DeSmog takes you through the green credentials of each and every cabinet minister.
With a right-wing coalition projected to win this weekend’s snap election, incumbent energy companies face scant pressure over climate change.
A new book reveals how Imperial Oil, ExxonMobil, Koch Industries, and others used Canada’s oil sands to spawn a web of climate denial and delay.
While claiming to support net zero, the new PM is pro-fracking, plans to increase extraction of oil and gas in the North Sea and finds solar farms ‘depressing’.
DeSmog has mapped the fossil fuel interests lobbying for gas-derived hydrogen and threatening to derail the momentum of green hydrogen.
As heatwaves, heavy rainfall, and flooding hit countries worldwide, climate deniers and those obstructing climate action deny or downplay extreme weather’s climate connection.
Fossil fuel companies have been quietly leveraging their wealth to manipulate climate research.
MPs are whittling down the list of candidates for the next PM – but few are green champions.
From narratives about fossil fuels as a solution to climate advocates as out of touch with reality, here’s how the fossil fuel industry and its allies are weaponizing words to delay climate action.
An environmental engineer and long-time Gulf Coast resident warns that increasing liquified natural gas exports "sows environmental destruction, benefits our adversaries, and pads the pockets of executives to the detriment of the average consumer."