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By ProPublica on March 31, 2013
Moniz’s work for energy companies since he served in President Clinton’s Energy Department has irked some environmentalists.
By ProPublica on January 27, 2013
South of the border, worsening water shortages have forced authorities to look ever deeper for drinking water.
By ProPublica on June 11, 2012
North Dakota is pumping more than 575,000 barrels of oil a day now, reinvigorating North Dakota’s once-stagnant economy and reversing a population decline. But growth has come at a cost.
By ProPublica on May 5, 2012
A new study has raised fresh concerns about the safety of gas drilling in the Marcellus Shale.
By ProPublica on April 29, 2012
ALEC says the model disclosure legislation is designed to promote “responsible resource production” and “aims to preempt the promulgation of duplicative, burdensome federal regulations.”