drilling

It's that time of year. The cherry blossoms spring to life, there are crowds of school kids on their first trips to Washington
FERC permitted the tree cutting even though the Constitution pipeline had not yet received a Clean Water Act approval from
The state has become a quake capital of the world.
Now every coastal city and town in South Carolina, 100 percent, have come out against offshore exploration and drilling. 100 percent!!!
Without realizing it, many of us are helping out the giant corporations that want to extract and burn every last bit of coal, oil, and gas on the planet.
The secretary of state defends the administration's decision to allow Arctic drilling.
On several occasions over the past few years, Park Rangers for Our Lands has called on the Bureau of Land Management (BLM
Not only do we not need that oil and gas -- we can't even afford to use it if we want to meet the urgent imperative to limit climate disruption.
Tomorrow is an Arctic Day of Action to tell President Obama that allowing Royal Dutch Shell (or anyone) to drill in the Arctic is, as Al Gore put it bluntly yesterday, "insane." Time's running out to prevent a three-way collision between the incompetent, the incomparable and the incomprehensible.
President Obama's own Department of the Interior has already predicted that, if Shell is allowed to proceed with drilling, the likelihood of a large spill is 75 percent. So who's going to clean it up -- and with what completely unproven technology?