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We Cannot Fight Climate Change With Capitalism, Says Report
The world's economies are totally unprepared for rapid climate change, rising social inequality and the end of cheap energy.
Pope Francis Warns Oil Executives That Fossil Fuels Threaten Humanity
He calls for urgent transition to alternative energy at Vatican meeting.
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U.S. Blames Russia For Cyberattacks On Electricity Grid
By Dustin Volz and Timothy Gardner, Reuters
The move marks the first time the United States has publicly accused Moscow of hacking into American energy infrastructure.
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Despite Attacking Renewables, Trump Team Says It Loves All Energy Sources
"As long as it’s made in America, I’m good with it," Secretary Ryan Zinke said Friday.
All Politics is Local...but so is Energy Development
Executive Director, Ohio Environmental Council
This changing landscape has major implications for elections: if all politics are local, energy development just got local
Equal Ground for Energy Development and Conservation
Program Director, Vet Voice Foundation
As a veteran, I find myself in complete agreement. It's not an either-or question. The key is to direct oil and gas development to the right places, and to set aside some lands that are too special to drill.
National Parks Deserve to Be Protected From Oil and Gas Development
CEO, American Wind Energy Association
We must not allow large-scale oil and gas field development via fracking to pollute and deplete park watersheds, foul park air quality, fragment habitat for park wildlife, and create excessive industrial sound, and light pollution near our parks.
Wyoming's Bighorn Basin Faces Oil And Gas Development (PHOTOS)
-- From Dave Showalter: This past week, photographer Dave Showalter joined the GYC, Lighthawk, and the International League
Libya: The Resource Curse Strikes Again
Sen. Dick Lugar
Sen. Ben Cardin
Our energy challenges are shared among nations, and their resolution requires both domestic action and international cooperation. A concerted global effort to end the secrecy that often surrounds energy development is a good place to start.
The Southern Ute Paradox: Has The Billion-Dollar Tribe Become Too Corporate?
Less than a century ago, the Southern Utes were barely hanging on, squeezed onto an unremarkable sliver of reservation land
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