While clean up continues at the site of the Exxon oil pipeline spill in Mayflower, Arkansas, yesterday, an estimated 700 barrels of oil (or almost 30,000 gallons) were found to have leaked from the Shell oil West Colombia pipeline in Houston.
I confess, I'm very excited about The Perennial Plate roadtrip finally getting underway. I've already posted an awesome video of urban farmers in New Orleans, and another of a dairy farm that let's its cows retire. Now
Some good news/bad news or at least good news/interesting news on fracking, good news first: As TruthOut reports, New Jersey legislators have put forth a bill that would ban fracking in the state, making it the first state in the nation to do so. So
Starting Fall 2009, the incoming class at John Brown University, in Siloam Springs, Arkansas, has a new focus of study - a Bachelor of Science in Renewable Energy. Students can choose from courses focusing on solar, wind,
One piece of information that got lost in all the news of financial turmoil last week which the American Wind Energy Association was quick to point out: The US wind industry is still going strong. Citing four recent manufacturing
Fighting Goliath: Texas Coal Wars, documents how a group of citizens stood up to the proposed development of 19-coal-fired power plants in central and east Texas. Mayors, ranchers, CEOs, community groups,
Wal-Mart has agreed to help US taxpayers take climate action. Over the next two years, they are sending energy audit teams to 20 State Capitol complexes to help save taxpayers money and help the environment...while the Federal Government equivocates
Way back in 2006 we started discussing how it was getting harder to hate Wal-Mart, and since then we've seen the retail giant launch campaigns to sell 100,000,000 Compact Fluorescent Bulbs, we've written about the company's commitment to reduce PVC, and