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Vivienne Westwood, True Queen of Punk, Dances to ABBA at Anti-Fracking Protest
Nobody can resist the siren call of “Dancing Queen.”
Natural Gas Is Hurting the Climate More Than We Thought
Scott Pruitt tried to suppress research on methane emissions at gas plants. A new study reveals that he had good reason to fear the truth.
EPA Removes Frackers’ Favorite Sentence From Report on Water Contamination
The agency is no longer comfortable asserting that “hydraulic fracturing activities have not led to widespread, systemic impacts” on drinking water.
Listen to Dame Vivienne Westwood’s Anti-Fracking Rap
She’s got bars.
The World’s Largest Energy Trader Predicts 10 More Years of Cheap Oil
We’re looking at six more weeks of winter and ten more years of cheap gas.
Oklahoma Now No. 1 in Earthquakes
A Lawmaker Wants to Put Warning Labels on Food Affected by Fracking
“Produced using recycled or treated oil-field wastewater.”
Jeb Bush Is Not a Scientist, and He Knows Matt Damon Isn’t One Either
So he should stop getting people riled up about fracking.
Cuomo’s Fracking Ban Is (Political) Arts and Science
A surprising win for the governor’s liberal critics.
New York State Court Rules That Towns Can Ban Fracking
The fracklash is now official.
Batali and Telepan Issue Anti-Fracking Op-Ed
“We’ll never get back what we lose.”
Gulf Oil Emirs Are Bankrolling Matt Damon’s Anti-Fracking Film
Looks like yes.
No Mention of the NYC Watershed in Mayor Bloomberg’s Pro-Fracking Op-Ed
We can frack safely if we frack sensibly. That may not make for a great bumper sticker.”
Report: Prepare for Some Serious Fracking, New York
Newsroom Mounts Defense of Fracking Coverage: Memo
An internal memo to the public editor rebuts charges that the paper is anti-gas.
New York Is Headed for a Big Fracking Situation
The state will now allow hydraulic fracturing, a controversial method for natural-gas extraction.
Rush Holt, the
Computer-Defeating Ph.D. Physicist Congressman, on Japan’s Nuclear Crisis
What the Fukushima meltdown means for America’s energy future.
Hydraulic Fracturing Makes Drinking Water Nice and Flammable
The controversial practice of fracking gets more controversial.