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Darryl Malek-Wiley
Worked at SIerra Club
Attended Tulane University
Lives in New Orleans
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    1992
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Fracking go-ahead in England's national parks, SSSIs, water sources
www.theecologist.org

New regulations that will allow fracking under national parks, water sources and nature sites won the approval of MPs today in a Commons vot

Arson Suspected As Massive Fire At Monsanto Destroys Facility –...
yournewswire.com

A Monsanto research facility in France has been burnt to the ground this week, and investigators suspect the cause to be an arsonist. Monsan

Congressmen Call on SEC to Investigate Exxon's Climate Disclosures
insideclimatenews.org

Four members of Congress asked the Securities and Exchange Commission late Friday to investigate ExxonMobil's past federal filings to determ

Houston Fortunate to Have Juan Parras as an Environmental Leader
blogs.edf.org

Earlier this month, Juan Parras, founder and director of Texas Environmental Justice Advocacy Services (Tejas), was recognized as the 2015 r

What we learned from hurricanes Katrina And Rita
www.yourhoustonnews.com

As the 10th anniversary of hurricanes Katrina (Aug. 29) and Rita (Sept. 23) approaches, memories of the storms vividly remain for Texans.

Scientists link oil spill to drop in fish survival
www.arkansasonline.com

Federal scientists have determined that extremely low levels of crude oil spilled by the Exxon Valdez caused heart problems in embryonic fis

Scientists link oil spill to drop in fish survival
www.bayoubuzz.com

ANCHORAGE, Alaska -- Federal scientists have determined that extremely low levels of crude oil spilled by the Exxon Valdez caused heart prob

Huge Gerrymandering Fail Leaves College Student As Sole Voter In Missour...
www.pdamerica.org

Businesses in Columbia, Missouri attempted to use their political pull to throw taxes at consumers instead of themselves, but a massive fail

Brad Pitt’s Make it Right to unveil their first tiny house in New Orleans
inhabitat.com

Make it Right has just announced that they are building a 496 square foot house—their first tiny home—for a middle school teacher in New Orl

Study to develop investment strategies for Louisiana water economy
www.waterworld.com

NOLAVibe is conducting a regional study to guide investment of money, time and resources to build Louisiana's water economy.

Advocacy Groups Come to Defense of Environmental Justice Victory
content.sierraclub.org

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Today, a coalition of environmental organizations and grassroots environmental justice groups - including the Sierra Club

New Orleans...Alcohol...The French Quarter...and a band called Bas Clas ...
www.goldminemag.com

In the bars of New Orleans' French Quarter, amid alcohol and industry ruminations, comes the story of the working class heroes in Bas Clas,

Fracking water disposal site draws opposition in Nebraska
journalstar.com

GERING — Scotts Bluff County's commissioners don't like the location of a proposed disposal well for fracking water in nearby Sioux County a

Robert Reich: America is headed full speed back to the 19th century
www.salon.com

The former secretary of labor on the dangers of the sharing economy and our growing intolerance for labor unions

Community gears up for Jindal's prayer rally
www.lsureveille.com

Two events originating from the University now are drawing attention from across the state.