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As 2021 comes to a close, we look back on a year that was full of climate chaos, relentless oil industry propaganda, and frustrating...

Conservative Party Given £651k by Aviation Industry

The UK’s Conservative Party received £651,000 from the aviation industry between April and June this year amid doubts over the government’s commitment to cutting...

First the Heatwaves, Now the Flooding. Look to South Asia For a Reminder of...

By Basav Sen, climate policy director at the Institute for Policy Studies, and Tejal Mankad, digital and social media manager at Fossil Free Media. Since...

Behind a one-time skeptic's climate 'flip.'

Over a period spanning about two decades, the mere mention of the name “Jerry Taylor” raised the hair on the necks of climate scientists...

Drax Eyeing California as Site of New Biomass Carbon Capture Plant

British biomass giant Drax is lobbying the Californian government to play host to its first ever “carbon negative” power plant outside of the UK,...

Watchdog Calls for ‘Urgent’ Review of Police Tactics at Fracking Protests

A police watchdog has today called for two reviews into law enforcement tactics handling anti-fracking protests, in what has been described as “an authoritarian...

Watchdog Calls for ‘Urgent’ Review of Police Tactics at Fracking Protests

A police watchdog has today called for two reviews into law enforcement tactics handling anti-fracking protests, in what has been described as “an authoritarian...

House Committee Investigates the Role of PR Firms in Spreading Climate Disinformation

On September 14, a congressional committee probed the history that PR firms have played in creating and spreading climate disinformation in order to block...

Internal Documents Show Big Oil PR Messages Still ‘Mislead’ Public on Climate

New documents released by a congressional committee show that major oil companies, under pressure from the worsening climate crisis, have carefully crafted public messages...

Green Hydrogen’s Rapidly Falling Costs Undermine the Gas Industry’s Argument for Blue Hydrogen

New research predicts that green hydrogen — a clean fuel produced from water using renewables — will be comparable in cost and likely cheaper...

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