Environmental Activists Demand Pruitt Repay Expenses From First-Class Tickets

Energy | Chris White
Scott Pruitt, administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), greets employees of the agency in Washington, U.S., February 21, 2017. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts

‘Anyone in the real world has heard far worse’

Proof The Dems Are All About Population Control

Energy | Michael Bastasch
U.S. Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton's campaign chairman John Podesta speaks at the election night rally in Manhattan, New York, U.S., November 9, 2016. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson - HT1ECB90JW2T8


Enviros Wade Into Shutdown Debate, Demand 'Justice' For Dreamers

Energy | Michael Bastasch
Nevada Senate Majority Leader Aaron D. Ford (D-Las Vegas) (3rd L) joins immigrants and supporters as they march on the Las Vegas Strip during a "We Rise for the Dream" rally to oppose U.S. President Donald Trump's order to end DACA on September 10, 2017 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The Obama-era Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program protects young immigrants who grew up in the U.S. after arriving with their undocumented parents from deportation to a foreign country. Trump's executive order removes protection for about 800,000 current "dreamers," about 13,000 of whom live in Nevada. Congress has the option to replace the policy with legislation before DACA expires on March 5, 2018. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

‘Justice for the Earth and those living on it’

Liberals Are Scrambling To Attack Trump For Keeping National Parks Open

Energy | Michael Bastasch
Protesters carry signs during the Peoples Climate March at the White House in Washington

‘A risky situation’

Trump Suspends Obama-Era Global Warming Rule Targeting Methane

Energy | Michael Bastasch
Fracking In California Under Spotlight As Some Local Municipalities Issue Bans

‘It makes no sense for companies to comply’

Trump Gives Obama's Global Warming Legacy A Final Hearing -- In Coal Country

Energy | Michael Bastasch
A dirty coalminer displays a lump of coal as a power and energy source. Shutterstock/Joe Belanger

Coal country gets its say

Enviros Oddly Silent As Trump Punishes Companies For Polluting

Energy | Michael Bastasch
September 20, 2011: Climate activsts covered in black oil hold pickets outside of the White House during a Keystone XL Pipeline protest (B Christopher / Shutterstock.com)

These groups also donates almost exclusively to Democrats

Environmentalists Celebrate Hundreds Of Workers Losing Their Jobs As A Victory In The 'War On Coal'

Energy | Michael Bastasch
Members of the United Mine Workers of America hold a rally outside the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency headquarters in Washington October 7, 2014. The union members rallied against proposed EPA Clean Power Plan rules, which the union claims will eliminate thousands of coal industry-related jobs. (REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst)

‘Speaks volumes about who is waging, and winning, the war on the coal’

Former Mayor Bloomberg Plans 'New Investment' In The Sierra Club's Anti-Coal Campaign

Energy | Michael Bastasch
NEW YORK, NY - NOVEMBER 13: Outgoing Mayor of New York City Michael Bloomberg speaks at the opening ceremony of Four World Trade Center, the first tower to open at the original site of the World Trade Center, on November 13, 2013 in New York City. The building was designed by Fumihiko Maki, has 72 floors, is 978 feet tall and offers 2,500,000 square feet of space. (Photo by Andrew Burton/Getty Images) License info

‘This won’t revive coal’

Court Blocks Major Pipeline Approvals, Says Feds Didn't Consider Climate Change

Energy | Michael Bastasch
FILE PHOTO: Workers prepare a pipeline during the construction of the Olmos Irrigation Project in Lambayeque

‘The agency has legal authority to mitigate’

Keystone Pipeline Protesters Charter Luxurious Buses For Nebraska Protests

Energy | Chris White
Protesters of the Keystone XL Pipeline hold a banner in front of the White House before the sixth day of arrests on August 25, 2011 in Washington. (Shutterstock/Rena Schild)

‘Book as soon as possible’

EPA Panel Defends Pruitt's Questioning Of 'Established Science' Against Attacks

Energy | Michael Bastasch
Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt speaks during an interview for Reuters

‘EPA told the green group to stop trying to silence their director’

Small Ohio Town Spent More Than $185k Trying To Ban Fracking

Energy | Andrew Follett
Woman setting American one dollar bill on fire (Shutterstock/Tiffany Bryant)

‘No choice but to pick up the tab for these six failed ballot measures’

Study: Slashing The US Birth Rate Best Way To Stop Global Warming

Energy | Andrew Follett
Baby doesn't want food (Shutterstock/Jat306)

‘Gives us a chance’

Activists Flood Senate Offices With Endangered Species-Themed Condoms

Energy | Andrew Follett
Beautiful young couple is hugging and smiling while lying covered with blanket in bed. Woman is holding a condom (Shutterstock/George Rudy)

‘We need to draw the connection between human population growth and the wildlife extinction crisis’

Gov't Report: Fossil Fuels 'Continue To Dominate U.S. Energy Mix'

Energy | Andrew Follett
Landscape image of a oil well pumpjack wiith an early morning golden sunrise and American USA red White and Blue Flag background. (Shutterstock/ James BO Insogna)

81 percent of total U.S. energy consumption in 2016

Environmentalists Ask Regulators To Kill Two Nuclear Power Plants

Energy | Andrew Follett
Evening colored sunset view of Nuclear power plant Jaslovske Bohunice - Slovakia (Shutterstock/Daniel Prudek)

They’re worried the reactor will beat out wind and solar

Scientist: Saying Global Warming Is Causing A Mass Extinction Is 'Junk Science'

Energy | Andrew Follett
Planet Earth in flames, Global warming concept. Elements of this image furnished by NASA (Shutterstock/Martin Capek)

‘As scientists we have a responsibility to be accurate about such comparisons’

Environmentalists Are Already Fundraising Off Trump's Paris Decision

Energy | Michael Bastasch
Protesters carry signs during the Peoples Climate March at the White House in Washington

One group wants to raise $2 million