80 Million Acres of Gulf of Mexico for Oil Leasing

Reply Tue 7 Sep, 2021 03:31 pm
Lawsuit Filed After Biden Opens 80 Million Acres of Gulf of Mexico for Oil Leasing

Good old "evolving" right wing Democrats.
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Reply Wed 8 Sep, 2021 06:22 am
U.S. probing nearly 350 reports of oil spills in wake of Hurricane Ida
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Reply Sat 11 Sep, 2021 08:26 pm
Looks like full speed ahead on oil and gas..thanks to Trump's judge he put in who fought Biden's moratorium. This is the main reason folks they just wiped out Colorado's wild horses..and will wipe out Wyoming's Red Desert...oil, gas and mining lease sales is rampant in wild horse Country...its wide open now...🤒 Sand Wash Basin will now be just like West Douglas and the Piceance Basin. Oil and gas was main reason BLM moved their headquarters to Grand Junction taking up residency with two of the largest oil and gas conglomerates in the same building. Bureau of Livestock and Mining has full blessings to wipe out all wild horses and burros and sterilize any token they put back to appease the Public. Why do you think they take them and then release them..they do not want any wild horses reproducing...nothing about wild and free here whatsoever!
"Environmental groups led by the Earthjustice advocacy group sued the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management and Interior Secretary Deb Haaland after the notice.
"In the aftermath of Hurricane Ida, it is clear that we need to be doing everything we can to transition away from fossil fuels to reduce the impacts of climate change such as stronger, more frequent hurricanes," said Healthy Gulf's executive director Cynthia Sarthou.
"This lease sale is deeply disappointing. The Biden administration has folded to the oil industry based on its campaign of disinformation and political pressure, ignoring the worsening climate emergency we face," added Brettny Hardy, Earthjustice attorney."
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Reply Fri 17 Sep, 2021 03:32 pm
David Sirota
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HAPPENING NOW: The Biden administration just declared that IPCC scientists' new climate change report "does not present sufficient cause" to halt its plan to vastly expand offshore drilling, according to federal documents reviewed by The Daily Poster.
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