DeSmog

Ellen Ormesher

About

Ellen is a reporter with interests across climate, culture, and industry. She was previously a senior reporter covering sustainability at The Drum. Her work has also been featured in The Guardian.

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Campaigners likened the fossil fuel company’s patronage of climate events to letting an “arsonist sponsor a fire safety conference”.

Campaigners likened the fossil fuel company’s patronage of climate events to letting an “arsonist sponsor a fire safety conference”.
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BP sees sponsored content as a crucial tool to reach “Washington, DC, elites,” according to subpoenaed memos.

BP sees sponsored content as a crucial tool to reach “Washington, DC, elites,” according to subpoenaed memos.
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Despite calls to stop representing polluters, Edelman will continue to promote one of the world’s biggest producers of oil and gas.

Despite calls to stop representing polluters, Edelman will continue to promote one of the world’s biggest producers of oil and gas.
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Alex Sobel says he had been unaware the Norwegian oil company was involved.

Alex Sobel says he had been unaware the Norwegian oil company was involved.
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Campaigners charge that the ads are misleading the public about the proposed project’s likely climate harms.

Campaigners charge that the ads are misleading the public about the proposed project’s likely climate harms.
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Their ad campaigns for International Women’s Day champion empowerment even as climate change makes women’s lives harder and more dangerous.

Their ad campaigns for International Women’s Day champion empowerment even as climate change makes women’s lives harder and more dangerous.
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Staff fear that the growing relationship with a longtime greenwasher could “wipe out” Havas’s work on sustainability.

Staff fear that the growing relationship with a longtime greenwasher could “wipe out” Havas’s work on sustainability.
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The protest followed a tip-off that the global comms agency may take on more work for the oil major.

The protest followed a tip-off that the global comms agency may take on more work for the oil major.