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Oil and Energy



Exxon Mobil Just Posted Its Worst Profits In Almost Thirty Years.
by Antonia JuhaszMedium
January 31st, 2017

Why Rex Tillerson Could be America's Most Dangerous Secretary of State.
by Antonia JuhaszIn These Times
January 9th, 2017

Light on the Horizon: Lessons from the BP Oil Disaster.
by Antonia JuhaszHarper's Magazine
December 29th, 2016
Message to an oil hungry administration from the survivors of the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.

Obama Enacts Offshore Drilling Ban Designed to Be Trump-Proof.
by Antonia JuhaszRolling Stone
December 22nd, 2016
President's ban is meant to be permanent, akin to the designation of a national monument.

Meet one young woman who took up the fight at Standing Rock.
by Antonia JuhaszGrist
November 15th, 2016
"If I’ve ever called myself a warrior, this is the time to show who I am."

Trump’s victory could be a big win for the Dakota Access Pipeline, but opponents stand strong.
by Antonia JuhaszGrist
November 11th, 2016
Report from Standing Rock in the age of Trump.

‘We Have Come to Dance for Our People.’
by Antonia JuhaszPacific Standard Magazine
Jingle Dress Dancers bring healing and prayer after a historic day of battle in North Dakota’s oil pipeline war.

Inside the Battle Over the Dakota Access Pipeline.
by Antonia JuhaszPacific Standard Magazine
November 1st, 2016
Prayer circles, rubber bullets, and a buffalo stampede at the major protest in rural North Dakota.

President Trump's Energy Policy Would Be a Nightmare.
by Antonia JuhaszRolling Stone
September 29th, 2016
A deep dive into the dark energy policy netherworld of Trump and his advisers.

NRA Co-Hosts "Shoot-Out" During Republican Convention.
by Antonia JuhaszRolling Stone
July 20th, 2016

6 Years After Gulf Oil Spill, Residents Demand 'No More Drilling.'
by Antonia JuhaszRolling Stone
April 20th, 2016
As the legal cases against BP draw to a close, the risks of offshore oil drilling — and public opposition to it — grow.

Women Take On Climate Change.
by Antonia JuhaszMs. Magazine
March 29th, 2016
“If you’re like me, and you feel panicked about what to do, a good thing to do is find someone who is already doing something, and try to help,” Ariel Ross of Stillwater, Oklahoma.

Paris Was Just a Way Station in the Climate Change Fight.
by Antonia JuhaszNewsweek
December 17th, 2015
The lesson of COP21 is that we can’t wait for COP22 to solve the climate crisis.

Suicidal Tendencies: How Saudi Arabia Could Kill the COP21 Negotiations in Paris.
by Antonia JuhaszNewsweek
December 9th, 2015
How does a country negotiate its own perceived demise?

Oceans Are Not On the Table At Climate Negotiations in Paris.
by Antonia JuhaszNewsweek
December 7th, 2015
Why aren't oceans being discussed at COP21 in Paris?

At COP21, Victims of Paris Attack Mobilize for Climate Action.
by Antonia JuhaszNewsweek
November 30th, 2015

From North Dakota to Paris with Love.
by Antonia JuhaszNewsweek
November 11th, 2015
Lessons for the COP21 climate talks from the heart of the fracking boom in the United States.

Shell Is Reeling After Pulling Out of the Arctic.
by Antonia JuhaszNewsweek
October 13th, 2015
The oil giant’s increasingly bad reputation at the hands of a growing global protest movement led it to give up on Arctic ambitions.

Ondas de choque.
by Antonia JuhaszNewsweek en Español
October 12th, 2015
Shell aún sufre el impacto de haber suspendido su perforación en el Ártico, pero locales y ambientalistas están felices.

BP 'Got Off Cheaply' With $18.7 Billion Settlement.
by Antonia JuhaszRolling Stone
July 3rd, 2015
BP had already estimated economic damages resulting from the Deepwater Horizon disaster at some $43 billion.

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