Dana is an environmental journalist focusing on climate change and climate accountability reporting. She writes regularly for DeSmog covering topics such as fossil fuel industry opposition to climate action, climate change lawsuits, greenwashing and false climate solutions, and clean transportation.
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.
An InfluenceMap analysis finds many corporate climate vows do not match companies’ actual lobbying around climate-related policies.
Community groups opposed to carbon capture and storage projects claim the industry is ignoring local engagement and consent.
The Hawaii Supreme Court denied fossil fuel companies’ appeal, allowing the case to proceed to discovery.
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.
Shell's fuel and chemical terminal in New Haven isn't ready to withstand extreme storms and flooding, activist lawyers have charged.
CalPERS and CalSTRS have yet to shed their gas and oil holdings.
Activists hope that more and bigger court wins will break the "grinding gridlock" on policies to end use of fossil fuels.
The sweeping complaint details the fossil fuel industry’s coordinated campaign to deceive the public about the dangers of fossil fuels.