Friday, April 10, 2020

5 disturbing DAPL developments you need to know

As one demonstrator told the publication, “There’s a very real possibility that once the new president is inaugurated, our voices won't matter.”
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West Virginia candidate ousted from hearing for reading industry donors. But bill she opposed...

“We need to reject this bill. Let's start valuing our people and stop making it quicker and easier for multi-million dollar companies to take advantage of people in our state.”

Exxon wins New York climate fraud lawsuit

"Nothing in this opinion is intended to absolve ExxonMobil from responsibility for contributing to climate change through the emission of greenhouse gasses in the production of its fossil fuel products."

Meet the Lobbyists and Big Money Interests Pushing to End the Oil Exports Ban

Utilizing the #KeepTheBan hashtag on Twitter, groups such as the Center for Biological Diversity and Food and Water Watch are pushing for citizens to call the White House and congressional members and tell them not to lift the ban.

On the precipice

Worlds end. Every day. We all die sooner or later. When you get to my age, it’s a subject that can’t help but...

While the Amazon burns, Brazil’s indigenous peoples rise up

A record outbreak of fires is incinerating the Amazon, the largest remaining tropical rainforest in the world, which is home to at least one in...

Raising our paddles

Climate change threatens all of us, so we must all act together to stop this.

What, me worry?

Trump responds to a stark UN panel warning on climate change.

91% of plastic isn’t recycled, new study finds

“We as a society need to consider whether it’s worth trading off some convenience for a clean, healthy environment."

Progressive Briefing for Thursday, August 16, 2018

Intellectually bankrupt GOP, California cities pledge to oppose offshore drilling, White House revokes security clearance of ex-CIA director, and more.