by Samantha Page May 10, 2016
"Stranded assets" are two of the sweetest words in environmental activism right now.
by Alejandro Davila Fragoso Jan 26, 2016
The World Economic Forum released guidelines on how to do business in the Arctic, as diminished ice coverage from man-made climate change is allowing access to once unreachable sea routes, minerals and fossil fuel reservoirs.
by Katie Valentine Oct 18, 2015
The move comes as a win for environmentalists who have fought to prevent oil development in the remote region.
by Natasha Geiling Sep 4, 2015
In an interview with the Huffington Post, Secretary of State John Kerry denied claims that allowing Shell to drill in the Arctic is at odds with the Obama administration's stance on climate change.
by Emily Atkin Aug 18, 2015
The stand comes one day after the Obama administration approved drilling off the coast of Alaska.
by Emily Atkin Aug 17, 2015
The announcement comes just two weeks before President Obama is scheduled to make a trip to Alaska to discuss the dangers of climate change.
by Natasha Geiling Aug 12, 2015
As Shell looks to drill in the Arctic, the Coast Guard's resources are stretched increasingly thin.
by Emily Atkin Jul 23, 2015
The approval represents a significant loss for the environmental community.
by Emily Atkin Jun 12, 2015
One of many legal challenges to Royal Dutch Shell's plans to drill for oil in the Arctic this summer was thrown out by a federal appeals court on Thursday.
by Natasha Geiling May 28, 2015
During a Twitter chat, President Obama said, "since we can't prevent oil exploration completely in [the] region we're setting the highest possible standards."