Changing bird names tied to racism and colonialism. What recent court rulings against major pipelines mean for “energy dominance,” the environment and Indigenous rights. A trip to Ice Mountain in West Virginia where rare plants grow and cool air seeps out of ice vents deep in the rocks.
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- Hiking Back in Time on Ice Mountain - On Ice Mountain in West Virginia, rare plants have existed since the Ice Age and cool air seeps out of ice vents deep in the rocks.
- Reckoning with the Racist Past of Bird Names - Even bird names have ties to racism and colonialism. A group of birders wants to change that.
- What Major Pipeline Decisions Mean for Energy Dominance, the Environment and Indigenous Rights - A journalist and an Indigenous rights activist weigh in recent court rulings against the Dakota Access and Keystone XL pipelines and the scrapping of the Atlantic Coast pipeline.
- AG Charges Two Pipeline Companies Over Spills in Washington County - Shapiro said grand jury evidence showed pipeline builders ignored a spill. Foreman told to "look the other way."