We can not address climate change without putting an immediate end to fracking. That declaration is the overarching message of a report published Tuesday, just days ahead of the People's Climate March and the UN Climate Summit in New York City. Put forth by the environmental watchdog Food & Water Watch, The Urgent Case for a Ban on Fracking...
Just days away from what's been billed as the "the largest climate mobilization...
ExxonMobil is continuing its obscenely profitable ($420 billion in sales), ethically deplorable (duh) rampage across the globe, with new projects in Norway, Tanzania, Vietnam and drilling in the Russian Arctic. In response, the brutally honest ExxonHates.com campaign by a coalition of environmental groups has released Exxon Hates the World. Evidently. From the smirking narrator, "The hotter the world gets, the more money we make...Wind and solar? Nice try, hippie."
People's Climate March
Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC)
Friends of the Earth
Food & Water Watch