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Unlike his boss, James Woolsey wants the U.S. to get behind clean energy.
This week, we witnessed tribal and environmental activists gathering in North Dakota in resistance of the Dakota Access Pipeline.
The Sandpiper pipeline goes down, leaving both sides to focus attention on Dakota Access.
But gas still isn’t the country’s biggest source of greenhouse gas pollution. That would be oil.
Authors of pro-fracking studies are coming under fire for their cozy relationships with the fossil fuel industry.
Meanwhile, anti-fracking activists are descending on D.C. for a weekend protest — with banjos in tow.
Here’s Sean Lennon, deliberately looking just like his father and singing just like Bob Dylan for some reason, performing a slightly naughty anti-fracking song with his mom on Jimmy Fallon’s show.
On the plus side, this is a problem that has only existed for 128 years.