Mark Ruffalo anti-fracking demonstration

The New York Times: A Chat on New York’s Shale Gas Ban with Anti-Fracking Superhero Mark Ruffalo

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By Andrew C. Revkin; Original story here On Twitter early this morning, I had a productive exchange about Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo’s decision to ban shale gas development in New York with Mark Ruffalo, the actor best known for playing the Marvel comic character Hulk. Ruffalo, who lives near the Delaware River in the upstate… Read more »

Leonardo DiCaprio at Clinton Global Citizen Awards ceremony

The World Post: Leonardo DiCaprio: Green Tech Can Soon Meet 100% Of Global Energy Needs

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By Leila Connors–Tree Media; Original story here We don’t need fossil fuels anymore. Many would argue that the reason we can’t stop burning fossil fuels and address climate change is that our modern civilization can’t continue without them. The notion that we depend on fossil fuels is a myth; and it’s a myth that must… Read more »

Energy Freedom NASCAR

autoblog green: Leilani Munter loves her Energy Freedom Race Car, Tesla Model S

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By Sebastian Blanco; Original story here ARCA Racer Says NASCAR Fans Are Ready For Green Message Leilani Münter is putting a red, white and blue spin on green at the Kansas Speedway tonight. That’s where the eco-minded racer is debuting her Energy Freedom car with the message that people should be able to choose how clean… Read more »

Mark Ruffalo and Leonardo DiCaprio at People's Climate March NYC

USA TODAY: ‘Largest-ever’ climate-change march rolls through NYC

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By Alia E. Dastagir ; Original story here NEW YORK — More than 300,000 people marched through the streets of New York City on Sunday in what organizers called the largest climate-change demonstration in history. With banners, flags, floats and drums, protesters at the “People’s Climate March” overwhelmed midtown Manhattan in flocks of vivid color, demanding… Read more »