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Enbridge uses scoring system to track Indigenous opposition

When the oil company Enbridge sought to build its Line 3 pipeline through northern Minnesota, it faced opposition from Indigenous-led water protectors. The company moved to coordinate with local police as they cracked down on…
01/24/22
                                                               

Settlement Reached Over Longest-Running Oil Spill in U.S. History

A Louisiana energy company is finally paying for the longest-running oil spill in U.S. history.Taylor Energy has agreed to pay more than $43 million in penalties and transfer a further $432 million to the Department…
12/23/21
                                                               

Beware of false solutions to the crises of climate change and plastic pollution

While climate disasters unfold in Canada and around the planet, the federal government is entertaining false solutions from the fossil-fuel industry that risk making things worse instead of better.
12/22/21

Follow the green leader: why everyone from Prince William to Jeff Bezos is looking to Costa Rica

Billionaires, princes and prime ministers are among those keen to learn from the Central American country, which has long put nature at the heart of its policies‘It’s in our DNA’: tiny Costa Rica wants the…
12/22/21

Science Museum ‘must lay down conditions’ to fossil fuel sponsors

UK’s former chief scientific adviser Sir David King adds to growing pressure on the London museumSir David King, one of the UK’s leading scientific figures, has intervened in the row over fossil fuel sponsorship at…
12/16/21

Revealed: Biden administration was not legally bound to auction gulf drilling rights

Justice department admits a previous ruling did not force the detonation of what environmentalists call ‘huge carbon bomb’The Biden administration admitted that a court decision did not compel it to lease vast tracts of the…
12/13/21

UK universities took £89m from oil firms in last four years

Anger after investigation finds Imperial College London, Cambridge and Oxford among institutions to have accepted fundingSome of Britain’s most prestigious universities are among those to have shared in funds totalling at least £89m from major…
12/11/21