It is nearly thirty years to the day that one of the world’s leading climate scientists, Dr James Hansen told a panel of the US senate that the “greenhouse effect was here”.
Last month, Oil Change International and Desmogblog reported on the formation of a new organization, The Institute for Pension Fund Integrity (IPFI), which had published its first “white paper” on “getting politics out of pensions.”
Last week a newly formed organization, The Institute for Pension Fund Integrity (IPFI), published its first “white paper” on the topical issue of “getting politics out of pensions”.
The history of Big Oil’s climate denial campaign is littered with slightly progressive sounding front groups which have tried to give the impression that the industry cares about climate change.
Six years after starting a campaign to kick fossil fuel sponsorship out of cultural and arts institutions in the UK, activists from the collective, Liberate Tate, will be touring the US this month.
As the renewable revolution gathers a pace, the oil industry has launched yet another PR offensive trying to rebrand fossil fuels as sustainable.
As Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton campaign in one of the most deeply bruising, personal and vitriolic Presidential campaigns ever witnessed, many are questioning the current venomous state of our polarized political discourse and how it needs to radically change.
The British Government’s formal announcement today to consult on whether to offer between £10,000 to £20,000 to every household affected by fracking as part of a “Shale Wealth Fund” has been being met with increasing outrage and opposition.
It will become a defining battle of our times. A Brexit-supporting billionaire, who until recently lived as a tax-exile in Switzerland, versus the people of Britain. And the battle will be over fracking.
Oh dear, BP. Last week was a lesson in how corporate sponsorship of the arts backfires badly.