The Biden administration's commitment to natural gas, also known as fossil gas, isn't a commitment to reaching net-zero by 2050, says a researcher at Global Witness; it's a promise to the oil and gas industry that they're still in control. As a major climate summit in Glasgow, Scotland, approaches, the Biden administration must urgently change course on fossil gas.
An investigative journalist shares her perspective after being arrested twice while reporting on resistance to the Bayou Bridge pipeline construction.
A new study finds that hydrogen fuel produced from water using renewable energy will be cheaper than natural gas-based hydrogen with carbon capture by 2030.
Blue hydrogen isn’t a clean energy source and the economics don’t work, but that does not appear to be slowing its rapid adoption being driven by the oil and gas industry.
Under Trump, pension managers couldn’t consider climate change in their investment decisions. A new executive order by Biden could change that.
The ocean represents a major blind spot in efforts to tackle the climate crisis and that needs to change, argues investigative journalist and author Ian Urbina.
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?