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One of the arguments used by climate deniers is that the earth is actually in the middle of a cooling period, despite recent record temperatures. In fact, there was a period of cooling but as a new study shows, we are in the middle of a dramatic U-turn and are now experiencing a heat spike. Looking...
03/08/2013
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Credit: Flickr/doneastwestA lesson in how not to reduce gas prices: the White House is backing TransCanada’s bid to build the southern portion of the controversial pipeline Keystone XL pipeline. The section to be built will run from Cushing, Oklahoma to Texas and carry crude oil pumped in the...
03/21/2012
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Credit: Tarsandsaction FlickrYesterday, in a rare win against dirty fossil fuels, the Obama Administration rejected the Keystone XL pipeline permit. The level of backlash against the decision shows that the Administration was correct in its actions to stand up for workers and the environment. The...
01/19/2012
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Credit: AP Photos/J. Scott Applewhite It’s not often that good news comes out of Washington. Today is an exception: the Obama Administration is expected to deny TransCanada’s Keystone XL tar sand pipeline application. The pipeline was intended to bring crude oil from the tar sand pits...
01/18/2012
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What the 99 percent is not: big oil companies that posted $10.3 billion in income last quarter. Yet, a group called the Oil and Natural Gas Industry Labor Management Committee, which has the heads of the American Petroleum Institute, Marathon Oil and Exxon Mobile on its leadership, is behind a...
11/09/2011
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What the 99 percent is not: big oil companies that posted $10.3 billion in income last quarter. Yet, a group called the Oil and Natural Gas Industry Labor Management Committee, which has the heads of the American Petroleum Institute, Marathon Oil and Exxon Mobil on its leadership, is behind a...
11/09/2011
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