Lissa Lucas is running for the West Virginia Statehouse, and her campaign gets a boost after she calls out lawmakers backing a fracking bill.
In its first parry to the administration’s repeal of regulations, the state's water board has established its own rules to protect wetlands and other waters.
Officials, environmental groups and oil industry analysts say the state has solid regulatory and legal means to block new drilling off its coast.
Shareholder intervention helped produce the plan to cut the energy giant’s climate impact, but some say it falls short.
Nebraska regulators are not allowed to consider pipeline safety in deciding whether to expand the project.
Some of the worst fears and dire predictions of opponents of the project may be coming true.
Our actions can change systems so they are equitable, just and nondiscriminatory.
Dakota Access pipeline protesters are seeing the charges against them dropped, while activists in Canada celebrate the abandonment of a large pipeline project.
Reporters from Democracy Now! join environmental justice organizer Bryan Parras for a look at the environmental impact of Hurricane Harvey.