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PHOTOS: Oil train derailment in North Dakota

Blog by Cassady Sharp | January 7, 2014

After a train carrying grain west derailed near Bismark, North Dakota, an eastbound train carrying crude oil struck the derailed train causing at least 20 cars to catch fire on New Year’s Eve. While the evacuation for local residents is now...

The 9 Biggest Moments in Fracking in 2013

Blog by Cassady Sharp | January 8, 2014

This time last year, people were buzzing about Promised Land, or “the fracking movie,” starring Matt Damon and Francis McDormand. Our take was that the movie fell short of truly exposing the dangers of fracking. Incredible milestones-and a few...

EXCLUSIVE PHOTOS: North Dakota Oil Spill Leaks 20,000 Barrels

Blog by Cassady Sharp | October 14, 2013

A Tesoro Logistics LP pipeline spilled more than 20,000 barrels of crude oil into a North Dakota wheat field, the biggest leak in the state since it became a major U.S. producer. The six-inch pipeline was carrying crude oil from … Continue...

Don’t Drink The Water

Blog by Ivy Schlegel | April 29, 2013

A coal ash impoundment at TVA Kingston Fossil Fuel Power Plant in Tennessee failed in 2008, spilling five times the volume of the Deepwater Horizon oil disaster. It was the worst in US history. The next year, the EPA, overseeing … Continue...

Don’t Drink The Water

Blog by Ivy Schlegel | April 29, 2013

A coal ash impoundment at TVA Kingston Fossil Fuel Power Plant in Tennessee failed in 2008, spilling five times the volume of the Deepwater Horizon oil disaster. It was the worst in US history. The next year, the EPA, overseeing … Continue...

North Dakota Oil Pipeline Disaster Spills Nearly 900,000 Gallons of Crude Oil

Blog by Cassady Sharp | October 10, 2013

Reported by Chicago Tribune A Tesoro Logistics LP pipeline has spilled more than 20,000 barrels of crude oil into a rural North Dakota field, the biggest leak in the state since it became a major U.S. producer. Tell President Obama … Continue...

You may have paid your taxes, but nation’s largest utility company Duke Energy...

Blog by Cassady Sharp | April 16, 2013

It’s the day after tax day, and while many of us may be cringing at the big checks we just wrote the IRS or celebrating our refunds, Duke Energy isn’t paying federal income taxes for the fifth year in a … Continue reading →

Is Exxon trying to hide the damage from their Tar Sands pipeline spill?

Blog by Jesse Coleman | April 4, 2013

Sure seems like it. According to reports from the ground, Exxon is in full control of the response to the 12,000 barrels of tar sands oil that began spilling from Exxon’s ruptured pipeline in Arkansas last weekend. The skies above … Continue...

Is Exxon trying to hide the damage from their Tar Sands pipeline spill?

Blog by Jesse Coleman | April 4, 2013

Sure seems like it. According to reports from the ground, Exxon is in full control of the response to the 12,000 barrels of tar sands oil that began spilling from Exxon’s ruptured pipeline in Arkansas last weekend. The skies above … Continue...

Southeasterners can thank Duke Energy when global warming gives them twice as many...

Blog by David Pomerantz | April 12, 2013

A new study from NASA suggests that global warming could increase the number of violent, damaging thunderstorms that strike the U.S., particularly in the Southeast, which could see a 100 % increase in the number of days with thunderstorms. NASA’s...

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