Industry talking points like "net zero” and “bridge fuel” are not reflected in the expanding industrial landscape or in areas devastated by extreme weather.
Multimedia climate reporter Julie Dermansky reflects on the past year’s ever-present examples of gaslighting and the climate crisis.
The latest batch of internal documents reveals the lengths oil companies have been going to protect their reputations and greenwash their actions, argues Jamie Henn of Fossil Free Media.
This isn’t the first time the science denial group has attempted to undermine the idea that climate scientists overwhelmingly agree humans are causing climate change.
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.
Hundreds of lobbyists for Big Oil and Gas are attending the international climate summit in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt, to undercut global efforts to solve the climate crisis.
Progressive critics of the soup-throwing protesters are missing the point.
Practices for helping large groups of people integrate traumatic histories could inform more effective action.
The industry, which is currently meeting in Monte Carlo, still has its head in the sand when it comes to the climate, write Ariel Le Bourdonnec and Lindsay Keenan.