Blog posts tagged in Earth Violator
By Ed Komenda
The Associated Press
SEATTLE>> Telling executives to “strive harder,” hundreds of corporate Amazon workers protested what they decried as the company’s lack of progress on climate goals and an inequitable return-to-office mandate during a lunc...
Shell Refinery Unit Had History of Malfunctions Before Fire
Recent “upsets” like tripped compressors, pressure loss and freezing weather resulted in the thousands of pounds of illegal pollution but no fines or citations from the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality.
By Dylan Baddour
May 9, 2...
By Judith Kohler
The Denver Post
A Denver oil and gas company is facing about $1.8 million in penalties and the possibility of losing its ability to operate in Colorado after state regulators decided it violated several state regulations.
Next the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission will...
During a four-week period in the fall of 2012, hunters went on a poaching spree in Washington County killing or wounding more than a dozen deer, three cows, protected birds and other types of wildlife.
After receiving an anonymous tip, Idaho Fish and Game officers identified the four men responsibl...
Ohio authorities shut down a hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, natural gas operation in Mahoning County on Monday after two earthquakes were felt in the area, near the Pennsylvania border, local newspapers and broadcasters reported.
The quakes registered magnitudes of 3.0 and 2.6, the U.S. Geologi...
Greenpeace has started a war of sorts. Ironic? Not really, considering its adversary, Hewlett Packard (HP), and the two organizations’ history of contempt.
By Sarah Harper | July 30th, 2009
The eco activist network has taken on HP, which Greenpeace claims is producing hazardous chemicals and not m...