One Bill in Texas Legislature Would Ease Extreme Heat in Texas Prisons. Another Makes It Worse.
With the climate crisis at hand, one bill requires air conditioning in prisons, while another would take it away from detained immigrants.
Hurricane Ida Prison Evacuations in Louisiana Left People Without Medication in Bird-Infested Shelter
In a letter, rights groups said incarcerated people were subjected to “dirty and unsafe” conditions during evacuations for Hurricane Ida.
EPA ExposedNew Evidence of Corruption at EPA Chemicals Division
EPA whistleblowers have provided evidence that agency officials avoided calculating the health risks posed by hundreds of new chemicals.
Policing the PipelineOil Company Official Overseeing Crackdown on Pipeline Resistance Cut Teeth at Amazon and Exxon
In the small world of corporate security, officials like Enbridge’s Troy Kirby take counterinsurgency practices from one megacompany to another.
Hurricane Ida Makes a Mockery of Big Oil’s Philanthropy
During Hurricane Ida, energy companies briefly paused efforts to claim credit for combating the problems they’ve caused.