The UK Supreme Court has ruled that two Nigerian communities – of more than 50,000 people - can bring their legal claims for clean-up and compensation against Royal Dutch Shell and its Nigerian subsidiary in the English courts.
A new scientific study has concluded that in 2018, pollution linked to the burning of fossil fuels killed nearly nine million people that year. In perspective that's one in five people who died globally in 2018.
As Big Oil loses billions, the global ratings agency, S&P has announced it was placing ExxonMobil, Chevron, Shell and Total on a so-called “credit watch”.
Last year, we rated ExxonMobil as "grossly insufficient" on all ten of the criteria. There are tiny steps forward in the new announcement, but nothing that changes any of our ten metrics from "grossly insufficient" to "insufficient," let alone to even "partial alignment."