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President Trump's Energy Policy Would Be a Nightmare.

A deep dive into the dark energy policy netherworld of Trump and his advisers.


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6 Years After BP Gulf Oil Spill, Residents Demand 'No More Drilling.'

As the legal cases against BP draw to a close, the risks of offshore oil drilling--and public opposition to it--grow.

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Women Take On Climate Change.

Reporting from COP21 Paris with the stories of women from Oklahoma, Los Angeles, Bahrain and Ethiopia.

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Paris Was Just a Way Station in the Climate Change Fight.

The lesson of COP21 is that we can’t wait for COP22 to solve the climate crisis.

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Suicidal Tendencies: How Saudi Arabia Could Kill the COP21 Negotiations in Paris.

How does a country negotiate its own perceived demise?

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Oceans Are Not On the Table At Climate Negotiations in Paris.

Sylvia Earle wants you to take a long, hard look at whale poop, and ask, "Why aren't oceans being discussed at COP21?"

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At COP21, Victims of Paris Attack Mobilize for Climate Action.

“We all knew someone, or know someone who knew someone,” directly harmed in the attacks,” says Lola Sigogneau of the French climate organization Alternatiba. “But the same is true for all of Paris.”

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From North Dakota to Paris with Love.

Lessons for the COP21 climate talks from the heart of the fracking boom in the United States.

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Shell Is Reeling After Pulling Out of the Arctic.

The oil giant’s increasingly bad reputation at the hands of a growing global protest movement led it to give up on Arctic ambitions.

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BP 'Got Off Cheaply' With $18.7 Billion Settlement.

BP had already estimated economic damages resulting from the Deepwater Horizon disaster at some $43 billion.

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Meet the Rappers and 'Kayaktivists' Out to Stop Shell's Giant Oil Rig.

Female musicians and Native activists recently led two days of protests against Shell's Arctic drilling plans.

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30 Million Gallons Under the Sea.

Following the trail of BP's oil from a submarine under the Gulf of Mexico.

A Reed Environmental Writing Award finalist.

Chosen to appear in The Best American Science and Nature Writing 2016 Anthology.




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10 Reasons Why BP Got Off and Offshore Oil Drilling Just Got More Dangerous.

Recent rulings in the civil trial against the oil giant are deeply misguided and will result not only in lower fines, but also that no meaningful regulatory changes are implemented to reduce the likelihood of another similar disaster.

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Oil Refineries Need to Heed Concerns, Implement Safety Improvements.

The ExxonMobil Torrance refinery explosion was just the latest reminder of the very real dangers petroleum refineries and terminals pose for their workers, their neighbors, the air we breathe and the climate we share.

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Time to Cancel Exxon's Government Contracts.


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Why Oil Drilling in Ecuador is 'Ticking Time Bomb' For Planet

The age of "easy oil" is over. What is left is in places like Yasuni, previously deemed too sensitive, valuable, or risky to drill. The stakes for doing so, however, are rising. It is time we all act to leave our oil in the soil.

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Exxon's Gay Shame.

"What's Wrong With Exxon?" In 2012, and again in 2013, HRC gave Exxon Mobil a negative 25 out of 100 possible points on its annual Corporate Equality Index. Here's why.

Nominated for a GLAAD Media Award for Outstanding Magazine Article 2013.


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Big Oil's Big Lies About Alternatives.

Rolling Stone-- As President Obama calls for greater investments in alternatives, the biggest energy companies are doubling down on riskier, more destructive oil sources.

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Light, Sweet, Crude: a former US ambassador peddles influence in Afghanistan.

Antonia reports from Afghanistan on oil, war, and the people who profit.


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Why the Iraq War was Fought for Big Oil.

(CNN) -- Yes, the Iraq War was a war for oil, and it was a war with winners: Big Oil.

It has been 10 years since Operation Iraqi Freedom's bombs first landed in Baghdad. And while most of the U.S.-led coalition forces have long since gone, Western oil companies are only getting started.

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