One Pennsylvania Town Shows How to Properly ‘Zone’ Fracking

By Peter Hart Pennsylvania is home to more than 10,000 fracking wells, which forces communities to live with air pollution, water contamination and an array of health problems linked to drilling. The frackers want to drill more wells, and the state’s Democratic governor is not going to do anything to slow it down. But local … Read moreOne Pennsylvania Town Shows How to Properly ‘Zone’ Fracking

Cabot’s Sneaky Attack on Pennsylvania Cancer Survivor Reveals Dirty Agenda to Silence Environmentalists

By Wenonah Hauter Cabot Oil & Gas, a company with $765 million in assets in 2017, doesn’t like environmental nonprofits meddling in its dirty business in Pennsylvania. And the company is delivering this message by targeting Ray Kemble—a local 63-year old who just survived his fourth cancer surgery—with a $5 million lawsuit for speaking out … Read moreCabot’s Sneaky Attack on Pennsylvania Cancer Survivor Reveals Dirty Agenda to Silence Environmentalists

The Lesson From a Burning Paris: We Can’t Tax Our Way Out of the Climate Crisis

This post was originally published on this site By Wenonah Hauter The images from the streets of Paris over the past weeks are stark and poignant: thousands of angry protesters, largely representing the struggling French working class, resorting to mass civil unrest to express fear and frustration over a proposed new gas tax. For the … Read moreThe Lesson From a Burning Paris: We Can’t Tax Our Way Out of the Climate Crisis