How Tar Sands Is Impacting This Maine Lobsterman
The state’s thriving lobster industry owes a lot to smart fishery conservation measures implemented over the past three decades. But given the Gulf of Maine’s rapid warming, how far can these interventions go?
Residents of coastal Maine speak out against the dangerous transport of Canada’s tar sands oil through U.S. waters.
Tar sands oil is harder to clean up than conventional crude. Here are the reasons why.
For more than a decade, we've fought to keep this filthy fossil fuel from being dredged up and piped through the United States.
At every turn, the Tar Sands Invasion would put people and the environment in harm's way.
Energy companies are canceling their tar sands projects.
Petroleum coke, typically stored outdoors in big open piles, can blow right into nearby homes and cause serious health problems. Unsurprisingly, communities are fighting Big Oil to keep this noxious material out of their backyards.
New Yorkers are resisting efforts to sextuple the number of anchorage grounds in the river and transform their backyard into a parking lot for oil barges.
A group of Illinois landowners have waged a legal battle against a fracking company to protect their agricultural community.
On a national preserve at the edge of the Everglades, oil exploration is threatening fragile habitat and endangered species, from woodpeckers to panthers.
Yes, Trump has green-lighted the controversial Keystone XL pipeline. But Nebraska’s got a slew of public hearings on the calendar, and legal challenges loom large.