Yorkshire Fracking Company Receives Official Warning Over Incorrect Emissions Data

By Ruth Hayhurst, DrillOrDrop The shale gas company preparing to frack in North Yorkshire breached one of its environmental permits by failing to publish correct...

BP’s ‘Close Association’ with Countries Accused of Human Rights Abuses Puts Gallery Sponsorship at...

BP’s relationship with the National Portrait Gallery is under scrutiny as the museum prepares to today announce the winner of an annual award sponsored...

Food and Water Watch Founder Wenonah Hauter: ‘This is a Long-Term Battle Not Just...

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Mapped: The Brexiteer Climate Science Denial Network Beneath the Tory-DUP Coalition Pact

Prime Minister Theresa May has announced a deal with Northern Ireland’s Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) that she hopes will keep her in the job. But while the...

Heritage Foundation Registers as EU Lobbyists for Just One Month

Washington DC-based think tank the Heritage Foundation briefly registered as lobbyists in Brussels, DeSmog UK has learned. A little noticed entry to the EU Transparency Register...

New Irish Climate Science Denial Group Hosts CO2 Coalition Director William Happer

The second meeting in a month of the newly formed climate sceptic group, the Irish Climate Science Forum, took place behind a veil of...

Theresa May Appoints New Climate Minister As Wait for Policy ‘Stability’ Continues

Prime minister Theresa May has had a busy few days. She continued to reshuffle her front-bench yesterday, moving a number of junior ministers into...

May’s Cabinet Reshuffle: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly for Climate Change

After a tumultuous few days cobbling together a government with the DUP, and trying to persuade the country that she can continue to provide...

Fracking Company Cuadrilla Continues to Lose Millions, Accounts Show

Despite the government’s best efforts to boost the industry, fracking remains an expensive business in the UK. Fracking company Cuadrilla operated at a £3.4m loss...

Let’s Take A Closer Look at the DUP’s Climate Science Denial

Theresa May’s general election gamble has seen a little-thought-of and highly controversial party thrust into the spotlight: Northern Ireland’s Democratic Unionist Party (DUP). Having failed...

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