Response to the government of Azerbaijan arresting human rights activist Anar Mammadli

May 6, 2024By Valentina StacklPress Releases

In response to the government of Azerbaijan arresting Anar Mammadli’s, Romain IOUALALEN, Oil Change International Global Policy Campaign Manager, said:  “In the wake of Anar Mammadli’s arrest, Azerbaijan’s repression of activists, human rights defenders, and journalists raises serious concerns as the country prepares to host COP29. We call on Azerbaijani authorities to immediately free Anar … Read More

In response to the Scottish Government’s announcement it will scrap its commitment to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 75% by 2030

April 18, 2024By Valentina StacklFeatured, North Sea, Press Releases 3 Comments

At a time when governments must ramp up their climate efforts, the Scottish Government’s backtracking is a catastrophic betrayal. Once a UK leader on climate policy, Scotland is turning its back on scientific evidence and international obligations, to line the pockets of oil and gas executives and save face after missing eight of the last 12 annual emissions targets.

Media Advisory: Pikachu Protest Against Japanese LNG Expansion to Take Place During Prime Minister Kishida’s White House Visit

April 9, 2024By Valentina StacklAsia, Press Releases

On April 10-11, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida will meet with U.S. President Joe Biden in Washington, DC, address Congress, and join a trilateral meeting with Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos, Jr.. This visit comes on the heels of the Biden Administration’s decision to pause pending LNG export approvals to non-free trade countries after intense pressure from frontline communities. Many don’t realize that Japan is one of the largest financiers of U.S. LNG export projects and is working to derail clean energy transitions across Asia and globally. 

New Report Reveals North Sea Countries’ Oil and Gas Plans Breach Paris Agreement

March 12, 2024By Valentina StacklPress Releases 1 Comment

A comprehensive report released today by Oil Change International exposes the failure of the five major North Sea oil and gas producing countries – Norway, UK, Denmark, the Netherlands, and Germany – in terms of aligning its oil and gas policies with the Paris Agreement, posing a grave threat to global efforts to combat the climate crisis.