Matt Agorist – The paradigm is shifting.
Lorraine Chow – Everything is for sale to the oil and gas industry.
Anna Hunt – Oil development in the Amazon continues to rise.
Terence Newton – How was our entire world and culture so thoroughly dominated by the oil industry in just over 150 years?
Justin Mikulka – The U.S. is overtaking Russia as the leading producer of oil and gas in the world. The fracking revolution in the U.S. is for real, or as BP’s chief economist put it, “profound.”
Mike Gaworecki – No one knows exactly how much water the California oil industry is using.
Video – The solution for dealing with toxic sludge from tar sands mining is startling, with no consider for furture generations.
Stefanie Spear, Guest Waking Times “Enough is enough,” said Michael Bishop during our phone conversation Saturday morning after he found out TransCanada and its vendor, Michels, are planning to dig…
Directly below this world treasure, however, lies an estimated 846 million barrels of oil that Ecuador is proposing to leave untapped in an effort to prohibit the burning of these fuels and the subsequent release of this CO2 gas and destruction of the rainforest. To do so, Ecuador is seeking contributions from oil producing nations to assist in the protection of this gem.