Monthly Archives: August 2013

Obama, Cuomo Walk a Fine Line on NY Fracking

Earlier this month President Obama toured New York State to discuss changes he proposed to higher education. Obama’s tour was expected to be met with numerous protesters in support and opposition to fracking: President Barack Obama‚Äôs¬... Read more

Keystone Decision Pushed to 2014

According to¬† The State Department’s decision on the Keystone XL pipeline is in danger of being pushed into 2014. State’s internal watchdog on Friday said it won’t complete until January a review of allegations ... Read more

Gina McCarthy Heads to Bristol Bay

Gina McCarthy, the new acting head of the Environmental Protection Agency, is taking a trip out to Alaska in order to scope out the proposed Pebble Mine site: WASHINGTON — New Environmental Protection Agency chief Gina McCarthy plans to... Read more

Rejecting Keystone Pipeline Will Have Negligible Impact on Emissions

Image via Cutting Edge News According to a new study by the energy consultancy IHS: A new study from IHS, a prominent, independent energy research firm, says that a thumbs down from President Barack Obama on the Keystone Pipeline would have m... Read more

“Richard Windsor” Strikes Again

You may remember that just a few months ago, President Obama asserted that his Administration was the most transparent in history. Discoveries made this week, however, seem to show the opposite. Over the past several days, research in to thou... Read more