After banning fracking in Maryland, our next fight is clear: making sure a dangerous pipeline doesn't pollute our water.
NAACP President Cornell Brooks stands with coalition of activists and Atlantic City residents to stop a water privatization scheme.
- Pollution Trading
Don’t let “alternative facts” cloud the debate. Here’s some research with real facts about our environment.
While lawmakers decide whether to enact a statewide ban, grassroots activists press forward with drilling waste bans.
The further delay of a rule protecting poultry farmers shows the control the big meatpackers and poultry companies have over our government—and why we need to fight to create a fairer food system.
- Corporate Control of Food
Net metering helps encourage the growth of solar energy. So why is New York swapping it for a complex, untested alternative?
- Climate Change & Environment
While Trump has talked about a big infrastructure plan, New York lawmakers have a chance to actually do something to protect clean water without enriching private interests.
- Corporate Control of Water
Banks need to maximize oil and gas production if they want to profit off the pipelines they finance. But it's at the expense of our safety and health.
Recent support by state Republican leaders for fracking bans puts heat on Democratic leaders who still support fracking.
Governor Larry Hogan signs bipartisan bill, making Maryland the third state in the country to ban fracking.