Greenpeace International

  • Blogs

    November 21, 2013

    Two Texas Congressmen Are Pushing to Strip the Feds of the Power to Regulate Fracking

    According to the natural gas industry, states are doing a really, really great job of keeping a tough eye on the natural gas industry. "State regulators have done an awfully good job," says the CEO of one energy company. "States are doing a good job of regulating hydraulic fracturing," adds the ma ... More >>

  • Blogs

    February 12, 2013

    Environmental Groups Wants EPA Investigated Over Dropped Parker County Case

    Greenpeace, the Center for Biological Diversity, and Public Citizen -- along with more than 80 other groups from across the country -- are calling on the EPA Inspector General to investigate the agency's withdrawal from legal action against a company accused of contaminating a water well through its ... More >>

  • Music

    October 30, 2008
  • Dining

    June 12, 2008
  • Blogs

    May 27, 2008

    Wonders a Downwinder: A Bad Wind A-Blowin' In From Midlothian?

    As those crushed cars continue to burn, baby, burn at that steel plant in Midlothian, Jim Schermbeck of Downwinders at Risk asks that we share the part of the story going "completely unreported," as he puts it in a missive sent Unfair Park's way: "Contamination from this fire could easily reach Dall ... More >>

  • Blogs

    September 19, 2007

    Is the Man Behind the TXU Deal a Hero or a Villain? Depends.

    To his friends, this is Fred Krupp. To his enemies, reports The New Republic, he's Fred Corrupt. In the new issue of The New Republic, there's a lengthy (subscription-only) profile of Fred Krupp -- president of Environmental Defense and the man behind TXU's $45-billion sale to Kohlberg Kravis Robert ... More >>

  • Blogs

    September 18, 2007

    Shanghai 5 to Get Political at the Space

    We just got word Shanghai 5, that odd, fun little torch-rock-twisted-burlesque band fronted by she-with-the-mind-bending-voice singer Amy Curnow, is prepping for a big ol’ political extravaganza. Tuesday, Sept. 25, the Dallas County Young Democrats will host a wing-ding with S5 headlining and the ... More >>

  • Blogs

    July 9, 2007

    A Dallas Native is Behind a Progressive Causes Money Machine

    Dallas native Michael Kieschnick is founder of, among other things, Working Assets. Since 1985, it says here, Working Assets has generated over $50 million for progressive nonprofits" -- among them, Greenpeace, Doctors Without Borders, Amnesty International and various enviro-friendly causes. It do ... More >>

  • Blogs

    May 23, 2007

    Is That Gas or Indigestion at Exxon?

    Greenpeace USA Five days ago, Greenpeace USA and ExxonSecrets issued a report that says Irving-based ExxonMobil spent $2.1 million last year on 41 groups "who are leading the climate skeptic industry." This, despite Exxon's claiming it don't do that no more -- and that it never did since, ya know, ... More >>

  • Blogs

    March 21, 2006
  • Music

    October 21, 2004

    Bad Boys

    Even a few lame political songs can't suh-suh-stop the Beasties

  • News

    September 4, 2003

    Life in the Slow Lane

    This Bush's summer home is a long way from Kennebunkport, but the folks in Crawford think that's fine

  • News

    December 5, 2002

    Green Giant

    Nobel laureate Norman Borlaug is credited with saving the lives of 1 billion people. So why is a small cadre of activists bent on tarnishing his legacy?

  • Dining

    July 26, 2001

    Feeding Frenzy

    Some high-demand fish are in danger of extinction--and restaurants are caught in the middle

  • Dining

    October 19, 2000

    Seeds of Discontent

    Can growing protests stem the tide of genetically engineered crops?

  • News

    February 10, 2000

    Fooling with Mother Nature

    Plano-based Frito-Lay finds it's better to be safe than sorry with genetically modified foods

  • Film

    August 27, 1998

    Samba triste

    Wonderland riffs pleasingly on the notions of fate and destiny, but doesn't entirely add up

  • News

    July 23, 1998

    Getting dumped

    Despite shoddy science, bad economics, and catastrophic health risks, a West Texas border community may become the nation's nuclear dumping ground

  • News

    June 12, 1997

    Ill Wind Blowing

    Texas Industries wants permission to burn 270,000 tons of hazardous waste each year at a concrete plant 30 miles from Dallas. That would make it the nation's largest incinerator of toxic waste. Despite stunning ignorance about what this will do to your he

  • Film

    May 22, 1997

    Spielberg's Lost

    Director digs up more dinos to prove--maybe--he's still a little playful

  • Film

    May 16, 1996

    At cross porpoises

    Flipper flounders by being dull for adults and kids