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The world spends an astounding US$423 billion annually to subsidize fossil fuels for consumers – oil, electricity that is generated by the burning of other fossil fuels, gas, and coal. This is four times the amount being called for to help poor countries tackle the climate crisis, one of the sticking points ahead of the COP26 global climate conference next week, according to new UN Development Programme (UNDP) research.

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Dionysus Deep Well Site Denied

Dec. 15. 2021.   Kudos to Concerned Citizens of West Deer (CROWD) in their work to deny permits for two fracking well pads in the West Deer Community.  Olympus Energy, formerly Huntley and Huntley, applied for permits for the …

An Empire of Dying Wells

by Zachary R. Mider and Rachel Adams-Heard, Bloomberg Green, Oct. 12, 2021.

Hutson is the founder and chief executive officer of one of the strangest companies ever to hit the American oil patch and the reason for our four-day …

Pittsburgh outlines energy strategy in new document

Pittsburgh’s energy strategy now has been extended to private developers.

In a document released Saturday, the city says it wants private entities to submit climate and energy-efficiency plans along with building plans.

How Students Pressured Harvard to Divest From Fossil Fuels– and Won

by Ilana Cohen, The Nation.

Climate activists at other institutions can learn from Fossil Fuel Divest Harvard after their victory at the world’s richest university.

EDITOR’S NOTE: This story was produced for Student Nation, a program of The Nation Fund …

Other Voices: Plugging abandoned wells boosts local economies

Max Harleman and Jeremy Weber (Univ. Pittsburgh, GSPIA) in Pittsburgh Post Gazette, July 18,2021.

Energy from oil and gas wells fueled American industrial growth and powered our country through two world wars and two energy crises. But today, many of …

Fracking with “Forever Chemicals”

PSR is proud to publish Fracking with “Forever Chemicals,” a report presenting previously unpublicized evidence that major oil and gas companies, including ExxonMobil and Chevron, have used per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), or substances that