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To Frack or Not To Frack

[fa icon="calendar'] Feb 22, 2013 9:00:02 AM / by Bahar Gidwani

A recent New York Daily News cartoon features the dilemma faced by New York’s Governor, Andrew Cuomo.

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Shell’s Arctic Ambitions Cloud Its Common Sense

[fa icon="calendar'] Jan 8, 2013 3:41:37 PM / by Carol Pierson Holding

 

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Oil and Guns

[fa icon="calendar'] Dec 19, 2012 3:34:14 PM / by Carol Pierson Holding

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Greenwashing in the Oil Industry? Say It's Not True . . .

[fa icon="calendar'] Feb 14, 2011 3:31:13 PM / by Carol Pierson Holding

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Environment, Social and Governance Factors Merge in Climate Justice

[fa icon="calendar'] Oct 28, 2010 9:19:52 AM / by Carol Pierson Holding

Recently, I met Jeni Krencicki Bareclos and Jennifer Marlow, co-founders of Three Degrees Warmer, a University of Washington-based project that provides legal protections for the victims of climate change. One of their inspirations is a legal case that the Native Alaskan Village of Kivalina brought against some of the nation’s largest producers of oil, gas, and electric power. Kivalina’s 400 members and 107 buildings have to be moved because the permafrost on which the community is built is melting. The plaintiff’s case argues that the damage, estimated at $95-400 million in relocation costs, should be paid by the oil and gas companies who are responsible.

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