Report shows oil and gas companies are spreading confusion over the science of climate change solutions, leading to “misguided” ideas behind CCS use.
The devil is in the details, and at this year’s UN global climate conference, the details start with words like “unabated,” and “operational.”
Vanessa Nakate says young people fighting for a habitable planet need to be properly resourced.
Here’s DeSmog’s take on what to expect at this year’s climate summit, from Big Oil’s influence, to a new Big Ag agenda, to promotion of sketchy solutions that would keep oil and gas burning for decades to come.
Despite CCS’s track record of failure and glaring feasibility issues, petrostates are expected to use it as cover to dismiss fossil fuel phaseout at COP28.
An InfluenceMap analysis finds many corporate climate vows do not match companies’ actual lobbying around climate-related policies.
How agribusiness used hikes and free rent to win the hearts of European conservatives.
The oil industry’s push to portray carbon capture as a climate solution at COP28 obscures how the technology is really being used.
An industry-led “efficiency” drive is about increasing sales of milk – not cutting pollution.
Being left off the guest list for a groundbreaking event inspired an investigation into the project’s revolving door.