Caroline Selle

About

Caroline is a freelance writer focusing on race, class, gender, and the environment. A 2012 graduate of St. Mary’s College of Maryland, she wrote her senior thesis on the Keystone XL. Caroline has worked for the US Climate Action Network, the Global Campaign for Climate Action, the American Wind Energy Association, and the Energy Action Coalition. Currently, she blogs about her ethical living experiments at www.zerowastegirl.com.

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Twenty-five anti-fracking and climate activists were arrested this morning in front of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) headquarters in Washington D.C. The arrests took place during ...
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Gas export terminals might be the new oil pipelines. Taking a leaf out of Keystone XL protestors’ playbooks, organizers have scheduled a Washington, D.C. rally to “Stop Fracked Gas Exports” on Sund...
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An independent assessment commissioned by the Chesapeake Climate Action Network and Citizen Shale, two Maryland environmental groups, warns hydraulic fracturing (fracking) in the state would pose a...
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Pete Ide probably isn’t the first person you’d expect to oppose the Dominion Cove Point liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal.     “First of all, I have to be frank,” he says. “I depend on fossil fu...
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When Jean Marie Neal and her husband moved to Calvert County, Maryland, she knew natural gas was imported nearby at the Dominion Cove LNG plant.  “We did not object,” Neal says, “because we knew at...
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A survey released last week indicates many major institutional investors, such as retirement funds and insurance companies, are putting their investments at risk by neglecting to address the negati...
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A year ago, six female Nobel laureates set out on a nine-day trek across Alberta and British Columbia to find out how Canada’s tar sands expansion is uniquely impacting the lives of women. The resu...
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On Tuesday, the Polish Government - host of the UNFCCC COP19 international climate negotiations - announced twelve corporate partners of the conference. While the Polish Environment Ministry sugges...
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Though plagued by corruption, the Keystone XL (KXL) “zombie pipeline” refuses to die. While firsthand accounts from front line communities in Alberta, Nebraska, Oklahoma, and Texas have galvaniz...
on

Tar sands oil has been spilling in Alberta’s boreal forests for months, and according to a government scientist, neither industry nor government knows how to stop it. Four “oil blowouts”  left 34 t...
on

Twenty-five anti-fracking and climate activists were arrested this morning in front of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) headquarters in Washington D.C. The arrests took place during ...
on

Gas export terminals might be the new oil pipelines. Taking a leaf out of Keystone XL protestors’ playbooks, organizers have scheduled a Washington, D.C. rally to “Stop Fracked Gas Exports” on Sund...
on

An independent assessment commissioned by the Chesapeake Climate Action Network and Citizen Shale, two Maryland environmental groups, warns hydraulic fracturing (fracking) in the state would pose a...
on

Pete Ide probably isn’t the first person you’d expect to oppose the Dominion Cove Point liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal.     “First of all, I have to be frank,” he says. “I depend on fossil fu...
on

When Jean Marie Neal and her husband moved to Calvert County, Maryland, she knew natural gas was imported nearby at the Dominion Cove LNG plant.  “We did not object,” Neal says, “because we knew at...
on

A survey released last week indicates many major institutional investors, such as retirement funds and insurance companies, are putting their investments at risk by neglecting to address the negati...
on

A year ago, six female Nobel laureates set out on a nine-day trek across Alberta and British Columbia to find out how Canada’s tar sands expansion is uniquely impacting the lives of women. The resu...
on

On Tuesday, the Polish Government - host of the UNFCCC COP19 international climate negotiations - announced twelve corporate partners of the conference. While the Polish Environment Ministry sugges...
on

Though plagued by corruption, the Keystone XL (KXL) “zombie pipeline” refuses to die. While firsthand accounts from front line communities in Alberta, Nebraska, Oklahoma, and Texas have galvaniz...
on

Tar sands oil has been spilling in Alberta’s boreal forests for months, and according to a government scientist, neither industry nor government knows how to stop it. Four “oil blowouts”  left 34 t...