Fossil Fuel Companies Are Lobbying Hard for Protection from Coronavirus-related Lawsuits by Workers

Fossil Fuel Companies Are Lobbying Hard for Protection from Coronavirus-related Lawsuits by Workers

Big Oil wants a liability waiver that would leave workers unable hold them accountable for safe working conditions amid the pandemic.
The Ohio Utility Scandal, Explained

The Ohio Utility Scandal, Explained

Amy Westervelt interviews University of California political scientist Leah Stokes on the corruption behind Ohio's coal and nuclear bailout.
As Climate Change Burns Arizona, State Has More Imprisoned Firefighters Than Employees

As Climate Change Burns Arizona, State Has More Imprisoned Firefighters Than Employees

Arizona is balancing its budget on the backs of the low-paid prisoners fighting its wildfires.
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From the Pandemic to the Protests, Trump Is Using National Crises as Cover for Climate Rollbacks

From the Pandemic to the Protests, Trump Is Using National Crises as Cover for Climate Rollbacks

The White House is also a putting longtime "sagebrush rebel" in charge of the agency that manages drilling on public lands.
Across the U.S., Anti-Protest Laws Target Movements for Climate and Racial Justice

Across the U.S., Anti-Protest Laws Target Movements for Climate and Racial Justice

If politicians believe Black lives matter, they should reject the anti-protest laws sweeping through state legislatures since Ferguson and Standing Rock.
Supreme Court Clears Way for Atlantic Coast Pipeline to Cross Appalachian Trail

Supreme Court Clears Way for Atlantic Coast Pipeline to Cross Appalachian Trail

The Supreme Court has ruled that a proposed Dominion Energy fossil fuel pipeline can cross under the Appalachian Trail, reversing a lower court decision.