Christine Ottery

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The UK government did not assess the economic or environmental impacts of a policy change that led to a huge decline in onshore wind developments, DeSmog UK can reveal. The inevitable collapse in o...
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Are you a student thinking about where to go to university? Do you care about the environment, and companies whose activities are responsible for climate change? There is a sense of momentum among...
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Do Brexiters and climate science deniers have a problem with women? DeSmog UK has previously drawn links between climate science denial outfits based out of offices at 55 Tufton St, just around th...
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Norwegian energy giant Statoil has announced it is rebranding to ‘Equinor’, a new name the firm states is inspired by “words like equal, equality and equilibrium”, as well as “Nor” for Norway. But...
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This was meant to be the year of fracking’s big push in the UK. But the early months of 2018 have seen the industry beset by delays and controversy yet again. The latest obstacle came in the form ...
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The World Economic Forum in Davos is a very weird event, with billionaire business leaders, heads of state and select policy wonks all mingling at a swanky Swiss resort. But the chat isn’t just fo...
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Oil giant Shell won the ‘Corporate Influencer’ gong at the 2017 World Media Awards. The winning campaign, called “Best Day of My Life”, featured a music video featuring ‘energy innovations’ that S...
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Oil giant BP is one of the corporate partners sponsoring this year’s International Women’s Day on 8 March under the slogan “Be Bold for Change”. In a promotional video for the day, BP says that be...
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European lawmakers today voted to approve a controversial Canada-EU trade deal called CETA in a move that could increase tar sands imports into the EU. The trade deal could also facilitate energy ...
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The recently culled Department of Energy and Climate Change was actively helping the Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) to achieve its seismic testing aims to increase oil extraction, according to new doc...
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The UK government did not assess the economic or environmental impacts of a policy change that led to a huge decline in onshore wind developments, DeSmog UK can reveal. The inevitable collapse in o...
on

Are you a student thinking about where to go to university? Do you care about the environment, and companies whose activities are responsible for climate change? There is a sense of momentum among...
on

Do Brexiters and climate science deniers have a problem with women? DeSmog UK has previously drawn links between climate science denial outfits based out of offices at 55 Tufton St, just around th...
on

Norwegian energy giant Statoil has announced it is rebranding to ‘Equinor’, a new name the firm states is inspired by “words like equal, equality and equilibrium”, as well as “Nor” for Norway. But...
on

This was meant to be the year of fracking’s big push in the UK. But the early months of 2018 have seen the industry beset by delays and controversy yet again. The latest obstacle came in the form ...
on

The World Economic Forum in Davos is a very weird event, with billionaire business leaders, heads of state and select policy wonks all mingling at a swanky Swiss resort. But the chat isn’t just fo...
on

Oil giant Shell won the ‘Corporate Influencer’ gong at the 2017 World Media Awards. The winning campaign, called “Best Day of My Life”, featured a music video featuring ‘energy innovations’ that S...
on

Oil giant BP is one of the corporate partners sponsoring this year’s International Women’s Day on 8 March under the slogan “Be Bold for Change”. In a promotional video for the day, BP says that be...
on

European lawmakers today voted to approve a controversial Canada-EU trade deal called CETA in a move that could increase tar sands imports into the EU. The trade deal could also facilitate energy ...
on

The recently culled Department of Energy and Climate Change was actively helping the Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) to achieve its seismic testing aims to increase oil extraction, according to new doc...