Derrick Z. Jackson: Roe v. Wade Draft Bodes Ill for Air, Wetlands and EPA
If Alito’s draft remains the foundation of the court’s final ruling, then he is also likely prepared to let white-run industry off the hook for fouling the land, air, rivers, and lakes, poisoning communities, which today are disproportionately of color.
Jeff Goodell: 10 Reasons to be Optimistic (Without Being Naive) About Climate Change
These are dark times, but hope is not lost nor foolish, and change has already begun.
Benjamin Franta: What Big Oil knew about climate change, in its own words￼￼￼￼￼
On Oct. 28, 2021, Exxon CEO Darren Woods testified that his company’s public statements “are and have always been truthful” and that the company “does not spread disinformation regarding climate change.” But here’s what corporate documents from the past six decades show.
Basav Sev: Paying Politicians to Criminalize Protest
More communities are standing up to pipelines. The fossil fuel industry wants to make that a felony.
George Monbiot: Oil Strike
The fossil fuel industry intends to accelerate production, spending nearly $5 trillion in the next 10 years on developing new reserves. It is committed to ecocide.
Jenni Monet: What Standing Rock Gave the World
Americans saw the Indigenous struggle—the violence, stolen resources, colluding corporations and governments—that goes hand in hand with protecting the Earth. At the height of the movement at Standing Rock, Indigenous … Continue reading →
Video: Our Survival Depends On Keeping The Oil In The Ground
Humanity’s survival depends on not burning two-thirds of our global oil reserves, so we must act now by limiting fossil fuel extraction. The highly biodiverse Amazon basin is a keystone … Continue reading →
Oil companies fracking into drinking water sources, Stanford University research shows
Energy companies are fracking for oil and gas at far shallower depths than widely believed, sometimes through underground sources of drinking water, according to research released Tuesday by Stanford University … Continue reading →