A pair of protests in the nation’s capital upped pressure on the President and Congress to stop enabling fossil fuel expansion in several arenas.
DeSmog takes you through the green credentials of each and every cabinet minister.
A new book reveals how Imperial Oil, ExxonMobil, Koch Industries, and others used Canada’s oil sands to spawn a web of climate denial and delay.
Instead the company’s Canadian arm developed a communications plan to make climate solutions like carbon taxes look economically reckless.
Despite claims of transitioning to cleaner energy, internal emails and documents obtained by a congressional investigation show oil companies trying to protect their fossil fuel investments through public narratives that conflict with private communications.
The oil industry’s long history of disinformation is well-documented, but PR firms have operated “behind the scenes” for decades, a witness testified.
Two are advisors to a well-connected "forum" set up by the BP-funded Institute of Economic Affairs that wants to see UK fracking regulations relaxed.
Green MP Caroline Lucas said climate sceptics and “delayers” should be “nowhere near the prime minister’s top team”.
The former Brexit minister, who has been at the forefront of efforts to oppose UK action on climate change, is re-entering government after four years.
FTI Consulting has a long track record of trying to control public narratives around fossil fuels for its clients in an effort to head off climate action. Now a Congressional committee wants answers.