Children’s Health & the Fossil Fuels

home.prenatal.photo

More and more everyday Science is showing us the impact of dirty fossil fuel on the health of children. ProPublica first reported on suspected health problems related to proximity to oil and gas development in an article in 2011, entitled, … More

Joye Hale wins Dragonslayer Award

Check out Joyce Hale, winner of the Brownie W. Ledbetter Dragonslayer Award for her work on the natural gas issues in the Fayetteville Shale and for her lifetime of work as an activist in Arkansas.

What we are Doing to the Planet!

Al Appleton speaks, February 2014, on what we are doing to our planet. Here he gives both a historical and future view of this question of our dependency on fossil fuels. He speaks of how we have benefited from it … More

Biofuel from New California Grown Plant called Jatropha

New Biofuel succeeds in Growing in California. Biofuel from New California Grown Plant called Jatropha http://www.nytimes.com/2013/12/25/business/energy-environment/start-up-makes-gains-turning-jatropha-bush-into-biofuel.html?ref=earth&_r=0

BP Oil Spill Victims Seek Justice in Court

Monique Harden, environmental lawyer and activist, speaks with Amy Goodman on “Democracy Now” about the extensive damage that still exists 3 years after the BP oil spill. see: ehumanrights.org Advocates for Environmental Human Rights

In Memory of Toshi Seeger

Toshi Aline Ohta Seeger      (1922 – 2013) Beacon, NY Born in Munich, Germany in 1922 to an American mother and a Japanese father, Toshi Seeger, loving wife to Pete Seeger, died peacefully at home at age 91 on the … More