Goldman Environmental Prize-winning activist and fourth-generation fisherman Diane Wilson cites jailing and mistreatment of those seeking justice for the devastation of coastal fisheries in launching the solidarity Global Hunger Strike.
Residents of Corpus Christi, home to six refineries and the busiest oil export port in the United States, suffer from a utility burden that is more than twice the national average. Deceleration’s mapping project shows how utility burden, asthma, and of health insurance is linked for many across the four-county Corpus area.
Exploring what the anticipated (and massive) CO2 sequestration pipeline network will look like in the United States. It all starts in Texas.
Racist mascots. Fossil fuel extraction. Murdered and missing indigenous women. Native runners highlight the high cost of continuing colonial domination in the United States and along the U.S.-Mexico borderlands.
A conversation with John Beard of the Port Arthur Community Action Network in advance of an online panel highlighting the historic and ongoing struggles of frontline BIPOC communities in Louisiana and Texas.
Attacks on US energy infrastructure across the US are increasing. Meanwhile, the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission is mulling shifting more security obligations from plant owners to local law enforcement.
The monster tax abatement program known as Chapter 313 expired on Dec. 31, but a flurry of last minute proposals may have irreversible effects for decades into the future.
Special report: Rival U.S. firms lob differing, and debatable, climate claims as they market so-called ‘green’ liquefied natural gas to a warming world. Jeffrey Ball | Canary Media By night, the industrial operation sprawling across the marshland of Louisiana’s southwest tip seems otherworldly. The 1.6-square-mile complex of tubes, tanks and machinery […]