2012 Goldman Prize recipient Ikal Angelei is leading the campaign to protect Kenya's Lake Turkana from the Gibe III dam, which could cause the lake’s water level to drop by as much as 23 to 33 feet within the first five years, depleting fish stocks and depriving communities of a critical source of potable water in this desert environment.
Danger in the Heartland: Man-Made Quakes Mark New Hazard Map
Kayaktivists in Puget Sound during a training session for a planned floating protest of a proposal by Royal Dutch Shell to lease a terminal in the Port of Seattle for its Arctic drilling fleet, in Seattle, May 7, 2015. Groups organizing a ShellNo Flotilla for Saturday May 16, 2015 hope to attract 1,000 kayaks or other small boats. (Photo: David Ryder/The New York Times)
Billionaire supports reported inquiry into possible ExxonMobil cover-up
‘We don’t have the facts yet, but I think that there is enough that has been revealed that it’s totally appropriate that (California) be conducting this investigation,’ environmental activist Tom Steyer told the Guardian.