by Katie Valentine Nov 17, 2015
A demand for oil is also a demand for the water used to produce the oil.
by Natasha Geiling Nov 10, 2015
Los Angeles is one of the most densely populated cities in the country. It also sits atop the third largest oil field in the country. What could go wrong?
by Samantha Page Oct 23, 2015
As it turns out, the United States is not the only country with interests in the Arctic.
by Samantha Page Sep 2, 2015
A new report shows a staggering disconnect between investor-owned fossil fuel companies and any sort of progress on climate.
by Natasha Geiling Aug 28, 2015
An official statement released by Taylor Energy claims that the company has reached a settlement with environmental groups, though those groups contradict those claims.
by Natasha Geiling Aug 21, 2015
Seven large oil companies, including Southwestern Energy, Statoil, and Total, have committed to reducing emissions ahead of the U.N. Paris climate talks.
by Samantha Page Aug 21, 2015
Oil and gas extraction contributes to climate changes, which causes drought, which affects oil and gas production. To everything, turn, turn, turn?
by Katie Valentine Aug 21, 2015
A new report outlines exactly how exporting oil overseas would impact the country's environment.
Twenty-seven new licenses were issued this week, as the fight over fracking heats up.
by Ryan Koronowski Aug 18, 2015
Methane is less common in the atmosphere than carbon dioxide but 86 times more potent in its ability to trap heat.