Moving Beyond Dirty Energy

    TORONTO -  Five major environmental groups have joined together with Canadian musician Gaiaisi to release a music video aiming to raise awareness on the climate crisis with an overwhelming collage of imagery delving into the complex causes, as well as solutions to what the artist refers to as a “global meltdown.”  The song “Change The Earth,” which has already been viewed more than 40,000 times in the first three weeks since its release, is the result of an unprecedented level of cooperation between major environmental groups including 350.org, Al Gore’s “Climat

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Read Michael Bishop's Call for Unity HERE.

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Read Part III of Michael Bishop's ongoing fight against Keystone XL's southern leg HERE

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Read Part II of Michael Bishop's ongoing fight against Keystone XL's southern leg HERE

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Read Part I of Michael Bishop's ongoing fight against Keystone XL's southern leg HERE

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75 Drilling down the road from Summit Elementary School, Butler County PA

Saturday morning and Monday afternoon, Pennsylvania community organizers led Power Shift attendees from Wisconsin, Kentucky, California, Colorado and more on a tour of shale gas fracking operations and related infrastructure north of Pittsburgh. Among others, we saw Shell, Exxon, and Chevron's shale gas operations.

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81 Lawrence, Butler, and Beaver Counties were all covered by the shalefield tour.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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In northeast Pennsylvania, about an hour northwest of Allentown, lies Hazleton, a city with the dubious reputation of enacting ordinances that fueled ethnic tensions and anti-immigrant sentiment.

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