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Round Two of the assault on electric cars by the Koch Brothers funded pressure group Fueling US Forward is now live on YouTube. Watch it so see how many lies you can find in this carefully crafted hit piece.
Stop Tesla is a fabulously funny spoof that lampoons the oil barons of the world who are devastated to learn their colleagues and spouses have stabbed them in the back by ordering a Tesla Model 3.
Total, one of the world’s largest oil producers, says it expects demand for gasoline to level off or decline by 2030 as the number of electric cars sold worldwide increases to as much as 30% of the new car market.
Pollution and destruction from fossil fuel extraction affect all people worldwide. The plight of the Sioux Nation in North Dakota has attracted support from indigenous people from as far away as Norway who have convinced local investors to withdraw financial support for the project.
The Green Festival Expo comes to the Embarcadero in San Francisco November 11 – 13. Come learn about living in a sustainable economy and mingle with like minded people from around the world.
Elon Musk has taken issue with comments by Robert Murray, owner of the largest private coal company in America. Murray called Musk a fraud. Musk had lots more than that to say.
A massive spill from a pipeline in Alabama only reinforces the logic behind the Dakota Access pipeline protest in North Dakota. Fossil fuels endanger our precious water resources just as carbon emissions endanger our skies.
Fossil fuels took it on the chin in Massachusetts yesterday after the state’s highest court ruled utility customers cannot be forced to shoulder the financial risks of a new natural gas pipeline.
This weekend, Scotland generated more than 100% of its electrical needs from wind turbines. That’s great news. But there’s more. The cost of wind power is now equivalent to the cost of making electricity from natural gas. Hello? Which would you prefer, people? Electricity that generates no carbon emissions or electricity that costs the same […]
A new report says even small changes in air pollution standards could have dramatic effects on the number of people who get sick or die each year as a result of breathing pollutants caused by burning fossil fuels.
Over this past weekend, tens of thousands of people assembled around the world to protest the continued use of fossil fuels and demanding that those still buried in the ground remain where they are.
Elon Musk and Bill McKibben have called this week for a revolt against fossil fuels. They argue that the only way to protect the earth from cataclysmic climate change is to stop using fossil fuels immediately.
A report from the IAE says that global carbon emissions were flat last year while world economic activity increased, This is further proof that reducing carbon emissions does not hurt the economy.
Last month, the Koch Brothers agreed to put up $10,000,000 to help promote fossil fuels. A few weeks later, some of that money has already bought favorable press exposure for them.
A group of children has filed suit against the United States government, accusing it of violating their right to life, liberty, and equal protection by not taking a strong enough stand against climate change.
Making the cost of fossil fuels pay for all the damage they cause is just common sense, something that seems to be in short supply in America these days.
The Tesla Roadster is ten years old this year. Much has changed since then, but the desire to wean the world off fossil fuels remains at the core of everything Tesla does.
The annual BP Energy Outlook predicts that fossil fuels will account for 80% of the world’s energy needs in 2035. Renewable energy advocates say that can’t be allowed to happen.
Sweden has embarked on a campaign to become fossil fuel free by 2030. It will be a model for other nations to follow and will be active at COP21 in Paris.