Campaigners say there is growing dissatisfaction among Barclay’s shareholders over the bank’s approach to climate change.
After years of uncertainty, communities are demanding proper compensation from major oil companies who will soon begin construction of a major pipeline through their land.
People of color and those with incomes below the poverty line are more likely to live near oil refineries where air monitors show benzene levels that should trigger federal action.
Can states be trusted to tackle the nation’s orphaned oil and gas well problem with federal funds?
Oxford University fellow Professor Peter Edwards has been appointed to the Global Warming Policy Foundation’s board of trustees.
The oil and gas industry is looking to capitalize off an increasingly-popular socially responsible investing wave that emphasizes the environment.
The overall failure to divest appears to undermine a surge of climate commitments made by local authorities in recent years.
Banks and investors have given up on the U.S. fracking industry, which is bad news for current investors who waited too long to get out.
A year-long investigation finds a major West Texas disposal site with a patchy record is also importing radioactive oilfield waste from abroad.
However impressive Oxford’s environmental credentials may be, it cannot achieve climate justice while retaining its close links with fossil fuel companies, argues Brigitte Wear from the Oxford Climate Justice Campaign.