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Anti-Pipeline Activists Play A Cynical, Costly Game

They aren’t getting the national media attention that was focused on the year-long, often-violent protests of the Dakota Access Pipeline in 2016/17 , but activists are still disrupting the building of a number of pipelines around the country. Several major new oil and gas pipeline projects around the U.S. are experiencing delays and disruptions due to the ever-evolving tactics deployed by well-funded anti-development activist groups.

You Just Paid for a Study Claiming Fracking Could Make You Fat

You Just Paid for a Study Claiming Fracking Could Make You Fat FrackFeed | July 3, 2018 Just when you think the dumb claims against fracking couldn’t get any dumber, a research team up and claims fracking could make you fat. If you think that’s ridiculous, you’re right. If you think we’re making this up, […]

Activists Asking Out-of-Staters to Help with ‘Local’ Pipeline Protest

Activists Asking Out-of-Staters to Help with ‘Local’ Pipeline Protest FrackFeed | June 28, 2018 We hear it all the time from anti-pipeline activists. “This is about local people rising up and protecting the environment!” It’s really about professional protesters flying in from out of state and trashing the place – and now the activists aren’t even hiding […]

Chepstow Celebrates Plastic-Free Status With Plastic Banner

Chepstow Celebrates Plastic-Free Status With Plastic Banner Steven Morris | The Guardian | June 13, 2018 Councillor calls for sign to be removed from battlements saying it is ‘beyond irony’. A historic town in south Wales has been criticized for celebrating becoming a plastic-free community by hanging a banner made of plastic from a 13th-century gateway. Chepstow […]

Groundwater Improves Near Fracking in Pennsylvania, According to Science

Groundwater Improves Near Fracking in Pennsylvania, According to Science FrackFeed | June 12, 2018 Want to make a fractivist’s head spin? Show them this study. We honestly couldn’t put it any better, so here’s a summary directly from Penn State University: “Unlike previous studies, our findings show that groundwater quality might even be improving in an area […]

New York’s Green Energy Roulette

New York’s Green Energy Roulette Holman W. Jenkins, Jr. | The Wall Street Journal | May 15, 2018 Gov. Cuomo uses up his state’s electricity margin of safety to advance his career. New York liberals are aflutter over their obliviousness to the abusive boyfriend in their midst. State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman resigned last week […]