Coal Mining Jobs in the UK Continue to Fall, Stats Show

The number of people working in coal mining in Britain continues to drop according to the latest statistics compiled by the Coal Authority. According to the...

Part One: The Kingdom of Coal

Read time: 14 minsIn this first of our new series 'Just Transition, from Fossil Fuels to Environmental Justice', we look at the history of...

Fracking Giant INEOS Rejected, Again

By Ruth Hayhurst for Drill or Drop The UK’s biggest shale gas company, INEOS, has suffered another vote against its exploration plans. A packed public gallery at Rotherham...

Oil Majors to face London, New York Hearings over Philippines Climate Impact

By Megan Darby. This article originally appeared on Climate Home News. The Philippines Human Rights Commission is set to confront carbon majors over their climate...

Here is what #ShellKnew about Climate Change in the 1980s

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Comment: Fossil Fuels are Heading Down but Not Yet Out

Read time: 4 minsBy Kieran Cooke, Climate News Network At a casual glance, you could be forgiven for thinking that fossil fuels are here to stay...

INEOS Pitches Corporate Power Against Democracy with Challenge to Popular Fracking Ban

INEOS is today challenging  the Scottish Government over its decision to ban fracking. But much more is at stake than the status of the...

‘If Greta Can Do It So Can We’ — School Strikers Call on Government...

Read time: 3 minsWhen needed, teenagers will climb on literally anything - traffic lights, bus tops, statues - so that they can be heard. “They need...

Tortoise Media’s ‘Uncomfortable’ Relationship With BP

Read time: 7 minsJust over a month ago, I was invited to speak on a panel about climate change, taking place at Newcastle University’s...

Citizens Paying for Fossil Fuel Subsidies With Taxes and Their Health – Report

Campaigners have regularly pointed out the contrariness of governments giving the fossil fuel industry subsidies while also making efforts to cut carbon dioxide emissions....

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