Oil and Gas Want ‘Equity’ In Regulations, And We Couldn’t Agree More

October 29, 2018 • Melissa Troutman
Without closing regulatory loopholes for the oil and gas industry, the EPA’s latest produced water study won’t protect anything but the industry’s bottom line. On October 9th, the U.S. EPA held a public meeting about its “holistic” study of oil… More »

Mine proposals that include marine waste dumping

October 16, 2018

Mine proposals that include marine waste dumping – Updated October 2018

Drawing the Battle Lines Over Papua New Guinea’s Ocean Dumping Problem

September 21, 2018 • Ellen Moore
The island nation of Papua New Guinea and its neighbor West Papua, Indonesia, are among the only places in the world where mining companies are permitted to dump toxic mine waste into natural water bodies. In these adjacent countries, there… More »

Prediciendo problemas de calidad de agua en minería metálica

August 21, 2018

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Shell’s Falcon: A Pipeline and an Incomplete Plan

August 8, 2018 • Leann Leiter
In late 2017, Shell Pipeline Company filed a 20,000 page application for permits to construct the 45-mile Falcon Ethane Pipeline —and that’s just for its route through Pennsylvania. But don’t be fooled by the huge volume of information: this plan… More »

Stop financing ocean polluting

July 23, 2018 • Mads Løkeland and Jorunn Vallestad
Originally published and translated from Bergens Tiedende Garbage, pollution, climate change, destruction of habitats and the spreading of alien species: we learn more each day about the extent to which human activity is impacting the ocean. Dumping mining waste in… More »

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TEDX Comments on Crestone CDP

July 11, 2018 • Carol Kwiatkowski