Tesla Glass Roof Holds 4 Protesters Standing On It

Four protesters in Seattle made an impact while standing and performing on the glass roof of a Tesla Model S as it slowly led the protest there


Danish EV Sales 2019 — Finally Back On Track After 5 Years Of Standing Still!

The 2019 trend that led to record sales of plug-in vehicles is most certainly not going away any time soon: Denmark is jumping on the electric wagon, for real this time


You Can Save Orangutans From Extinction By Standing Up to Dirty Palm Oil!

The real impact of the exceedingly popular ingredient palm oil is becoming increasingly known, for the worst reason possible: orangutans are going extinct. As consumers, we can avoid buying products t…

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Standing Rock: Dakota Access Pipeline Leak Technology Can’t Detect All Spills

Assuming a flow rate of 600,000 barrels of crude oil per day, a leak of nearly 12,000 barrels per day could go undetected. “Right now, there are 18 inches of ice over the Missouri River, and we can’t sample the water to look for hydrocarbons,” Crow Ghost said.

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Is Louisiana Standing On The Sidelines While The Shale Revolution Happens?

Policy matter and that’s why Texas and other Gulf South states are poised to benefit more than Louisiana from the fracking and plastics boom.
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It is intended to carry crude oil from the Bakken oil fields in North Dakota to Illinois where it will link with another pipeline that will transport the oil to terminals and refineries along the Gulf of Mexico … [13] Fracking and North Dakota’s …
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For Standing Rock Sioux, new water system may reduce oil leak risk

For months, North Dakota’s Standing Rock Sioux tribe has been protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline’s planned crossing under the Missouri River, adjacent to their lands, in part due to worries about contamination of their primary water source. As of early …
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Tsunami Debris On Alaska’s Shores Like ‘Standing In Landfill’

Wreckage believed to be from the 2011 Japanese tsunami is washing up thousands of miles away in Alaska. The debris isn’t just unsightly — it poses environmental worries for the landscape and animals. One conservationist says the problem may be worse than the Exxon Valdez oil spill.

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