oil and gas exploration
Greenlanders have experienced some of the good and much of the bad of such “imperial” investment.
President Barack Obama said Sunday that he planned to ask Congress to declare much of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge
BOOM. BOOM. BOOM-BOOM-BOOOOOMMMMM! Annoying, isn't it? But guess what -- that's what life will be like for marine mammals in the Atlantic Ocean now that the Obama administration has re-opened the East Coast, from Delaware to Florida, to offshore oil and gas exploration.
When I heard in late December that Bill McKibben had written another article for Rolling Stone, I was thrilled. His July 2012 piece for that publication -- 'Global Warming's Terrifying Math' -- started a firestorm.
In the spring of 2012 over 900 long-beaked common dolphins and black porpoises washed up in a mass mortality event on Peruvian
"All of the above" should refer to wind, solar, geothermal, biofuels, and other renewable sources, not dead-end fossil fuels.
Britain is preparing territorial claims on tens of thousands of square miles of the Atlantic Ocean floor around the Falklands