Federal agencies evade questions about potential bias in the handling of New Fortress Energy’s application for a floating LNG facility off the Louisiana coast.
The project will result in an estimated 34 million tons of extra CO2 per year, topping the annual emissions of Uganda and Tanzania combined.
The U.S. bank has come under fire for financing fossil fuel projects in Ecuador and Peru as its shareholders meet.
Independent documentary opens a window into the dilemmas confronting social movements seeking transformative action on climate change.
Recently surfaced writings of Alex Epstein, a favorite intellectual of the oil industry and GOP politicians, reveal past statements about “inferior” cultures.
Louisiana regulator extends comment period for permit application for another LNG export project on the Gulf Coast after contentious public hearing, but does little to inform the public of the extension.
The global fossil fuel divestment campaign continues to grow, but the healthcare sector has thus far refrained from large-scale divestment. A coalition of health professionals wants to change that.
Indigenous leader asserts solutions to halt the climate crisis and build back better are at hand, but is skeptical they will be embraced in time.
The voluntary carbon market is growing, but Indigenous groups are still not represented on the council launched to ensure the sector works for people and planet.
A new report suggests that lawsuits alleging false or misleading “climate-washing” claims are increasing and “pushing the cause forward.”