Individuals, environmental protection groups and tribes have filed suit with various energy companies in Oklahoma due to damage caused by recent earthquakes.
Now it’s gone. Soon they will build a church on the property. This is appropriate, I guess — or maybe it’s redundant.
The images of thick, black, heavy crude flowing between homes and into the natural wetlands haunt Maria Todd. Anytime the mother of three hears discussions of pipelines, her mind reels with images of the 2013 Pegasus Pipeline rupture that coated parts of Mayflower, Arkansas, she said during a recent interview with Oklahoma Gazette. Recently, such…
Garden Festival in the Park is hosted by the Oklahoma City Council of Garden Clubs.
Despite raging debate from state officials, the outcome of State Question 777 rests in the hands of voters.
Oklahoma Sierra Club believes in democracy and the right of local communities to regulate themselves.
Taking a cue from our football team, Oklahoma also needs a strong defense against dirty Texas air pollution.
James Roller of the Oklahoma Independent Petroleum Association and Whitney Pearson of the Oklahoma chapter of the Sierra Club talk about last week’s article in the New York Times about Attorney General Scott Pruitt’s relationship with the energy industry
Environmentalists will gather for the People’s Climate March at the Oklahoma City Municipal Building on Sunday at 1:30 p.m. The march is intended to negate what Peace House director and event organizer Nathaniel Batchelder calls the majority of state politicians’ “climate denial.” “There are virtually no scientists today that disagree with the premise that global…
Rixmann lauded a coal-fired power plant in Colorado that was retrofitted recently, touting it as a model for Oklahoma. My research shows that Colorado Springs City Council members were vehemently opposed to spending an additional $121 million on top of tens of millions already invested in retrofits for the plant. The council was particularly opposed…