A report from the fencelines in the booming Southeast Texas petrochemical corridor.
Gulf of Mexico
Critics worry about leakage through rock layers, pipeline safety and the lackluster record of the technology onshore.
The policy has been denounced in lawsuits and petitions, but the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality denies that it exists.
From Appalachia to Texas and Louisiana, new environmental justice reports highlight how our struggles are connected.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers plans on dredging a superfund site in order to complete a massive Gulf Coast terminal for oil tankers.
The industrial takeover of Freeport’s East End, a historically Black community, is almost complete.
The longtime Gulf Coast activist just won the prestigious Goldman Environmental Prize.
Regulators say the company fixed flaws at Freeport LNG which led compressed methane to burst from a pipe and catch fire.
Citing low numbers, the Parks and Wildlife Commission has closed most of the state’s bays to commercial harvest.
Upcoming offshore wind farms in the Gulf of Mexico could bring jobs as well as clean energy to Texas communities.