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Point of No Return

Publication | February 11, 2013 at 17:03

The world is quickly reaching a Point of No Return for preventing the worst impacts of climate change. With total disregard for this unfolding global disaster, the fossil fuel industry is planning 14 massive coal, oil and gas projects that would...

Donors Trust: Laundering Climate Denial Funding

Publication | February 15, 2013 at 11:10

Over the past year, Greenpeace and other researchers have discovered that Donors Trust, a shadowy funding operation for anti-government extremists, is laundering millions of dollars in climate denial funding for donors who do not want to be...

November 2014 Photo of the Month

Blog by Robert Meyers | December 10, 2014

  The November 2014 Photo of the Month by Thomas Reinecke is a projection on the mountain at the Inca ruins of Machu Picchu. The viewpoint is familiar, the spot overlooking the mysterious ruins that you see in the first picture when you first...

Repower Our Schools: 100% Renewable Energy Offers Schools Savings, Health and...

Blog by Monica Embrey | February 3, 2015

Imagine if every school in our country was powered by clean, affordable, renewable energy. Schools everywhere could have solar arrays on their roofs to power the classrooms, provide important learning opportunities for their students, and save...

Roses are Red, Violets are Blue, We Love Solar, and So Should You

Blog by Hanna Mitchell | February 20, 2015

Photos by Ahmer Inam This Valentines Day, kids in North Carolina showed their love for renewable energy. A local coalition of labor, education, and environmental groups–including Greenpeace–has just launched an initiative, called Repower our...

Fearing scandal after coal ash spill, NC regulators pull out of bogus settlement

Blog by Jason Schwartz | February 11, 2014

It’s been widely reported that Duke Energy neglects its coal ash pits, which are huge public health and environmental liabilities. It’s also been reported Duke was warned and even threatened with litigation over the harms it’s dumped on the...

China sets new world record for solar installations

Blog by Jennifer Duggan | February 10, 2014

An independent organization has suggested that China increased its capacity for power by as much as 12 Gigawatts last year. For the sake of comparison, that is 2 Gigawatts more than the entire solar capacity of the US. It represents three times...

Coal companies getting land deals at taxpayers’ expense

Blog by Jason Schwartz | March 17, 2014

Big coal companies have never been known as the paragon of straight and fair dealings. Even in the last couple weeks, the EnvironmentaList has tracked their hall-of-fame penchant for shadiness, including garbage like: Ridiculous bonuses for coal...

Don't Rig Our Energy Future

Feature story | February 26, 2002 at 18:00

The decisions Congress makes on energy policy in the coming weeks will shape American national energy security and global environmental security for generations to come.

The Shadowlands around Fukushima

Blog by Robert Meyers | January 9, 2015

  A recurring theme in movies is the “Last Man on Earth” genre. A cataclysmic event or a virulent disease has wiped out most of humanity and left the survivors hideously mutated into dangerous monsters – except for one hero who roams an empty...

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