Wednesday, January 19, 2022

Tag: gas

Protests at the pump

The first major protest of the post-Communist era in Eastern Europe was not about corruption. It wasn’t about disappointments with democracy.

Living closer to oil and gas drilling linked to higher risk...

Fracking aside, it’s proximity that matters.

UK’s tax breaks for oil and gas ‘unlawful’ and harm climate...

The judicial review was brought against two defendants, the Oil and Gas Authority and the Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy.

Campaign to shut down New England’s last coal plant is doing...

New Hampshire's No Coal No Gas campaign deployed kayaktivists and a garden blockade as part of its latest day of mass action aimed at closing Merrimack Station.

Bankers eager to continue funding oil and gas

Comments from a recent energy industry conference reveal major financiers of fossil fuels view environmental and social investing concerns as a trend to “inoculate” against.

How a powerful US lobby group helps big oil to block...

“I think it’s fair to say that API and its prominent member companies have a broadly shared goal, which is to keep the social license of the oil and gas industry operating, and therefore enabling them to continue to extract oil and gas for as long as possible, as profitably as possible.”

We don’t need another oil pipeline

Will the fight over a northern Minnesota pipeline project have global repercussions?

Fracking 101: What you should know

Modern fracking emerged so quickly, faster than its impacts were understood.

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

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

How the fracking revolution is killing the US oil and gas...

“Does investing in oil and gas companies still make sense?”

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Ominous history in real time: Where we are now in the USA

This article is adapted from the new edition of Norman Solomon’s book “Made Love, Got War,” just published as a free e-book.

How Joe Manchin betrayed America’s working families

Ed Barnette long ago realized that affordable child care and paid sick leave, among other resources, would be essential to helping West...

Billionaires ‘had a terrific pandemic’ while inequality killed millions: Oxfam

Oxfam International's latest report on global inequality finds that while the 10 richest individuals in the world more than doubled their collective...

How much crass irrationality can self-government stand? Can community wisdom offset howls for mob...

Trump-proof elections – with energized agendas, expanded voting, critical thinking and compassion Like delivery companies, food production, and all...

Personal Interview: Cynthia McKinney What are the prospects for peace?

Cynthia McKinney, an American politician and assistant professor at North South University, Bangladesh, gives an honest assessment of both U.S. foreign and military policy to offer her most current thoughts and insights.