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Fossil Fuels


Ahead of Key Summit, 350+ Groups and 100+ Economists Tell G7 Nations to 'Stop Funding Fossil Fuels'

"We have had enough of world leaders sitting and talking whilst the world burns around them, with Covid-19 and climate impacts continuing to wreak havoc," said one campaigner.

Kenny Stancil, staff writer ·


The 'Big Con' Revealed: Report Details Fossil Fuel Industry's Deceptive 'Net Zero' Strategy

"Big polluters and rich governments should not only reduce emissions to Real Zero, they must pay reparations for the huge climate debt owed to the Global South."

Brett Wilkins, staff writer ·


'Which Side Are You On?': #StopLine3 Protesters Appeal to Biden on Historic Day of Action

"We still have time to save our sacred waters and land—our life sources," said Indigenous organizer Dawn Goodwin.

Brett Wilkins, staff writer ·



Green Groups Sue US Development Bank Financing Climate-Damaging Projects Overseas

The organizations charge that exempting the institution from a key federal transparency law is illegal.

Jessica Corbett, staff writer ·


Biden Urged to Go Further After 'Strong Step' Toward Protecting Arctic Refuge From Drilling

"While this buys some time, the fight to protect this unique and pristine area is not over," said an Environment America campaigner. "We're calling on Congress to establish permanent protections."

Jessica Corbett, staff writer ·


Why Infrastructure is So Much Bigger Than Just Infrastructure

"The beauty of pursuing a rebuilt infrastructure is that it brings with it the solution to the other four spokes of national renewal... They work together, like the spokes on the metaphorical wheel that unites them."

Robert Freeman ·


Energy Road Map Charts Challenging Course to Oil-Free Future

By 2050, 90% of global electricity generation could come from renewable sources, 70% from solar photovoltaic and wind.

David Suzuki ·


Despite Risks, Climate Activists Lead Fight Against Oil Giant's Drilling Projects in Uganda

"We cannot drink oil. This is why we cannot accept the construction of the East African Crude Oil Pipeline." 

Brett Wilkins, staff writer ·


Big Oil Takes Huge Loss in a Day of Game-Changing Climate News

Dutch court ruling and two shareholder revolts bring new hope against climate emergency.

Mark Hertsgaard ·