Written by Tina Casey at Clean Technica
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency seems to be making up for lost time when it comes to enforcing the Clean Water Act. That includes closing the door on mountaintop coal mining, also known rather delicately as mountaintop removal. In reality there is nothing delicate about it. The practice Check Out The Rest of ““Clean Coal” Looking More Like a 21st Century Dinosaur” →
The Delaware River Basin Commission (DRBC) is about to issue a broad range of regulations related to how gas drilling using hydrofracking will be conducted in the Delaware River Basin. The Basin is a 13,539 square mile territory that stretches from New York’s Delaware County south to Delaware Bay and includes much of Sullivan County in New York State.
These regulations are being issued in spite of calls from federal officials, federal agencies and environmental groups that the Check Out The Rest of “DRBC Due to Set Hydro-Fracking Regulations” →
As many of you know this is a subject that is near to my heart and I could debate about it regularly, I am very happy to see that someone in our government is going after BIG COAL, I do not care about their political affiliation, D or R makes no difference to me. This is a known fact,, there is no such thing as “Clean Coal”. OK, so you sequester the gasses and pump them into the ground,,UMM…what happens to our
water then?, what if it escapes in the future and is Check Out The Rest of “Senators Go Straight at Coal in The Clean Air Act Amendments of 2010” →
The renewable energy consultants and researchers tell us that the transition from the petroleum-driven economy and society will not be a smooth one, on the whole. The amount of new technologies and infrastructures that need to be developed and built is staggering, even as Germany achieves powering 10% of the entire nation through the use of Check Out The Rest of “Why a Climate Change Initiative ?” →