Freedom to Love, bronze sculpture by Cassandra Social, Personal Themes in SOULJA Exhibit Mark Buffalo Debut for NYC Artist Cassandra New York City artist Cassandra opens her first Buffalo, NY exhibit, SOULJA, at the ¡Buen Vivir! Gallery for Contemporary Art, 148 Elmwood Avenue in… Read More
The film ‘Threatened Forests’ reveals the hidden truth behind “green energy” in the EU. It’s being shown on EUBioenergy.com during the month of May, a moment when the European Commission is consulting stakeholders on sustainable bioenergy policy. Filmmaker Benoit… Read More
By Steve Horn Originally published at DeSmogBlog At the Interstate Oil and Gas Compact Commission (IOGCC)‘s 2016 meeting in Denver, Colorado this week, a representative from a prominent oil and gas lobbying group advocated that auctions of federal lands should… Read More
Global Justice Ecology Project GE Trees Campaigner Ruddy Turnstone was among the protesters arrested in Albany on May 14 while disrupting the path of dangerous oil trains that endanger communities in the region. Democracy Now! covered the protests in… Read More
Via Stop The Bomb Trains: Albany Break Free From Fossil Fuels Facebook Page Today, we shut down a speech the Chairman of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission tried to give a room of power plant owners about “market-based… Read More
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