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  • What do future cities look like?

    Mic | Steve Dool | Sept. 18, 2017 City planning in the 21st century often requires navigating a Pandora’s Box of complicated, interconnected issues. In population-dense urban centers like San Francisco, for example, strict zoning laws clash with a need for more housing. In contrast, further south in Los Angeles, an abundance of new construction has exacerbated the city’s growing population. One common […] Read More

  • Hollywood Fractivists Should Fear, FractCheck is Here

    Fox and Hounds | Dave Quast | 10/16/17 For years, anti-fracking activists (“fractivists”) and Hollywood celebrities have made unfounded claims about fracking with no consequence or regard for scientific facts. The fact that oil and gas fuel their jet-setting and yachting lifestyles is apparently lost on them, too. To dispel these rumors and keep fractivists’ false claims in […] Read More

  • Jury convicts activist who targeted North Dakota pipeline

    The Associated Press | Oct 8, 2017, 4:52 PM ET A North Dakota jury has convicted an environmental activist who targeted an oil pipeline a year ago. The Pembina (PEM’-buh-nuh) County jury found Michael Foster of Seattle guilty Friday of conspiracy to commit criminal mischief, criminal mischief and trespass. Foster was acquitted of reckless endangerment. Foster’s actions were […] Read More

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