Sunday, April 11, 2021

Argentina’s illegal oil and gas waste dumps show ‘dark side’ of Vaca Muerta Drilling,...

“The companies will leave our country without cleaning up or repairing the profound damage caused to the lands much less compensating the neighborhoods and communities affected.”

Electronic waste is now in decline

“People are slowly realizing… the need to ensure domestic supply.”

BMW’s Mini Cars to go all electric by 2030

BMW, a German carmaker, will introduce the last gas model of the Mini range in 2025 and go all-electric by 2030 with...

Analysis: Canceled Keystone XL Pipeline driving major safety changes in Canadian oil-by-rail

This latest development in safety in Canadian oil-by-rail transportation proves just how broken the regulatory system remains.

Teenage activists post signs to warn of toxic air in London neighborhoods

"We took action so that lawmakers, decision makers and politicians finally take this climate and air quality crisis seriously, for everyone's sake."

Paving roads in plastic can help with pollution problem

“Recycled plastic binders are ‘closing the loop’ by using plastic that had been used for something else and giving it new life, keeping the plastic out of our landfills and oceans.”

Empire State Building powered completely with renewable energy

We continue to advance our commitment to solutions that reduce our environmental impact.

Humans have destroyed two-thirds of world’s rainforest

“The good news is that we have an area half the size of Europe that is still completely intact.”

Rutgers University makes ‘powerful decision’ to divest from fossil fuel

“This decision aligns with Rutgers’ mission to advance public health and social justice.”

Biden administration restores protections for migratory birds

This move is President Joe Biden’s latest effort to swiftly roll back his predecessor’s four-year legacy of energy and environmental deregulation.