Wednesday, February 1, 2023

Oil pipeline CEO tells Federal Energy Conference: ‘It’s a great time to be in...

The EIA conference, hosted by the federal agency that tracks energy industry trends and statistics, would focus on a decidedly different topic: the booming oil and gas industry.

Peru’s newest national park safeguards 2 million acres of Amazon Rainforest

The designation is intended to conserve the region's precious biodiversity and protect the sacred lands of the indigenous communities that live around Yaguas.

Police in Minnesota are using private security firms to target anti-pipeline organizers

“It’s clear that Enbridge is doing everything they can to have a very highly skilled force of security and law enforcement at their fingertips to do what they can to stop any resistance to Line 3.”

China bans single-use plastic straws and shopping bags

China is one of the world's biggest users of single-use plastic and in 2010, produced 60 million tonnes of plastic waste.

Seattle makes history – passes ‘tax the rich’ income tax

Kshama Sawant: “When we fight, we win.”

Patriotic Millionaires urge global leaders to combat tax avoidance through wealth tax on world’s...

"We need to foster a recovery beyond regressing to the same-old, same-old. We need to tax the rich.”

Study confirms extinction risk of reptiles could have ‘devastating’ effect on ecosystem

A study conducted by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Red List of Threatened Species warned that the extinction...

Supreme Court weighs voting rights in a pivotal Arizona case

The case considers two Arizona laws that place limits on how and when Arizonans can vote.

Liberals are criticizing the Korea Summit from the Right. Here’s why they have it...

With an end to the 68-year Korean War finally in sight, some U.S. “progressives” are pushing Trump to be more hardline – despite the fact that Koreans overwhelmingly want peace.

Trump administration and California are on collision course over vehicle emissions rules

It sets up an unprecedented legal battle between California and the federal government while breaking with decades of practice on regulating tailpipe pollution.