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Thursday, September 26, 2013

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Fracking Victims Demand EPA Reopen Investigations Into Poisoned Drinking Water

Americans Against Fracking / Stop the Frack Attack  

Residents personally harmed by gas drilling and fracking held a press conference in front of the White House yesterday and delivered 250,000 petition signatures...

A Real-Time Look at Sea Level Rise Caused By Climate Change


The city of Norfolk represents a real-time look at what other coastal cities will face if steps aren’t taken to prepare for the future. Sea level rise is a slow-moving threat...

Renewable Energy Barn Built in Path of Keystone XL Pipeline

Bold Nebraska   

Due to the location of the Build Our Energy Barn, should President Obama ultimately approve a permit for Keystone XL, TransCanada will either have to reroute the pipeline, or demolish a community-serving, sustainable energy...

California Chefs Join Together to Fight Fracking

Food & Water Watch  

In states like Pennsylvania, Colorado and Ohio, grazing animals have gotten sick and died after drinking fracking runoff and water from farm wells near fracking operations and in Kern County, CA, one farmer lost millions of dollars worth of almond...

State Department Ignores Keystone XL Impact on Endangered Species

Center for Biological Diversity   

“The State Department has tried to sweep the worst impacts of the Keystone XL under the rug. Its analysis is like a shell game, where spills, power lines and other unavoidable consequences of the pipeline are hidden...
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