This bold new mechanism is what’s needed to end fossil fuel-induced violence against women, natural resources, and the climate, argue two African peace activists.
Fossil fuel defendants in climate liability lawsuits keep losing in their bids to keep cases in federal courts.
Ohio’s “permissive” regulation of fracking waste injection wells threatens public health and the environment, a petition to the EPA says.
The Gulf petrostate, which will host COP28 next year, presents ADNOC as a source of clean energy at a huge pavilion documenting its “climate action journey.”
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.
From software giants to soft drinks makers, the vast majority of partners at climate talks in Egypt are enmeshed with the oil and gas industry, researchers find.
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.
The country has sent the second largest number of fossil fuel-linked delegates -- who campaigners accused of being “complicit in Russia’s war crimes” -- to this year's climate talks.
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.
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.