All Articles on Methane

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Pennsylvanians Beg Scotland to Reject First Shipment of US Fracked Gas
'Fracking should not happen here in Scotland, and our country should not profit from it happening anywhere else'
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Over 200 Groups Demand EPA Revise Dangerously Flawed Fracking Study
Groups charge that the EPA has "done the public a disservice" by helping promote a toxic drilling method
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Costa Rica Has Been Running on 100 Percent Renewable Energy for Months
Costa Rica's electrical grid has relied solely on renewable energy sources for 76 days straight, aiming for an all-renewable future
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NASA Study Nails Fracking as Source of Massive Methane 'Hot Spot'
The 2,500-square mile plume is said to be the largest concentration of the potent greenhouse gas in the country
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McKibben: Time to Declare a War (Literally) on Climate Change
'It’s not that global warming is like a world war. It is a world war. And we are losing.'
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A man from Dimock, Pa., holds up a jug of brown-colored tap water in front of an EPA building. News
EPA's Own Advisory Board Demands Revision of Deeply Flawed Fracking Report
Panel of independent scientists tells EPA to revise report that said fracking did not have "widespread, systemic impacts" on drinking water
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An oil refinery in Washington state. News
Washington County Shocks Big Oil With Ban on Fossil Fuel Exports
Coastal Whatcom County, known for welcoming industry, surprised oil executives and environmentalists alike with 60-day fossil fuel export moratorium
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Climate Change is Here and Now, Dire NOAA Report Warns
'The impacts of climate change are no longer subtle. They are playing out before us, in real time'
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Melting Permafrost Releases Deadly, Long-Dormant Anthrax in Siberia
"This week's anthrax outbreak signals that global warming is transforming Siberia's lonely wilderness into a feverish nightmarescape"
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Landmark Human Rights Complaint Lodged Against World's Worst Polluters
In unprecedented case, Filipino governmental body accuses carbon-polluting corporations of violating people's rights to "life, food, water, sanitation, adequate housing, and to self determination"
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