Geoff Dembicki is an investigative climate journalist based in New York City. He is author of The Petroleum Papers and Are We Screwed?
Head of journalism organization Covering Climate Now calls the accusation ‘factually careless and ideologically driven.’
Ramaswamy calls climate change "a hoax." He’ll be sharing the stage with other climate crisis deniers at an invite-only conference in London.
It’s all part of a global playbook from the U.S.-based Atlas Network to protect the profits of fossil fuel and mining companies, argues a Sydney researcher.
The Atlas Network is behind the effort to brand climate activists as extremists and pass anti-protest legislation.
The conservative influencer has ‘become a central cog in the denial machine,’ says climate scientist Michael Mann.
The Alberta premier is headlining an oil and gas industry conference this week with climate crisis denier Alex Epstein while thousands evacuate due to wildfires.
'We’re one of the organizations that has contributed,' anti-wind organizer tells DeSmog.
Dozens gather outside LNG2023 in Vancouver to rebuke the industry message that gas is good for the climate.
Laura Jones once called climate change an ‘untested proposition.’ In her new role she’ll have the ear of BC’s premier.
Seven years after Fort McMurray inferno, John Vaillant sees ‘almost identical’ conditions and laments ‘avoidable’ blazes to come.