Articles tagged: Climate Change

A dead piñon pine in Boot Canyon in Big Bend National Park. by

Feeling the Burn in Big Bend

An epic drought has scientists racing to predict the future of Big Bend's unique sky islands.

The 2011 drought that wiped out half the piñon pines in Big Bend’s sky island is a warning shot as the Southwest succumbs to climate change....Read More

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Former TCEQ Chairman: Renewables Are ‘False Hope’

A Texas think tanker’s latest book espouses the virtues of fossil fuels and argues that countries should resist shifting to renewables.

As Kathleen Hartnett White praised the “expanding benefits” of fossil fuels and the “breathtaking” development of fracking during her Wednesday talk at ...Read More

The ExxonMobil refinery in Baytown. Officials in the Virgin Islands are currently looking into whether the oil giant misled its shareholders, but Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has filed a court brief hoping to stop the investigation. by

Paxton: ExxonMobil Climate Investigation Must Be Stopped

Texas' attorney general is seeking to block a Virgin Islands investigation into whether the oil giant misled the public and shareholders about climate science.

Texas' attorney general is seeking to block a Virgin Islands investigation into whether the oil giant misled the public and shareholders about climate science....Read More

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Photos of Dystopia

FotoFest, Houston’s biennial art photography fair, bears witness to a planet in peril.

FotoFest, Houston’s biennial art photography fair, bears witness to a planet in peril in alternately beautiful and disturbing ways....Read More

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