‘Eyes of the World Are Watching’ After Dakota Access Pipeline Leak

Bemidji, MN – Today, the Indigenous Environmental Network is responding to reports that the Dakota Access Pipeline experienced its first spill at a pumping station near Crandon, South Dakota, 22 days before it is June 1 deadline to… Read More

Amazonian Leaders: Chinese Oil Company ‘Will Have Blood On Their Hands’

After marching with Leonardo DiCaprio in the Peoples’ Climate March on Saturday in Washington DC, Amazonian leaders headed to the United Nations on Monday to denounce that the Chinese oil company Andes Petroleum will cause genocide against the… Read More

WATCH: Tree Climbers Take to the Air to Fight Mariner East 2 Pipeline

The Camp White Pine group in Pennsylvania recently released this video chronicling their efforts to resist the Mariner East 2 Pipeline. According to NPR.org, Pennsylvania’s Department of Environmental Protection issued final permits for the Mariner East 2 pipeline despite the… Read More

Ranchers and Tribes Unite Once Again to Fight the Keystone XL

By Devi Lockwood  Originally published by Yes! Magazine A week after tens of thousands turned out in support of science and as thousands more this weekend take to the streets for the People’s Climate March, a quieter walk will… Read More

Trump’s Reckless Ocean Drilling Order Imperils Coastlines

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Trump administration will begin the process of allowing drilling off the Atlantic, Pacific and Arctic coasts, according to reports. The executive order will allow Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke to roll back protections on drilling… Read More

LISTEN: Anne Petermann on GE Trees and Plantations in Chile

Global Justice Ecology Project’s Anne Petermann was this week’s Earth Watch guest on KPFK radio’s Sojourner Truth show hosted by Margeret Prescod. Petermann recently traveled to Chile to help investigate the impacts tree plantations are having on native… Read More

DAPL Developer Spills Drilling Fluids Into Wetlands While Constructing Another Pipeline

The company behind the controversial Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) is under fire in Ohio, where construction of a separate pipeline resulted in spills of millions of gallons of drilling fluids into nearby wetlands. “These disasters prove that the… Read More

Maine Legislators Urged to Reject Continued Subsidies for Polluting Biomass

Industry has received over $250 million in recent years, but still can’t compete   Pelham, MA. – A review of subsidies, tax credits and grants to the Maine biomass industry reveals that ratepayers and taxpayers have shelled out over… Read More

Tell Gov. Edwards: Stop the Bayou Bridge Pipeline

Via Boldlouisiana.webaction.org: Energy Transfer Partners is not backing down from ramming their proposed Bayou Bridge Pipeline through 700 bodies of water, across 11 Louisiana parishes – including our beautiful Atchafalaya Basin. Unfortunately, it appears that they are not… Read More

Protesters Against Drax Plc: ‘Divest from Biomass, Coal and Gas’

Scores of people around the country are protesting against Drax Plc on the day of its AGM today, with three simultaneous demonstrations in London, Liverpool and York. Campaigners are highlighting Drax’s involvement in dirty energy, its contributions to… Read More