Campaign group Culture Unstained argues the museum has adopted the oil industry’s tactics of “deflect and deny.”
Monsanto’s use of corporate advisory firm FTI Consulting to target journalists and activists was one of the most neglected stories of 2020. But a deeper look reveals it’s part of a bigger pattern of misinformation.
At least 23 coal mine applications have been fought off by grassroots campaigns in recent years, with the latest victory at Dewley Hill outside Newcastle, writes Coal Action Network’s Isobel Tarr.
Fossil fuel companies lied for decades about climate change, and humanity is paying the price. Shouldn’t those lies be central to the public narrative?
It’s time to expose the corporate vision behind ‘net zero’, argues Corporate Europe Observatory's Pascoe Sabido.
The influential agency is also wildly overestimating the amount of bioenergy currently in production, argues Biofuelwatch’s Almuth Ernsting.
More proposed rules to fix a broken regulatory system are a distraction from the real issue of the government failing to hold the oil industry accountable.
Investigative reporter Ian Urbina outlines the brand-new Outlaw Ocean Music Project, which seeks to connect the public with high-stakes reporting on high-seas crime through the powerful medium of music.
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.
A new book highlights the impact European coal imports are having on communities based near mines around the world. It's time for an end to all coal use, not just in electricity generation, argues Anne Harris.