Monthly Archives: November 2013

What’s Left of the Keystone Story

The┬áNational Journal has a long dive into the remaining possibilities for the Keystone XL Pipeline: The next two steps in the protracted regulatory review process will be the State Department’s release of two documents: the final envir... Read more

EPA May Have Mishandled Latest Anti-Coal Rule

According to CEI’s William Yeatman, the Environmental Protection Agency may have screwed up in the drafting of the latest anti-coal regulations: The proposed regulation would require new coal-fired power plants to install carbon capture... Read more

Obama Approves Changes to Pipeline Crossing Canadian Border

Earlier this week the U.S. State Department quietly approved a permit for changes to a pipeline that travels across the Canadian border: A subsidiary of Houston-based Kinder Morgan Inc. secured a highly coveted presidential permit from the U.... Read more

Which Companies “Caused” Global Warming?

This may sound obnoxious, but some environmental journalism is of very low quality. Take for example this article today from The Guardian: The climate crisis of the 21st century has been caused largely by just 90 companies, which between the... Read more

Chevron’s Court Case Takes a Weird Turn

Over the years Resourceful Earth has followed the trial involving Chevron, Steve Donziger, and the nation of Ecuador (see these links, 2, 3, 4). Last we mentioned the case, Chevron had been having some successes. In the interim, the Ecuadorea... Read more