Since 2009 the people of Dimock, Pennsylvania, have insisted that, as natural gas companies drilled into their hillsides, shaking and fracturing their ground, their water had become undrinkable. It turned a milky brown, with percolating bubbles of explosive methane gas. People said it made them sick.
John Kerry signed the "Paris Agreement" today in New York
She's bitter-clinging to a safe space away from actual science.
While we wait for "SCOTUS minus Scalia" to rule in favor of clean air...
Obama thinks about drilling offshore in the Atlantic for point three minutes and then says nah.
No wonder the district is very short on science and math teachers...
And the GOP Congress is waiting for a Republican appointee to the high court why?
Final of a three-part series on the Malheur Wildlife Reserve Occupation