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....

Shale Gas Company Backed by Cuadrilla Founder Wants to Frack West London

A new shale gas company backed by a former Cuadrilla founder has announced plans to explore for natural gas in a West London borough...

Fracking Month of Action Unites Local and National Campaigners in Lancashire

Since January, on the side of a stretch of road in Preston, a group of local residents have put their lives on hold to...

Critics Dismiss Government’s Plan to Ban New Petrol and Diesel Cars As ‘Too Little,...

On the same day the government released the long-awaited latest draft of its air pollution plans, the environment secretary Michael Gove was busy publicising...

Mapped: Here’s How Many PR Companies Lobby for Fossil Fuels in the UK

There are nearly two dozen PR companies representing various fossil fuel and energy companies in Britain according to a new DeSmog UK analysis. Examining the most...

Ireland’s Climate Minister Just Approved a New Offshore Oil Project

Ireland’s first minister for Climate Action, Denis Naughten, quietly signed off this month on the Druid/Drombeg exploration field off Ireland’s west coast which is...

New Lobby Group Tied to Brexit Climate Science Deniers and Koch Industries Pushes for...

A new lobby group has appeared in Europe claiming to represent ‘consumers’. But a closer look reveals it is actually backed by some familiar...

‘Cuadrilla Were in My School Today’ — Fracking Company’s New PR Trick

As tensions continue to rise between Cuadrilla, police, and anti-fracking campaigners in Lancashire, Cuadrilla continues looking for ways to buy local people’s support. One of its...

Over the Past Year the UK Government Gave Over £1 Billion to Fossil Fuel...

Britain has provided more than a billion pounds in support for fossil fuel projects abroad in the last year via the UK Export Finance...

Out of Work, North Sea Oil Workers Switching to Battery-Powered Jobs

Redundant North Sea energy workers are offered free football tickets to build revolutionary new electricity storage systems, writes Terry Macalister at Climate News Network. Highly-skilled...

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