Nick Cunningham

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Nick Cunningham is an independent journalist covering the oil and gas industry, climate change and international politics. He has been featured in Oilprice.com, The Fuse, YaleE360 and NACLA.

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NW Natural is positioning itself as a climate leader, but critics suggest the gas utility is attempting to block the push towards electrification — and to get ratepayers to foot the bill.

NW Natural is positioning itself as a climate leader, but critics suggest the gas utility is attempting to block the push towards electrification — and to get ratepayers to foot the bill.
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Recently surfaced writings of Alex Epstein, a favorite intellectual of the oil industry and GOP politicians, reveal past statements about “inferior” cultures.

Recently surfaced writings of Alex Epstein, a favorite intellectual of the oil industry and GOP politicians, reveal past statements about “inferior” cultures.
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The global fossil fuel divestment campaign continues to grow, but the healthcare sector has thus far refrained from large-scale divestment. A coalition of health professionals wants to change that.

The global fossil fuel divestment campaign continues to grow, but the healthcare sector has thus far refrained from large-scale divestment. A coalition of health professionals wants to change that.
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Phasing out the consumption of fossil fuels is seen as critical in both the fight against the climate crisis and the violence of petrostates.

Phasing out the consumption of fossil fuels is seen as critical in both the fight against the climate crisis and the violence of petrostates.
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Rather than back a progressive climate champion, a retiring congressman throws his weight behind a candidate who has taken campaign cash from Jordan Cove LNG.

Rather than back a progressive climate champion, a retiring congressman throws his weight behind a candidate who has taken campaign cash from Jordan Cove LNG.
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In Colorado, a new industry-backed front group warns that “forced electrification” will increase costs to consumers. The evidence suggests otherwise.

In Colorado, a new industry-backed front group warns that “forced electrification” will increase costs to consumers. The evidence suggests otherwise.
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The Argentine government has subsidized oil and gas drilling for years, and is now shifting its sights offshore. But opposition is growing.

The Argentine government has subsidized oil and gas drilling for years, and is now shifting its sights offshore. But opposition is growing.
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For years, top advertising and PR firms have profited by helping the fossil fuel industry spread misinformation, set up front groups, promote false solutions, and obstruct climate action. Climate scientists are demanding PR firms part ways with climate deniers

For years, top advertising and PR firms have profited by helping the fossil fuel industry spread misinformation, set up front groups, promote false solutions, and obstruct climate action. Climate scientists are demanding PR firms part ways with climate deniers
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A new report catalogues 15,896 federal and state violations from more than 100 U.S. Chamber of Commerce members, including major fossil fuel companies.

A new report catalogues 15,896 federal and state violations from more than 100 U.S. Chamber of Commerce members, including major fossil fuel companies.
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An Oregon State University study of almost 3 million births in Texas found mothers living less than a mile from drilling sites were more likely to experience higher blood pressure and other potentially dangerous health conditions.

An Oregon State University study of almost 3 million births in Texas found mothers living less than a mile from drilling sites were more likely to experience higher blood pressure and other potentially dangerous health conditions.
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NW Natural is positioning itself as a climate leader, but critics suggest the gas utility is attempting to block the push towards electrification — and to get ratepayers to foot the bill.

NW Natural is positioning itself as a climate leader, but critics suggest the gas utility is attempting to block the push towards electrification — and to get ratepayers to foot the bill.
on

Recently surfaced writings of Alex Epstein, a favorite intellectual of the oil industry and GOP politicians, reveal past statements about “inferior” cultures.

Recently surfaced writings of Alex Epstein, a favorite intellectual of the oil industry and GOP politicians, reveal past statements about “inferior” cultures.
on

The global fossil fuel divestment campaign continues to grow, but the healthcare sector has thus far refrained from large-scale divestment. A coalition of health professionals wants to change that.

The global fossil fuel divestment campaign continues to grow, but the healthcare sector has thus far refrained from large-scale divestment. A coalition of health professionals wants to change that.
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Phasing out the consumption of fossil fuels is seen as critical in both the fight against the climate crisis and the violence of petrostates.

Phasing out the consumption of fossil fuels is seen as critical in both the fight against the climate crisis and the violence of petrostates.
on

Rather than back a progressive climate champion, a retiring congressman throws his weight behind a candidate who has taken campaign cash from Jordan Cove LNG.

Rather than back a progressive climate champion, a retiring congressman throws his weight behind a candidate who has taken campaign cash from Jordan Cove LNG.
on

In Colorado, a new industry-backed front group warns that “forced electrification” will increase costs to consumers. The evidence suggests otherwise.

In Colorado, a new industry-backed front group warns that “forced electrification” will increase costs to consumers. The evidence suggests otherwise.
on

The Argentine government has subsidized oil and gas drilling for years, and is now shifting its sights offshore. But opposition is growing.

The Argentine government has subsidized oil and gas drilling for years, and is now shifting its sights offshore. But opposition is growing.
on

For years, top advertising and PR firms have profited by helping the fossil fuel industry spread misinformation, set up front groups, promote false solutions, and obstruct climate action. Climate scientists are demanding PR firms part ways with climate deniers

For years, top advertising and PR firms have profited by helping the fossil fuel industry spread misinformation, set up front groups, promote false solutions, and obstruct climate action. Climate scientists are demanding PR firms part ways with climate deniers
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A new report catalogues 15,896 federal and state violations from more than 100 U.S. Chamber of Commerce members, including major fossil fuel companies.

A new report catalogues 15,896 federal and state violations from more than 100 U.S. Chamber of Commerce members, including major fossil fuel companies.
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An Oregon State University study of almost 3 million births in Texas found mothers living less than a mile from drilling sites were more likely to experience higher blood pressure and other potentially dangerous health conditions.

An Oregon State University study of almost 3 million births in Texas found mothers living less than a mile from drilling sites were more likely to experience higher blood pressure and other potentially dangerous health conditions.