Terrorists kill people, "Terrarists" kill the planet.
Stephen Harper comes to New York, becomes a shill for the Tar Sands industry, and tells one lie after another.
The government of Stephen Harper may be more unfriendly to the environment than any government in history.
As the people of Mayflower, Arkansas continue to suffer from the effects of Exxon's Pegasus Pipeline rupture, we await John Kerry's decision as to whether the Keystone XL Pipeline will be approved.
Environmentalists are not scoring many victories these days, but a court decision this week gives pause to cheer a bit.
Exxon is apoplectic over a thirty second ad from Oil Change International and is threatening legal action against any television network or channel which airs it.
Thanks to some excellent underground reporting by the non mainstream press, we have been made aware of Exxon's misrepresentations and lies about the cleanup of the tar sands oil spill in Arkansas.
An Exxon pipeline carrying tar sands crude oil burst in Arkansas, causing one ungodly mess.
A judge in Wyoming has ruled in favor of keeping vital information out of the hands of the public.
Barack Obama has just signed into law, despite environmental and health concerns, an act that prevents federal courts from halting the planting of genetically engineered crops.
On the same day that Greenland decided to say no to drilling for oil, the White House voiced its full support for the Arctic offshore drilling program in spite of the dangerous risks to its pristine environment.
Ten thousand volunteers from all over Ireland are going to gather in April to plant a million trees in one twenty-four hour period.
Millions of Americans do not want the Keystone XL Pipeline built, but these days Congress does not listen to the people. It listens to the corporations that line their pockets with cash.
In the UK, the power company EDF has slapped protesters with a lawsuit, and customers are leaving the company in droves.
Shell, facing insurmountable problems in the Arctic Ocean, has suspended its drilling operations there.
The Harper government in Canada, hell-bent on selling off the commons to corporations, increasingly labels peaceful environmental protesters as terrorists.
Introducing a new Science fiction series, set in the immediate future, featuring a host of characters and investigating the issues of first contact and how we react to alien influence.
Obama's "change we can believe in" turns out to be, no change at all, but simply more of the same old stuff.
Even in the face of ever-mounting scientific evidence of the rapid acceleration of climate change, or global warming, some people are impossible to convince.
The eagerly awaited documentary Chasing Ice graphically depicts the ice melt occurring throughout the Arctic.
It is not only the Keystone XL Pipeline that is a threat to our environment, but thousands of miles of other pipelines as well.
The Idle No More Movement in Canada is having a world-wide impact.
Canada's "Idle No More" movement, begun by native peoples in response to the government's move to takeaway their land and water rights, is now spreading around the world.
A recently passed bill in Canada threatens the lands of native peoples, and they are responding to this threat to their way of life.
The Obama administration, always looking out for corporate interests, is poised to approve genetically engineered fish.