New assessment by Pesticides Action Network North America examines the “vicious cycle” linking these fossil fuel–derived chemicals and climate change.
The appointment of ADNOC’s CEO, Sultan Ahmed Al Jaber, to lead this year’s UN climate talks is like asking “arms dealers to lead peace talks,” campaigners say.
The past year saw major developments in accountability cases against oil companies and national governments around the world, as well as setbacks for several high-profile fossil fuel projects.
Out of $3.4 billion spent by trade associations over 10 years, nearly $2.2 billion went towards advertising and promotion, with the oil and gas industry the biggest spender.
New analysis sheds light on key tactics Monsanto used to distort science and spin the narrative in defense of its herbicide product.
Municipalities aim to hold industry liable for damages from catastrophic 2017 hurricanes.
Fossil fuel defendants in climate liability lawsuits keep losing in their bids to keep cases in federal courts.
Campaigners worry that focusing on increasing fertilizer efficiency will undermine food sovereignty and systemic change.
Hill+Knowlton, a pioneer in disinformation tactics used by tobacco and oil companies, still represents fossil fuel clients while leading communications for the upcoming COP27 summit.