FOSSIL FUEL

“Retired Miner With Black Lung Begs EPA To Save Power Plant Rules: ‘We’re Literally Dying’


HUFFINGTON POST

“In 2014, Stanley Sturgill traveled 1,300 miles from his home in Harlan County, Kentucky, to Denver, where the Environmental Protection Agency held one of four public hearings and 11 listening sessions on new rules to limit pollution from power plants. The retired coal miner ― diagnosed with black lung and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease from his years toiling underground ― begged the agency for help: “We’re dying, literally dying for you to help us.” MORE

“Coal CEO gets real on Trump’s coal jobs promise: “He can’t bring them back””


SALON

Robert Murray is no friend of carbon dioxide restrictions, but he is a realist about creating more coal jobs

“Chevron is first oil major to warn investors of risks from climate change lawsuits”


THINK PROGRESS

Big Oil’s lies about the existential risk posed by its product are now catching up with the industry and threatening profits.

Big Oil’s lies about the existential risk posed by its product are now catching up with the industry and threatening profits.

“It’s Hard To Overstate How Anti-Environment Donald Trump’s Cabinet Picks Are”


HUFFINGTON POST

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“The next Standing Rock: Fossil fuel battles loom across North America”


THINK PROGRESS

From Virginia to Vancouver, B.C., communities are getting ready to fight big fossil fuel projects.

From Virginia to Vancouver, B.C., communities are getting ready to fight big fossil fuel projects.

“Monumental victory for Standing Rock protesters”


MSNBC

Lawrence talks to Dave Archambault, Chairman of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, and actor and activist Shailene Woodley about the Army Corps of Engineers' decision to block the Dakota Access Pipeline.

Lawrence talks to Dave Archambault, Chairman of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, and actor and activist Shailene Woodley about the Army Corps of Engineers’ decision to block the Dakota Access Pipeline.

“Police turn water cannons on Dakota Access protesters in below-freezing temperatures”


THINK PROGRESS

Violent confrontations between Native American protesters and militarized police continue.

Violent confrontations between Native American protesters and militarized police continue.

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