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Earthquakes are becoming a great risk to the people of Oklahoma, Texas and Ohio, and evidence points to the disposal of fracking wastewater.

Sep 12, 2016 Blog Post

If we reach lightbulb saturation – meaning, every home has long-lasting lightbulbs installed – it will be hard for lightbulb companies to sell the same...

Aug 17, 2016 Blog Post

Trying to answer the question "If you are so worried about global warming, why are you opposed to fracking to increase natural gas production?" led...

Jul 28, 2016 Blog Post
A Review of Evidence Finds that Methane Leaks Undercut the Climate Benefits of Gas

Natural gas has been touted as a “bridge fuel” that can help the United States and the world reduce emissions of global warming pollutants during...

Jul 27, 2016 Report

Now is the time for states like Pennsylvania to set in place strong bonding requirements to ensure that money is available for environmental cleanup and...

Jul 13, 2016 Blog Post

Transportation just became the leading source of carbon dioxide emissions in the United States. But until recently, some of the biggest sources of transportation emissions...

Jun 29, 2016 Blog Post

For operators like Range Resources, which operates more than 1,000 wells in Pennsylvania, the blanket bonding requirement equates to roughly $600 per well.

Jun 29, 2016 Blog Post

Unplugged wells threaten to pollute drinking water and can leak the potent greenhouse gas methane, endangering communities both local and global.

Jun 23, 2016 Blog Post

Estimating the costs of losing the Clean Power Plan using newly released data from the Department of Energy’s Energy Information Administration.

May 17, 2016 Blog Post

Society's problems are not simple, but they are solvable if we follow a few basic principles.

May 9, 2016 Blog Post