Thursday, May 6, 2021

Struggling to make a profit, fracking investors are searching for the exit

“Banks are losing money and investors are stuck in investments they can’t get rid of.”

Wall Street Journal and Senator Barrasso still peddling Koch’s electric car myths

Senator John Barrasso and the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) editorial board are once again attacking the federal electric vehicle tax credit, and are once...

Sustainability trends that will change 2021

We need to improve sustainability since our future survival relies upon it.

Where does all the radioactive fracking waste go?

A year-long investigation finds a major West Texas disposal site with a patchy record is also importing radioactive oilfield waste from abroad.

Páramos at risk: The interconnected threats to a biodiversity hotspot

The pressures of climate change and human land use could lead to the disappearance of unique biodiversity and vital ecological services.

Trump administration finalizes two rules that ease methane gas regulations

While environmentalists and large oil companies including Shell, BP and ExxonMobil oppose the changes to the rules, the Trump administration said the move will benefit smaller producers.

Pledge to fight the pollution of face masks

Pledge to protect those around us and our environment by wearing reusable face masks.

Climate-friendly farming strategies can improve the land and generate income for farmers

With concerted efforts and investments, they could be expanded to achieve a pace and scale that will help address climate change.

Keystone XL pipeline canceled. Here’s what it means for the future fight against fossil...

“Rescinding KXL’s permit is a promising early signal that the new administration is listening to our concerns and will take issues of climate and Indigenous justice seriously. We have to insist that it not stop there.”

An invisible essential labor force

How the migrant women farmworkers who put food on our tables are organizing for a better life after the pandemic.