We must continue to stand in solidarity with our brothers and sisters who have bravely joined together in North Dakota to take on big fossil fuel companies and halt the creation of the Dakota Access pipeline. #NoDAPL Photo credit: Overpass Light Brigade
Legalize research and cultivation of industrial hemp (Hemp does not produce the "high") So, why is it illegal? Because fuel companies would lose TRILLIONS in profit, while the quality of life for everyone else would rise dramatically. It would create millions of jobs, as well as make our reliance foreign fuels non-existent. Some think that is the "real reason" behind marijuana laws is so they can keep industrial hemp illegal despite it's many uses and positive impact it would have on our…
Not Just an "Indian Thing" If you care about people's rights If you care about the environment If you care about Canada not being sold to the fossil fuel companies If you care about the danger of "game over" for the planet then support Idle No More, a grassroots movement for First Nations rights and the environment Earth Tribe - Activist News
North Dakota Landowners Sue Fossil Fuel Companies Over Wasted Natural Gas. Nearly 30 percent of natural gas drilled in North Dakota is intentionally burned off, or flared, resulting in an approximately $1 billion loss, and releasing greenhouse gases equivalent to nearly one million new cars on the road.
Fossil Fuel Companies Pouring Money Into Hillary’s Campaign | The Young Turks | Published Sep 12, 2016 | "For the first time ever, the Democratic presidential nominee is pulling in more money from fossil fuel companies than the Republican. This is bad news for voters, as that money could be enough to prevent meaningful action on climate change." Click to watch and share video (3:55).
Investors: Can Oil Companies Thrive in Warming World? Will ExxonMobil, Peabody Energy and the world’s 43 other largest fossil fuel companies be able to thrive in a business climate heavily affected by global warming?