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Sep
27
2012

Extra! is FAIR's hard-hitting monthly magazine of well-documented media criticism

Extra! receives no money from advertisers or corporate underwriters, and depends on subscribers for its existence.

Sep
27
2012

Extra! is FAIR's hard-hitting monthly magazine of well-documented media criticism

Extra! receives no money from advertisers or corporate underwriters, and depends on subscribers for its existence.

Sep
27
2012

Extra! is FAIR's hard-hitting monthly magazine of well-documented media criticism

Extra! receives no money from advertisers or corporate underwriters, and depends on subscribers for its existence.

Sep
27
2012

Extra! is FAIR's hard-hitting monthly magazine of well-documented media criticism.

Sep
27
2012

Extra! is FAIR's hard-hitting monthly magazine of well-documented media criticism

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Aug
01
2014

Arjun Makhijani on Renewable Energy

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The UN's panel of climate scientists have issued grave warnings about continued dependence on fossil fuels, but US policy seems to be looking more to the polluting energy source--with a fracking boom, the Keystone pipeline, and in the latest news, the White House's opening of the Atlantic coast to oil and gas drilling, We'll talk to Arjun Makhijani of the Institute for Energy and Environmental Research about why none of this has to be this way.

Jul
31
2014

Arjun Makhijani on Renewable Energy

The UN's panel of climate scientists have issued grave warnings about continued dependence on fossil fuels, but US policy seems to be looking more to the polluting energy source--with a fracking boom, the Keystone pipeline, and in the latest news, the White House's opening of the Atlantic coast to oil and gas drilling, We'll talk to Arjun Makhijani of the Institute for Energy and Environmental Research about why none of this has to be this way.

Jul
31
2014

Arjun Makhijani on Renewable Energy

The UN's panel of climate scientists have issued grave warnings about continued dependence on fossil fuels, but US policy seems to be looking more to the polluting energy source--with a fracking boom, the Keystone pipeline, and in the latest news, the White House's opening of the Atlantic coast to oil and gas drilling, We'll talk to Arjun Makhijani of the Institute for Energy and Environmental Research about why none of this has to be this way.