All Articles on Methane

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Unconventional Coal Technologies 'Could Blow the Global Carbon Budget'
Underground Coal Gasification and Coal Chemicals represent 'not just a crime against our planet, but a crime against humanity'
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Fracking Tycoon Admits Democrats Better for Business Than GOP
Whether the Democratic Party will continue to support fracking has become a hot-button issue during this year's presidential campaign
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Federal Report Appears to Undercut EPA Assurances on Water Safety In Pennsylvania
Dimock, one of many places where gas drilling boomed in Pennsylvania, gets a sobering take on the quality of its drinking water.
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Whistleblower: EPA Officials Covered Up Toxic Fracking Emissions for Years
'The cover-up has allowed the industry to dig in for years of delay in cutting emissions—at the worst possible time'
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Scientists Say Canada's Proposed LNG Port Threatens Paris Climate Accord
The British Columbia project 'will emit at least 11.5 million tonnes of CO2 per year, not including downstream emissions when the gas is burned in Asia'
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In 'Epic Fight for Justice,' Activists Descend on Chevron Meeting
Like ExxonMobil, Chevron rejected a host of resolutions aimed at addressing its role in climate change
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'Everyday There's Resistance': Peaceful Pipeline Protesters Arrested in NY
Hundreds of peaceful demonstrators in upstate New York blocked construction of a methane gas pipeline
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UN Assessment: Global Destruction of Mother Earth on Fast Track
Without a change in current trends, 'the state of the world's environment will continue to decline'
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Justice for Berta Caceres Incomplete Without Land Rights: UN Rapporteur
The murder of Honduran Indigenous woman Berta Caceres is only too familiar to Victoria Tauli-Corpuz, the UN’s Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. All around the world, Indigenous peoples are murdered, raped and kidnapped when their lands fall in the path of deforestation, mining...
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'Wholly Inadequate': Environmentalists Decry EPA's New Methane Rules
EPA released first rules to reduce methane leaks from oil and gas wells, but regs don't apply to old facilities responsible for majority of toxic emissions
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