Wait, what just happened? You might be asking yourself this if you just read the Bloomberg News Headline: “EPA Science Advisors Balk at Fracking Study.”
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“It just seemed so sneaky,” she says. “I didn't know what was going on.”
World leaders agree: it’s time to act
I still remember getting up bright and early with my sisters on Christmas morning, waiting with great excitement for my parents to wake up so we could start unwrapping the bounty of gifts piled beneath the colorfully -lit tree.
Now some of Ohio's electric utilities are looking for their own gifts under the tree and if they get their way, you'll be buying them some pricy presents for the foreseeable future.
During this season of giving, thankfulness, and community, we’re so happy to be able to celebrate some tremendous victories thanks to your support!
While world leaders have converged on Paris for what is being billed as a last-chance summit to avoid catastrophic climate change, many Republicans that dominate Ohio's state government are looking backwards, if not sticking their heads in the sand, when it comes to addressing the most urgent issue of our time.
Throughout the past year, our allies over at Ohio’s Energy Future Tour have been crisscrossing the Buckeye State, discussing the positive economic impact of clean energy technologies in local communities.
Whoever said giants can't do acrobatics, and government regulators never bend hasn't been following the heated debate around the coal bailout cases happening in Columbus.
Fracking is once again threatening Ohio’s public lands. This time, the crosshairs are pointed at the Wayne National Forest.
Without detailed plans to reduce phosphorus, set limits on how much is allowed into the lake, and new protections that effectively limit agricultural pollution, we can expect to see more toxic algae each year.