Cindy Gadiel McGinley

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The real culprit in the Animas River spill

<b>(CNN) —</b> Last Wednesday, the United States experienced one of its worst hardrock-mining-related disasters in decades, and I wish I could say that I was surprised.<p>A gold mine that has been inactive since 1920 spilled 3 million gallons of toxic mining waste into the Animas River in Colorado after …

Pollution

Fall fiction: Most anticipated mysteries and thrillers

It's been a fantastic month of mysteries and thrillers during Private Eye July, but fall is right around the corner, bringing with it a list of hotly …

Books

The best (and scariest) environmental documentaries

71% of the earth’s surface is made of water, and the internet holds a similar amount of environmental documentaries. With so much uncharted territory beneath the waves, there’s still so much we don’t know about the enormous ocean that surrounds us. Luckily there are some filmmakers out there who …

Deep Blue

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Big Oil’s explosive week: Two disasters reveal the dangers of America’s energy boom

<b>Fire burns at the scene of a train derailment, near Mount Carbon, W.Va, Feb. 16, 2015. (AP/Bob Aaron)</b><p>The fossil fuel industry continues to prioritize profits over safety — and regulations aren’t keeping up<p>Lindsay Abrams<p>February 20, 2015 11:28am (UTC)<p>Wednesday morning, an explosion tore through an …

Fossil Fuels

This Novel is Made Entirely of Terrifying GIFs

Dennis Cooper's 'Zac's Haunted House' appropriates an experience somewhere between carnival mirror labyrinth, deleted Disney snuff film, and a deep web comic strip by Satan.<p><b>This article originally appeared on VICE.</b><p>There's been a lot of talk over the last decade or so about how the novel, a medium …

Here’s an excellent analogy about climate change and developing countries

American opponents of climate action repeatedly argue that the U.S. should not have to do more to fight global warming than the two other biggest …

A supercut of stares in Darren Aronofsky movies

Darren Aronofsky can be a grandiose director. Think of his big set pieces: <i>Black Swan</i>'s ballet or <i>The Wrestler</i>'s final match. But, as with other directors, the tiny moments add up. This supercut, from Vimeo user WarmBakedBread, explores Aronofsky's movies through a particular lens: the eyes. …

Darren Aronofsky