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Clean Energy VS Clean Seabed: Should Oil and Gas Companies Have to Leave the...

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Fresh Revelations of Alleged Shell Corruption to be Heard in Italian Court

Court proceedings are due to begin in Italy today to determine whether oil giant Shell will face trial on corruption charges over the purchase...

Shell is an Award-Winning Global Greenwasher Now

Oil giant Shell won the ‘Corporate Influencer’ gong at the 2017 World Media Awards. The winning campaign, called “Best Day of My Life”, featured a music...

Energy Companies Spent Millions Influencing Climate Policy Over Last Two Years

Not for the first time, big energy companies have been caught spending millions trying to influence UK and European policy, including greenhouse gas regulations. The extent...

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France, the birthplace of the Paris Agreement, is a week away from the first round of its presidential election on April 23. Throughout the...

Breitbart’s James Delingpole Pushing Denial That Great Barrier Reef Is Bleaching — Again

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Anti-Fracking Campaigners Lose Legal Challenge Over Cuadrilla’s Lancashire Shale Gas Site

Protesters in Lancashire have finally found out the result of a judicial review into the government's decision to push ahead with shale gas exploration...

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