Keeping them means homes will use gas for heating too, explains Rice University professor Daniel Cohan.
DeSmog editors and contributors preview some of the climate stories they’ll be following this year.
New analysis sheds light on key industry lobbying tactics at a decisive moment for the future of agriculture.
After a decade of losing hundreds of billions of dollars, the shale oil industry is finally making money — and running out of oil.
The tar sands industry claims publicly it’s ‘aggressively’ reducing emissions, but documents show that a top producer is telling a much less inspiring story to investors.
Hundreds of lobbyists for Big Oil and Gas are attending the international climate summit in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt, to undercut global efforts to solve the climate crisis.
From sports to academia to the arts, fossil fuel companies are pouring money on the things we love, in an effort to “not be held accountable” for climate chaos.
Campaigners see scant evidence that the Department of Agriculture is ready to break with its long history of promoting agribusiness at the expense of the environment.
Brazil’s next president will need to confront the ideological legacy of the Instituto Millenium, a think tank that played a leading role in Bolsonaro's finance ministry and helped justify his rollback of environmental protections.
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.