Monday, May 17, 2021

Hillary Clinton State Department Emails Contain Redacted Job Description for Top Energy Diplomat

Private emails from Hillary Clinton, the presidential candidate and former U.S. Secretary of State, revealed a fully redacted job description for State Department International Energy Coordinator/Diplomat-at-Large.

Earth Day activists wanted to disrupt the fossil fuel industry. The pandemic is doing...

We need to speed the transition to the solar panels and wind turbines that engineers have worked so mightily to improve and are now the cheapest way to generate power.

Biden can restore the EPA, but it will require steadfast effort

The Biden administration must focus on science and enforcement, reverse Trump deregulation efforts and reenergize EPA employment.

PETA Proposes Shareholder Vote to Return SeaWorld Animals to the Ocean

PETA recently submitted a shareholder resolution to retire SeaWorld’s captive animals as attendance, revenue and stock prices continue to plummet. Will PETA win the shareholder vote?

Addressing the climate crisis strengthens economies, new research finds

"Combating climate change is not a matter for one country. It requires collective action and cooperation from all countries around the world."
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Indigenous communities on the frontline as two climate change-fueled hurricanes slam Central America

“It’s caused a lot of damages to the most vulnerable peoples, which tends to be Indigenous peoples, Afro-descendants and Black communities all across Central America.”

Youth climate activists change legal strategy

They will ask the court to rule the U.S. energy system violates their constitutional rights to due process and equal protection under the law, and to order the U.S. government to establish a plan to transition off of fossil fuels.

Making Science History

The Koch brothers are buying up museum boards to influence others of their junk climate theories. Isn’t it odd that infamous science-deniers are directing a science museum?

Could Biden’s climate policy invite more militarism?

Climate change poses an existential threat. That doesn’t mean we should further empower an already bloated Pentagon.

Groups challenge Trump administration’s delisting of gray wolves

The lawsuit claims the United States Fish and Wildlife Service made a decision "based on politics, not science."