"With his pen stroke, with the emergency manager law, he poisoned 100,000 people; this is what happens when profits take precedence over people."
Obama rejected a permit for Keystone construction, but on Jan. 6, TransCanada sued in federal court in Houston to overturn that ruling.
The full story about the administration's true role in this disaster may have to wait for the outcome of federal-level investigations.
The well from which it came lacked a working safety valve; while one was supposed to be implemented back in 1979, the company failed to do this.
"The magnitude of what we are dealing with, I don't believe it can only be solved by governments; we need a system change."
The community development organization members believe that an alternative, clean energy economy can be achieved by empowering the underprivileged and unemployed.
Here are some interesting science stories reported this week relating to both political and social affairs, and health news as well.
October and November have ushered in victories for environmentalists. Corporations have been soundly defeated or exposed on many fronts.
Links to some of the most interesting science stories reported this week relating to both political and social affairs.
Fossil fuel and pipeline corporations are trying to sell their plans to export fracked gas through communities, forests, and rivers.