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The Risky Rise of the Dams

With mining growth comes larger, deeper, more unwieldy tailings ponds, experts warn.

Do lobbyists win trials? Lessons from Chevron vs. Ecuador trial

The ongoing legal tussle between Chevron and Ecuador over allegations of illegally dumping waste in the Amazon exposes the nefarious effects of massive communications campaigns have had in discrediting the legal system of Ecuador.     

Reclaiming the commons in Appalachia

The current system is concerned with the well-being of the politically connected corporati instead of the common good – Appalachian communities.

Ending the Insanity of Ecocide

We live in the age of ecocide.

Exxon Mobil and the precautionary principle

A recent poll conducted by the Civil Society Institute (CSI) and the Environmental Working Group found that the vast majority of Americans favor more political leadership when balancing domestic energy production with protecting people and the environment. This poll is interesting on many …

No place sacred: ENERGY (review)

They say a picture is worth a thousand words. With that in mind, the 195 color, mostly full page — often double page — photographs in the Post Carbon Institute’s latest book, ENERGY: Overdevelopment and the Delusion of Endless Growth, speaks volumes beyond its gigantic sized …

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