Since starting our petition weâEUR(TM)ve started a movement of almost 140,000 people demanding that the Army Corps of Engineers deny a permit for the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline. Our campaign has been so successful, but itâEUR(TM)s not enough ...
This month, the Obama administration announced a new strategy to curb the rising problem of ocean noise pollution off our shores. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) announced a proposed Ocean Noise Strategy on June 1st ...
Experts predict that Colorado's population will double in the next ten years. That amount of population growth will result in a level of demand on our water supply and on our economy that we simply cannot sustain. Unless we learn how to better manage
All of these states have experienced the nightmare of cleaning up an oil spill in the past six years. Iowans do not want our state's name added to that list. Nor do we ever want to see images like we've seen from past spills coming from our beautiful
This often inflicts terrible costs on the environment. In India, river sand mining is disrupting ecosystems, killing countless fish and birds. In Indonesia, some two dozen small islands are believed to have disappeared since 2005 because of sand mining
An estimated 6.5 million premature deaths in the world are linked to air pollution every year with more than half of them being reported from China and India together. India alone contributes 1.59 million deaths to this dubious figure.
Toronto-based mining giant, Barrick Gold, spilled cyanide solution into five Argentina rivers shortly after firing an engineer who raised serious safety concerns about the mining operation responsible for the contamination.
Interview with Philippe Cousteau Jr. (grandson of famed marine explorer/documentary film maker Jacques-Yves Cousteau) and his wife Ashlan, about their recent trip to the Marshall Islands cold war nuclear test site to study the area's amazing recovery.
In December, governments around the world got together and grandly agreed to limit global warming to below 2â,,? above pre-industrial levels--with a preference for keeping it below 1.5â,,?. The Paris Agreement recognizes that, if we fail, the outcome will