"This is a manufactured crisis designed specifically to hurt working people, and our leaders don’t have to participate in this deadly charade. Congress should reject these poison pills that have no relation to the debt ceiling and pass a clean increase," said Collin Rees.
The Biden administration's claims that the Mountain Valley Pipeline would help Europe or benefit national security — in Europe, in the United States, or anywhere else — are wildly unfounded.
"Instead of laws that strip communities of their power to decide what happens in their backyards, we need laws that put people before polluters," said Allie Rosenbluth.
"We must draw a red line and say no to Republicans taking our economy hostage to line the pockets of the fossil fuel industry," said Allie Rosenbluth.
Activists warn “don’t plunder Africa” after human rights activist is “locked out” of London energy conference
The glossy website for the African Oil Summit in London last week called the event “Africa’s premier global energy conference”. Partners included some of the biggest international oil companies such as BP, Shell, Eni, E.on and Total.
CSOs condemn G7 leaders for dangerous backsliding on gas, breaching commitments to end fossil fuel finance
"At a time when we rapidly need to phase out fossil fuels, this year’s G7 host has pushed for the expansion of gas and LNG and technologies that would prolong the use of coal," said Susanne Wong, Asia Program Manager.
G7 meeting: 50 actions around the world call on world leaders to stop peddling fossil fuels and false solutions
Hundreds of civil society organisations from dozens of countries have taken to the streets around the world to demand that the G7 stop peddling fossil fuels to developing countries and stop promoting false solutions to the climate crisis.
"Our communities and climate cannot afford more fossil fuels, nor more dangerous distractions like carbon capture, hydrogen, or ammonia — it’s long past time to end the era of fossil fuels," said Collin Rees.
"Prime Minister Kishida is using Japan’s G7 presidency to benefit Japanese corporate interests over the health and security of people and our planet," said Susanne Wong.
“Biden’s claims to be a climate leader are increasingly laughable after EXIM’s approval of this refinery. If he can’t be trusted to keep this relatively modest promise, how can anyone trust the United States to live up to its even grander climate promises?" asked Adam McGibbon.