Increased supply is largely going into exports as massive buildout of LNG export terminals undermines the Biden administration’s much-touted climate legacy.
Despite CCS’s track record of failure and glaring feasibility issues, petrostates are expected to use it as cover to dismiss fossil fuel phaseout at COP28.
"Shocking” findings turn spotlight on supermarket chains sourcing fish and squid produced in brutal conditions.
Community groups opposed to carbon capture and storage projects claim the industry is ignoring local engagement and consent.
Just 11 facilities are currently operational in the U.S. and they process a tiny fraction of the nation’s plastic waste, the report finds.
Strikers are seeking justice for victims of a 2016 toxic spill in Vietnam, caused by the Taiwan-based company.
Aerial photos of LNG terminals and a failing salt dome are reminders that fossil fuel industry activity puts the environment at grave risk.
CalPERS and CalSTRS have yet to shed their gas and oil holdings.
Calcasieu Pass’s unusually long testing phase allows the facility to emit more toxins while making huge earnings.
A UN expert calls for ending confidential arbitration agreements in development and trade treaties, which are forcing nations to roll back climate, enviro, human rights protections while owing fossil fuel companies billions in damages.