Industries make green claims while lobbying against climate targets and promoting high-carbon travel.
Eight members of the Net Zero Scrutiny Group endorsed a report by Howard Cox opposing the UK’s phase-out of petrol and diesel cars.
The FairFuelUK survey covered by The Sun over the weekend has been dismissed as “fake” by transport campaigners.
In his recent column, Washington Post editorial writer Charles Lane entertained a debunked rightwing meme when he envisioned a recent traffic disaster worsened by snow outside D.C. with electric vehicles rather than gas-powered ones.
Thirteen investors with stakes in expanding airports including Bristol and Heathrow are signed up to the UN Principles for Responsible Investment scheme, DeSmog can reveal.
The UK capital's six airports make it the most polluting city by aviation emissions, according to a new interactive tool allowing users to explore emissions data for the world's airports.
Campaigners have criticised Captain Ian Finley, a UK resident who has represented the Cook Islands at the International Maritime Organization since 2006, for consistently defending industry interests.
Quentin Willson has left FairFuelUK, an anti-fuel duty group backed by several MPs, over its "lack of environmental sensibilities" and a report it recently released containing "unforgivable howlers”.
Campaigners have said the findings show the group "has no authority to criticise electric cars" and is "driven by vested engine interests".
Brendan Clarke-Smith has “no credibility” on climate change after “conflict of interest” is revealed, say critics.