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'Unbelievable, Terrible': Forest Service OKs Fracking in Largest National Forest on East Coast
'The President can protect the climate and public health, or he can continue to promote fracking. He cannot do both.'
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A New Congress, Fossil-Fueled Republicanism, and Planetary Disaster
The 'Grand Oil Party' takes Washington by storm
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'Tactics as Dirty as Their Oil': Leaked Docs Reveal TransCanada's Propaganda Plan
Documents show that oil and gas companies are placing serious resources of time, money, and personnel into countering the growing climate justice movement. "What this speaks to is that they are losing," says one campaigner whose group has been targeted by company strategy.
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No Time To Spare: Capitalism and Justice in the Age of Climate Change
In Review: Naomi Klein's This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs. the Climate
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More Than 300 A Year: New Analysis Shows Devastating Impact of Pipeline Spills
'There’s no way to get around the fact that oil and gas pipelines are dangerous and have exacted a devastating toll on people and wildlife,' attorney says
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Greenpeace Activists Wounded After Being Rammed by Spanish Navy
The incident took place during a non-violent direct action against oil drilling in the Canary Islands
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Yes, They Really Are Proposing Trashing the Motherland For 50 Jobs
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Day Before Vote, Activists Bring #NOKXL Fight to Democratic Senator's Front Door
'Authorizing Keystone XL is an act of war against our people,' South Dakota tribal president declares
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Four Die, One Injured in Chemical Leak at Texas Plant
Workers exposed to methyl mercaptan, chemical used in insecticides
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Fossil Free Canada Convergence Deepens an International Movement
As a junior in college, I helped to organize a conference at my alma mater, Swarthmore. A number of us had traveled to Appalachia two years prior on a school-funded trip to visit with communities resisting mountaintop removal coal mining there. Upon returning, we decided to start what would become...
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