More proposed rules to fix a broken regulatory system are a distraction from the real issue of the government failing to hold the oil industry accountable.
Investigative reporter Ian Urbina outlines the brand-new Outlaw Ocean Music Project, which seeks to connect the public with high-stakes reporting on high-seas crime through the powerful medium of music.
Banks and investors have given up on the U.S. fracking industry, which is bad news for current investors who waited too long to get out.
However impressive Oxford’s environmental credentials may be, it cannot achieve climate justice while retaining its close links with fossil fuel companies, argues Brigitte Wear from the Oxford Climate Justice Campaign.
A major new catalogue of fossil fuel company adverts based on research by DeSmog shows the gap between their public image and the reality of their operations.
The total cost of decommissioning offshore oil wells around the world is expected to be over $100 billion by 2030.
A new book highlights the impact European coal imports are having on communities based near mines around the world. It's time for an end to all coal use, not just in electricity generation, argues Anne Harris.