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Indonesian court revokes license for the Cirebon coal plant

  Foreign NGOs, primarily Greenpeace, Friends of the Earth through its local chapter WALHI, and Friends of the Earth Japan, 350.org and others, succeeded to...

Keystone Pipeline is Back

  WASHINGTON — President Trump sharply changed the federal government’s approach to the environment on Tuesday as he cleared the way for two major oil...

Pete Willcox on Greenpeace: Not a Good Last Five Years

  Dawn was breaking when the campaigners used slingshots to fire ropes on to the rig. But as they began to scale the Prirazlomnaya, aiming to...

Greenpeace: Tillerson Nomination Reflects Desperation of Fossil Fuel Industry

  Today, President-elect Donald Trump officially nominated Exxon Chairman and CEO Rex Tillerson for Secretary of State, confirming a widespread leak from over the weekend....

US businesses push against Trump’s attempts to dismiss climate change

  From his claim that global warming was a gigantic hoax masterminded by China to his promise to pull the United States out of the landmark...

Canada’s pipeline plan set to grow its economy and protect the environment

  A clear message has emerged through the Canadian government's extensive consultations with its population: the economy and the environment go hand in hand. That...

Trump’s environment plans could spark opposition

  Proposals by the Trump administration to roll back US environmental regulations are likely to foment opposition, say analysts. The President-elect is likely to push forward...

Ready for Some Good Environment News? It’s About Coal

  Positive news about the environment is as common as a well-fed polar bear. So enjoy. Thanks to a decrease in coal use in North America and better technology...

Being pro-pipeline and sustainable no contradiction, says Edmonton mayor

  Edmonton Mayor Don Iveson says you can be green in the heart of oil country — and oil and gas pipelines can be a...

67% of oil and gas companies axed jobs in 2016, survey finds

  The 25th annual Oil and Gas survey found 67% of businesses reduced employment in 2016, with 43% cutting pay and 40% significantly changing staff...
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