Keystone is Only Part of the Problem

TransCanada is on the run, but the sad truth is that Keystone XL is only one small part of a very big problem. Here’s a quick rundown of three more controversial pipelines, each as big a threat to wildlife, drinking water, air quality, and quality beer as the Keystone XL. “Enjoy” just doesn’t quite cut it, but “read, share, and act” probably does.

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Video: Poland is Going to Fracking Hell, is America Next?

n recent years, the fiercely independent people of Poland have found themselves caught up in the global hunt for natural resources. In this case, it’s natural gas, and the chemical fracking that companies are using to produce it is sending the country to “fracking hell”.

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Gas Station Owners Push for Hydrogen Fuel Cells in Japan

The gas station industry isn’t just taking a nap while Elon Musk and Tesla are busy making trying to make electric cars “the next thing” in transportation. The big fuel distributors have an infrastructure that EVs, for the moment, can’t match – and they want to continue to be able to capitalize on that infrastructure in a “green” tomorrow. That means they want a future that involves their filling stations.

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Well, Frack Me! (or: the Chemicals are in the Water Now)

Natural gas seems to be a promising source of future fuel, with high-octane characteristics highly favorable to producing both ultra-clean

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