The Biden Campaign’s Closing Argument on Climate Change click button

The Biden Campaign’s Closing Argument on Climate Change

Climate Change became a major issue in the 2020 Presidential campaign.  Watch these Joe Biden ads and the climate stories they tell.  It will never NOT be an issue again. Jacksonville, FL — Velma and Amirah — Ken Knight Drive Velma and Amirah are lifelong residents of the community around Ken Knight Drive in Jacksonville. […]

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Heroes of the Week: Firefighters Fighting Wildfires

Heroes of the Week: Firefighters Fighting Wildfires

Across the Western United States, but in California especially, firefighters have been working around the clock to help save homes and communities. And while we’ve sometimes gotten pushback that when we portray the folks who are just doing their jobs as heroes–these brave men and women make the difference between life and death. In California, […]

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PG&E Enters Guilty Plea For Starting 2018 CA Fires, Will Pay Out $13.5 B to Victims

PG&E Enters Guilty Plea For Starting 2018 CA Fires, Will Pay Out $13.5 B to Victims

Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) has agreed to plead guilty to 84 counts of involuntary manslaughter and one count of unlawfully starting the Camp Fire, according to court documents filed in California on Monday, CNN reported and the company has said it will not appeal. 

Why This Matters:  California and the company agreed to financial terms last Friday under which PG&E agreed to overhaul their board of directors, and now the legal settlement is done as well.

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Massive Explosion at Philly Refinery on Friday, Toxic Gas Release Narrowly Averted

Massive Explosion at Philly Refinery on Friday, Toxic Gas Release Narrowly Averted

A massive explosion at an old oil refinery shook South Philadephia early Friday morning, causing the city to issue orders for nearby residents to shelter in place, and the fire, while controlled, continued to burn into Saturday and will continue until the refinery is able to turn off a valve, according to Philadelphia fire and emergency management officials.

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