Monday, May 25, 2020

Dakota Access Pipeline Construction Temporarily Halted

A federal appeals court will consider whether to delay the project further.

Report: Nearly half of Americans breathing unhealthy air

The EPA recently announced it would not be strengthening the standard for particle pollution or soot, despite the agency’s own analysis showing that strengthening the standard by 25 percent could save 12,500 lives per year.

We have now consumed more resources so far this year than the planet is...

We’ll use 1.7 Earths’ worth of resources this year. Can six pledges make a difference?

A new Earth Day

So, Happy Earth Day. If we actually mean it, we will elect representatives who will force the military to clean it all up.

For 15 years, Energy Transfer Partners pipelines leaked an average of once every 11...

“That’s a red flag for a company that has an extensive network across the country and is building even more pipelines as we speak in Louisiana, Pennsylvania, and other states.”

‘We are still in’: U.S. leaders reaffirm commitment to Paris Agreement

“U.S. leadership on climate change doesn't begin or end in Washington.”

Hey, psst, Prince Charles: Here are some graphs on global heating that maybe even...

Everything Trump says about climate is wrong, and he is incorrigible.

Trump green lights arctic drilling

The company behind the Arctic drilling project has a history of disregard for regulatory compliance.

Standing Rock lawsuit started a year ago. Here’s where we are now

A recent victory has sent the Army Corps of Engineers back to analyze the environmental justice effects of the Dakota Access pipeline.

Amnesty head: Climate crisis is a “death penalty” for humanity. Leaders need political will...

More than a million students are expected to walk out of class on Friday in a Global Climate Strike, with more than...