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Dark Money Is Destroying Our World, Not Just Our Politics
Once again, dark money ruled on Election Day 2014 when a slew of die-hard reactionaries swept into office, their victories clinched by donations from a small group of selfish big money donors. These wealthy funders seem to believe they can hide behind the gates of their fancy estates and not...
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Amid Gas Drilling Boom, Investigators Warn of Systemic Pipeline Safety Hazards
Accidents involving 'high consequence area pipelines,' where people or buildings are more likely to be impacted, have increased in recent years
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Could Drilling Moratorium be 'Nail in Coffin' for Fracking in Scotland?
Energy Minister announces halt on new drilling permits until complete examination of health and environmental is done
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'Capitalism vs. Nature': Dominican Republic Activists Fight to Save Mountain from Mining
Loma Miranda residents have set up camp on mountain grounds to protect it from government exploitation
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Fracking with Our Food: And 7 Other Reasons California Should Ban Toxic Drilling
Avocado. Sprouts. An overpriced, gluten-free bun. Just a few of the special ingredients that turn your average, quarter-pound hamburger into an exotic 'California burger.' Now you can add one more ingredient to the list: a dangerous, highly toxic cocktail of chemicals that are being injected daily...
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Yellowstone Oil Spill Missing from Keystone XL Coverage On CNN, Fox
MSNBC, Other Outlets Put Spill In Context Of Keystone's Environmental Risks
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Scientists Are Clear: Big Winter Storms Influenced by Warming Planet
Warmer oceans and atmosphere likely contributing to the two to three feet of snowfall expected to blanket much of the Northeast
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Obama Proposal to Open Atlantic Waters to Oil and Gas Drilling Slammed As 'Horrible'
'Despite the continued rhetoric by the president, his administration continues to push us in the wrong direction of climate change.'
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The Heat is On: Via Campesina and Allies Challenge Climate Capitalism
A new report by NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) indisputably confirms what many scientists had predicted: 2014 is officially the hottest year on record. And this past year is not an anomaly—the previous ten hottest years on the books have all occurred since 1998...
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Setting Precedent for Public Institutions, Maine University System Pulls Funds From Fossil Fuels
Following years of student organizing, state-wide university system voted Monday to withdraw direct holdings from coal industry
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