Jeff Holmstead, perhaps the nation’s prime example of a revolving door lobbyist, was dismissed by a federal judge as an expert witness in a lawsuit brought by the ...On September 11, 2014 / By Connor Gibson
Among the highlights of President Obama’s climate change speech was an explicit recognition that polluting industries and the members of Congress who do their bidding will oppose climate action with ...On June 26, 2013 / By Joe Smyth
Today at a well-attended energy forum hosted by Politico, I shed some light on the role of coal lobbyist Jeffrey Holmstead in blocking pollution reductions for his coal ...On November 15, 2012 / By Connor Gibson
The Environmental Protection Agency is holding a public hearing today in Washington DC on the first-ever rules to limit carbon pollution from new power plants. It’s a popular ...On May 24, 2012 / By Joe Smyth
By: Robert Gardner Greenpeace International Executive Director Kumi Naidoo and local activists inspect the Riverbend coal plant in North Carolina. The plant, owned by Duke Energy, has emitted ...On December 7, 2011 / By Robert Gardner
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Greenpeace activists will be going on trial to fight felony charges for a protest at the P&G headquarters in Cincinnati.