Pembina was the sole funding source of a sheriff’s unit that monitored opposition to the proposed Jordan Cove natural gas pipeline and export terminal.
The island’s electric grid is too centralized to be resilient. But politicians and investors are obstructing a grassroots movement for community solar.
“A historically significant area is going to be changed irreparably. You’re never going to be able to put it back together.”
Steven Donziger won a multibillion-dollar judgment against Chevron in Ecuador. The company sued him in New York, and now he’s under house arrest.
Though neonicotinoids are banned in the EU, a sophisticated information war has kept these insecticides — toxic to bees and birds — on the U.S. market.