Friday, August 23, 2019

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.

The End is Nigh: Repent, Read Fast, Rush the Exits

"I can't decide if I am more surprised that the world hasn't already ended (and this is some phantom universe), that America hasn't fallen on its face, or that Hillary sounds more liberal than ever."

Meet the 20-Year-Old Fighting to End Food Waste While Taking Finals

College sophomore Maria Rose Belding is helping connect more than 200 large-scale food banks nationwide through her online database.

The Future of Food: 16 Most Exciting Stories for 2016

Here we have selected 16 stories that represent the most exciting food trends for 2016.

During Paris Climate Summit, Obama Signed Exxon-, Koch-Backed Bill Expediting Pipeline Permits

The provision sets a specific timeline as to how long environmental reviews should take, setting the limit to just under half a year.

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.