This isn't just some futuristic, comic-book dystopian idea.
File this under "irony" and "chutzpah."
Ontario requires that a percentage of its wind and solar projects be provided by Ontario companies. The WTO says that's illegal. Dick move, WTO.
Activists trying to block construction of the pipeline report 12 brutal arrests yesterday heading into the second month of the sustained treesit.
With the U.N.'s annual climate conference approaching, the U.S. is looking elsewhere for collaboration: the Major Economies Forum on Energy and Climate.
In a wide-ranging conversation with Grist, Gore also talks about Obama's recent climate comments, coal export terminals, and climate progress around the world.
Coal use is growing and poised to grow even faster, according to data from the World Resources Institute.
The contracting firm for which the injured employees worked has a history of similar problems.
SUNY Buffalo has shuttered its on-campus, pro-fracking think tank following publication of a misleading, error-filled report.