A primer on the body of law that has everything to do with the Dakota Access Pipeline.
Floridians voted Republican on Nov. 8, and at the same time they rejected an anti-solar ballot amendment.
But the cartel has a hard time sticking to its agreements.
Early drafts of the report highlighted water contamination, but the final version was more fracking-friendly.
The federal government doesn’t favor renewable projects over fossil fuels on public land. It should.
The powers behind the project will benefit, but almost no one else will.
Canada's fossil fuel-rich province is trying to get off coal.
By focusing on neighborhood needs, Sam Schwartz’s MOVE NY could succeed where other NYC traffic-reduction and transit-funding efforts have failed.
"Apparently the sixth stage of grief is activism.”