by Joaquim Moreira Salles Sep 19, 2014
There is room to doubt the sincerity of the supporters bused in by a pro-fracking organization.
by Tom Kenworthy Sep 2, 2014
Forty percent of the world’s countries with the largest shale oil and shale gas resources have arid conditions or steep competition for water.
by Jeff Spross Jun 4, 2014
'We apologise for any inconvenience we may cause while we frack under your home.'
by Jeff Spross Apr 23, 2014
The agency cited a breach of contract following the data's release, and slashed the counties' air-quality budget by 25 percent in response.
by Emily Atkin Mar 26, 2014
"That message is loud and clear: criticize a gas company, and you’ll pay for it."
by Emily Atkin Feb 5, 2014
As part of his state’s overall budget for the coming fiscal year, Pennsylvania governor Tom Corbett has proposed lifting a 4-year-old ban on gas drilling in state parks and forests.
by Katie Valentine Nov 13, 2013
The letter outlines the climate and health risks of extracting oil and gas from shale reserves via fracking in the state.
by Joe Romm Aug 6, 2013
While U.S. carbon emissions have dropped somewhat in recent years, America's contribution to the global problem of ever-rising carbon production and consumption grows unabated.