultivation of genetically engineered crops.