By Timothy Hurst on January 6, 2012
The Fracking Song is educational, well-cited and even pretty catchy. I dare you to watch it without either getting the chorus stuck in your head or learning a thing or two about the science and politics of hydraulic fracturing.
By Timothy Hurst on August 25, 2010
As the dust was settling and people were still digging through the rubble after the massive 7.0-magnitude earthquake in Haiti on January 12, frontman for legendary reggae band Steel Pulse, David Hinds, was already sitting down to write a song about the catastrophe.
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By Timothy Hurst on July 21, 2010
Folk hero and longtime social and environmental activist, Pete Seeger, hasn’t hung up the protest banjo yet.
By Timothy Hurst on July 15, 2010
Crawfisherman Drew Landry breaks into song at the first Gulf Oil Spill Commission hearings earlier this week in New Orleans.
By Timothy Hurst on June 15, 2010
Ever since the massive explosion on the Deepwater Horizon offshore drilling rig and the ensuing oil spill that began almost two months ago, I have spent nearly all of my professional time and energy on reading, writing and researching the BP response and serious problems with transparency; the government response and the media’s enthusiasm to [...]