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Coal Exports Contradict Obama’s Climate Pledge, Critics Say

Blog by Mahesh Prasad | July 26, 2013

Originally Posted to Huffington Post by Lynne Peeples Environmental experts who remain unimpressed with President Barack Obama’s war-on-carbon rhetoric point to one key reason for concern that’s off most Americans’ radar: U.S. coal exports. A...

Koch Bros Spindoctor Up

Blog by Phil Radford | February 2, 2011 5 comments

Image: David and Julia Koch looking down on rally at Rancho Mirage. -- Politico is reporting today that fossil fuel barons and global warming denial ringleaders Charles and David Koch have retained an army of public...

David Koch Booed at NY Christmas Ballet Performance

Blog by kert davies | January 5, 2011 8 comments

David Koch, one of the richest men in America and owner of the largest private energy company in the United States took to the stage over the Christmas holiday to receive praise for his $2.5 million sponsorship of the American...

Shining light on Obama’s tar sands pipeline decision

Blog by Phil Radford, Daryl Hannah | August 29, 2011 3 comments

Update: Daryl Hannah, Actress/Activist and Phil Radford, Executive Director of Greenpeace USA were arrested in front of the White House today as part of a peaceful protest against the Keystone XL pipeline. This week, President...

Barbie’s fairytale interrupted by the roar of a thousand chainsaws

Blog by Phil Radford | June 7, 2011 3 comments

A long time ago, in a land far, far away, Greenpeace sent Mattel a letter . Our researchers had discovered Barbie’s not so magical secret: her packaging is linked to the destruction of Indonesia’s rainforests. For some reason, it took...

Over 10,500 people (and counting) have signed our True Cost of Coal Action

Blog by ben kroetz | February 17, 2011 4 comments

In less than 4 hours, we have had over 10,500 people sign up on our True Cost of Coal Action that will ensure our elected officials in Washington, DC know that dirty coal is costing the American people up to an astounding $500,000...

[Video] Greepeace Activists Scale Dirty Coal Plant & Demand Shutdown

Blog by kert davies | February 17, 2011 1 comment

Early this morning Greenpeace activists scaled a coal plant in Bridgeport, Connecticut to send a message that dirty coal plants are responsible for thousands of deaths in America every year and are destroying our planet. The...

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