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Crumbling Empire: The Messy Demise of the Fossil Fuel Industry

Between increasing regulations, snowballing international climate action, expanding divestments, and growing distrust, the writing is on the wall for the fossil fuel industry, even though special interests are making a nasty—but ultimately futile—last stand. Fossil fuel companies might just look back at 4Q15 as the moment in time when they … Read more »

Water Wars: EPA Rule Front and Center

EPA’s Waters of the United States rule on the regulation of water pollution is creating polarity—and some unlikely allies. For decades, farmers, businesses, developers, environmental groups, and elected officials have been confused by the scope of federal jurisdiction over the types of water bodies protected by the Environmental Protection Agency … Read more »

Climate Alert: Global CO2 Exceeds Critical 400PPM Level

Concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere reaches dangerous record quantity. FOR YEARS, CLIMATE SCIENTISTS have warned us that if the concentration of carbon dioxide, a harmful heat-trapping greenhouse gas, exceeds 400 parts per million (PPM) for a sustained period of time, we will likely face a vicious cycle of … Read more »

Drought Dilemma Challenges Unlimited Growth

California’s drought is putting the concept of unlimited growth under severe scrutiny, and for good reasons.   When it comes to water, California is running out of options — and time. Suffering through its fourth year of excruciating drought…the state’s snow pack is at an all-time low… Governor Brown has issued … Read more »