No, really! "A former Koch Industries official in charge of research that will shape how the government regulates a class of toxic chemicals contaminating millions of Americans’ drinking water.”
Ethically-challenged Nestlé is preying on the residents of a tiny township in northeastern Pennsylvania to make billions of dollars from spring water pumping.
The blaze, now 134,000 acres, pushes into Yosemite National Park. Each day, what it does depends on the wind.
Fracking boom sucks away precious water from beneath the ground, leaving cattle dead, farms bone-dry and people thirsty.
Authorities say a train carrying flammable and corrosive materials has derailed in Louisiana and about 100 homes have been evacuated as a precaution.
It's been a busy month for climate-related news, so I've decided to present some of it in round-up format to get the news to you more quickly.
When the Environmental Protection Agency abruptly retreated on its multimillion-dollar investigation into water contamination in a central Wyoming natural gas field last month, it shocked environmentalists and energy industry supporters alike.
Vera Scroggins, accompanied by The Environment TV, interviewed Ray, who has documented the changes in his well water since the gas industry began drilling in his hometown of Dimock, PA.
Injection Wells: The Hidden Risks of Pumping Waste Underground.
As I've pointed out several times, the Obama administration left the Bush political appointees in place at the EPA, to the point where the dedicated professionals who were trying to do their jobs were calling the agency "Bush 3." Many of us believe
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