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A fracking well flare in Scott Township, Pennsylvania. News
Trump's Interior Dept to Retract Obama-Era Fracking Rule
' Trump is making it clear that he thinks we need more fracking operations contaminating our drinking water, causing earthquakes, and polluting our environment'
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On First Day in Office, Zinke Axes Rule Protecting Wildlife from Lead Poisoning
After he rode to work on a horse
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Sparking 'The Fight of a Lifetime,' Senate Puts Fossil Fuel Ally at Helm of EPA
Democratic Senators Heidi Heitkamp (N.D.) and Joe Manchin, (W.Va.) joined Republicans to vote in favor of Scott Pruitt
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#Earth2Trump: Campaign Kicking Off to Galvanize Resistance
Sixteen-city tour will 'rally and empower defenders of civil rights and the environment'
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Trump’s United States of Oilmen
Rex Tillerson represents an existential threat to the planet and his nomination to be the next secretary of state must be rejected
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The Hall of Biodiversity at the American Museum of Natural History in New York, NY. Views
Mainstreaming Biodiversity: A Real Solution to the Devastation of Nature?
4 December marks the start of the Conference of the Parties of the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD COP). While not as well-known as the climate COPs, this conference responds to a complex crisis that is both as threatening and urgent as the climate crisis. Globally, biodiversity is being...
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Oklahoma Earthquake Shows Fracking's Potential for "Serious Harm"
"We don't need a major earthquake that claims lives and costs millions in damage to tell us the rapid increase in fracking...is the cause"
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Why Oregon Standoff Verdicts Set Dangerous and Far-Reaching Precedent
Malheur acquittals raise stakes for next year’s trial in Nevada and beyond
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Endangered Species 'Get Fighting Chance' with Climate Change Ruling
Appeals court says federal agencies may list species as 'threatened' based on climate change projections
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Will the Gulf of Mexico Remain a Dumping Ground for Offshore Fracking Waste?
When you think of a fracking site, the image that comes to mind is probably a bare-scraped well pad in a rural or maybe suburban landscape, topped with a drilling rig and other industrial infrastructure, and a fleet of trucks to haul materials needed for the controversial process that involves high...
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