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Journalist Andrew Nikiforuk details the horrors of fracking, from Alberta to Arkansas.
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Funny or Die's celebrity-filled song mocks global-warming skeptics.
A new report reveals the oil industry's threats to California farmland.
A dirty coal deal could bring 9 million tons of coal per year to a new export terminal on the Oakland waterfront.
Obama’s pipeline rejection a huge win for citizen action.
Three pioneering technologies that could clean up our carbon overload.