The past year saw major developments in accountability cases against oil companies and national governments around the world, as well as setbacks for several high-profile fossil fuel projects.
Multimedia climate reporter Julie Dermansky reflects on the past year’s ever-present examples of gaslighting and the climate crisis.
The use of Strategic Lawsuits Against Public Participation to intimidate campaigners is a global trend.
Leaders in the state’s environmental justice movement see signs their pressure is bringing accountability for both government and polluters.
A race by German and Italian companies to secure new sources of natural gas in the wake of the Ukraine invasion risks harming Africa’s clean energy transition, campaigners warn.
US and Mexican activists fighting new oil and gas projects said they had to give a basic lesson on the harm caused by fracking during meetings with financiers in London.
Hill+Knowlton, a pioneer in disinformation tactics used by tobacco and oil companies, still represents fossil fuel clients while leading communications for the upcoming COP27 summit.
A new research agreement between an Italian public university and Eni helps the oil and gas company “maintain a social license to operate,” professor says.
Progressive critics of the soup-throwing protesters are missing the point.
The fossil fuel industry’s “lawfare” tactics are part of an overarching strategy to redefine free speech and escape accountability. A new bill aims to stop them.