While tax subsidies allay financial concerns about carbon capture and storage (CCS), key questions remain about the controversial technology and whether it’s able to reduce carbon emissions.
Students have accused the institutions of ‘hypocritical and performative’ green commitments.
CalPERS and CalSTRS have yet to shed their gas and oil holdings.
Calcasieu Pass’s unusually long testing phase allows the facility to emit more toxins while making huge earnings.
A DeSmog review of 12 large-scale projects reveals a litany of cost-overruns and missed targets, with a net increase in emissions.
Research will be for oil sands decarbonization, but critics say the move doubles down on fossil fuel use and production.
Assemblymember Tina McKinnor refused to take up the bill in a committee, for the second year in a row, as divestment movement grows.
Six major US retirement funds would be worth a combined $21 billion more today if they had divested a decade ago, University of Waterloo researchers find.
High level links between polluting sectors and bank directors could be acting as a block to climate action, campaigners warn.