February 4, 2015

Americans Asked the EPA to Reject Keystone XL. Then They Did.

Last Spring activists put on a massive light show on the EPA’s front door, demanding they speak out against Keystone XL. This week, the EPA sent a letter to the State Department doing just that. The EPA’s letter to the State Department warns of the carbon emissions and spills that could result from Keystone XL. More importantly,… Read more »

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February 4, 2015

The Final Push to Save Our Internet

This is shaping up to be pretty damn monumental. First, a quick intro for the uninitiated: There is a lot of back-and-forth on the issue of Net Neutrality, which—granted—can be a somewhat confusing concept. So let’s review: a large number of companies, organizations and individuals, including Other98, favor net neutrality. This is, after all, the… Read more »

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January 29, 2015

Recycling Done Right.

New York City has a lot old rusty broken down subway cars. David Ross, an NYC transit official, had a pretty unorthodox idea about what they could do with them. On instructions from the EPA, they stripped the old hulking cars of wheels, motors, windows and any traces of oil or gas before loading them… Read more »

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