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OHIO: Koch, ALEC and Dirty Energy Co’s Attack Clean Energy Jobs

Blog by Connor Gibson | October 30, 2013

Ohio is currently fighting this year’s final battle in a nationally-coordinated attack on clean energy standard laws, implemented by the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) and other groups belonging to the secretive corporate front...

SEC to Investigate TransCanada's Lies on Keystone XL Job Claims

Blog by Jesse Coleman | January 27, 2012

Today Greenpeace sent a letter to the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) asking them to stop TransCanada Corporation from continuing to illegally mislead investors and the American public with wildly inflated job creation...

Meet the coal lobbyists who call mercury safeguards 'unfortunate'

Blog by Joe Smyth | December 21, 2011

After years of delay, the Environmental Protection Agency is finally issuing safeguards that will protect Americans by reducing the amount of mercury pollution and other poisons emitted by coal plants around the country. It's good...

Upcoming American Petroleum Institute 'Vote 4 Energy' TV campaign disrupted by...

Blog by Kert Davies | December 20, 2011

Recently, Greenpeace got a rare look behind the curtain at how Big Oil stages citizen support for huge oil companies, when activists got inside a TV commercial shoot in Washington DC. The American Petroleum Institute  (API), and their...

Duke Energy distances itself from ERCC's attacks on Mercury Rule

Blog by Robert Gardner | December 7, 2011

Greenpeace International Executive Director Kumi Naidoo and local activists inspect the Riverbend coal plant in North Carolina. The plant, owned by Duke Energy, has emitted more than a thousand pounds of mercury pollution over the...

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