The Senate passed a bill revoking Vermont’s GMO labeling law. Now we need to call on President Obama to stop it.
A small town in New York is facing a public health crisis, and the state government won't explain why it took them so long to respond.
Heather Zichal's defense of fracking makes sense. Beginning with her strong embrace of fracking as President Obama’s top aide on climate and energy issues, she has become a key figure in the fracking world, profiting handsomely as a result.
Despite their claims that natural gas is a clean fuel, ExxonMobil knew and denied the dangers of climate change.
The Vermont GMO labeling law is about clear, on-package labeling, but that’s not what the Senate is proposing.
The nation's spotlight will shine on Philadelphia during the Democratic National Convention this month. We will be there by the thousands, demanding a Clean Energy Revolution.
Wenonah Hauter's new book shows how, after being broken up in 1911, the companies that made up Standard Oil came to make up the four largest oil companies in the world.
This is how trade rules help corporations challenge measures that protect the environment and public health.
- Global Trade
A new EPA proposal to raise the amount of radiation allowed in drinking water during an emergency makes no sense.
- Corporate Control of Water
If Vermont’s GMO labeling law goes into effect next week, it’ll have implications across the country. But a terrible new bill in the Senate could take that away.