Putin’s Ukrainian War and Ecocide
As a result of the Russian invasion, toxic-material emissions into water, soil, and the air from fires, destroyed buildings and damaged pipelines, sanitation systems, and industrial facilities like chemical and fuel storage sites have increased.
Let's Avoid an Energy Crisis by Abandoning Pollutive Fossil Fuels
When it comes to maintaining energy flows, there is a closing window to avert both climate catastrophe and economic peril.
Cape Cod Bay in the Crosshairs — Holtec’s Reactor Waste Water Threat
The volume of radioactive chemicals, metals, or isotopes will not be changed or reduced at all by diluting.
Is Organic Regenerative Farming Still Key for Our Sustainable Future?
We need to make sure that regenerative farming drives real and meaningful change, and that it isn't hijacked by those seeking to greenwash.
Red Hill Fuel Tanks Leaking into Hawai'i's Water Supply
Hawai'i Citizen Groups Wary of US Military’s Sudden Decision to Drain and Permanently Close Leaking Red Hill Jet Fuel Tanks
Nukes, Pipelines, War in Ukraine
Charlotte Dennett: The Ukraine war has thrust the Great Game for Oil and Gas into the headlines due to the East-West battle over the Nord Stream 2 pipeline that was to supply Russian gas to Germany and to European markets beyond.
Pay Attention to Cryptocurrency's Carbon Footprint
Robin Sher: As Bitcoin prices rise, so will the incentive to mine it, creating a feedback loop that spells trouble for the climate.
Dairy Industry Set on Pouring Itself Down Our Throats
Jennifer Barckley: In its illogical support of Big Dairy, the U.S. government is misleading the public and padding the pockets of one industry over another.
Why the Internet Itself Is a Major Environmental Problem
Robin Scher: If the internet were a country, it would be the sixth biggest user of electricity.