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CLIMATE ACTION NOW!

  • Posted by mike
  • On April 20, 2020
Numerous lawsuits have revealed that almost all of the media and research claiming climate change is a “hoax” was funded and initiated by the fossil fuel industry to purposefully and knowingly spread lies. Even worse–solid, factual evidence is now publicly available that clearly shows giant American companies like Exxon KNEW fossil fuels were causing climate […]
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ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE

  • Posted by mike
  • On April 20, 2020
We often think about “the environment” as a pristine spot in the woods where the birds sing and the trees grow tall and green. But the truth is, “the environment” simply means the surroundings or conditions in which a person, animal, or plant lives or operates. “Environmental justice” focuses on the fact that any place […]
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WATER = LIFE

  • Posted by mike
  • On April 20, 2020
Of all the environmental issues facing Oklahomans, water quality is by far the most serious and, sadly, the most troubling. The National Academy of Sciences tracked violations of the federal Safe Drinking Water Act over the past 35 years and identified Oklahoma as a worst offender. From the injection of billions of gallons of fracking […]
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Tulsa River Levees Are Failing

  • Posted by mike
  • On April 30, 2018
Floodplain: An area of low-lying ground adjacent to a river, formed mainly of river sediments and subject to flooding. 100-Year-Flood: Used to mean that chances are 1 in 100 that a major flood will hit an area in a year. 500-Year-Flood meant the chances are 1 in 500. However, in recent years there have been […]
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Tulsa Will Flood Again

  • Posted by admin
  • On April 12, 2018
ARKANSAS RIVER LEVEES: Tulsa’s Ticking Flood Bomb In the summer of 2019, Tulsa and other areas of Oklahoma along the Arkansas River suffered catastrophic flooding, as predicted by Tulsa Talks Climate, other environmental organizations, and many concerned citizens. Tulsa’s most decrepit levees leaked and eroded, requiring round-the-clock crews to shore them up during historic rains […]
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Is Tulsa “Ready For 100”?

  • Posted by admin
  • On April 12, 2018
Our friends at Green Country Sierra Club are leading the charge to transition Tulsa to 100% clean renewable energy. Read More
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OK’s $4 billion Renewable Giga-Project

  • Posted by admin
  • On April 12, 2018
Note: In the summer of 2018 Texas chose not to approve Windcatcher, effectively killing the project. Arkansas and Louisiana had already approved it. Oklahoma had not made a decision. WIND CATCHER: A Renewable Energy Giga-Project Oklahoma’s panhandle has some of the best wind in America but is hundreds of miles from larger cities and communities that can […]
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