Endgame

September 29, 2017By Steve KretzmannBlog Post, Featured, News, Newsletter

Acknowledging the obvious fact that our future cannot be fossil fueled begins the game that will only be truly won when our public policies, our laws, our governments, and our social norms fully incorporate this truth.

Japan just lost its big excuse for pushing coal on the world; now’s the time to pile on the pressure

October 6, 2015By Alex DoukasIndustry Analysis, Newsletter

On September 25, the U.S. and China released a joint presidential statement on climate change. While most people focused on China’s new cap-and-trade regime, there was a buried headline that may have even bigger implications for climate and for the future of coal: China pledged to strengthen regulations “with a view to strictly controlling public … Read More

Lock Down: Report Preview

October 6, 2015By Hannah McKinnonIndustry Analysis, Newsletter

The end of growth in the tar sands? Oil Change International is poised to release a groundbreaking new model of the North American tar sands pipeline system. In the coming weeks, Oil Change International will publish a report based on our new Integrated North American Pipeline model (INAP). INAP will be the first publically accessible … Read More

Letter to G20 Finance Ministers: Delivering on G20 commitment to phase out fossil fuel subsidies

September 3, 2015By Alex DoukasIndustry Analysis

September 2, 2015 To: G20 Finance Ministers CC: Prof. Dr. Ahmet Davuto?lu, Deputy Prime Minister Ali Babacan, Deputy Undersecretary for Turkish Treasury Cavit Da?da?, Ambassador Feridun Sinirlio?lu RE: Delivering on G20 Commitment to Phase Out Fossil Fuel Subsidies Dear G20 Finance Ministers, In the lead-up to the G20 Summit in November, we – 63 civil … Read More

Who’s Blowing the Carbon Budget?

August 4, 2015By Greg MuttittIndustry Analysis, Newsletter

When in a hole, stop digging – so the saying goes. When it comes to climate, we’re all in a deep hole, but who’s doing the digging? New analysis by Oil Change International shows that when it comes to increasing the pool of unburnable oil reserves, it is private oil companies that have been digging … Read More