Oil Change International Reaction to the Establishment of the UN Loss and Damage Fund

November 30, 2023By Al Johnson-KurtsPress Releases No Comments

For Immediate Release November 30, 2023 In reaction to today’s announcement about the historic establishment of the United Nation’s loss and damage fund, David Tong, Global Industry Campaign Manager, Oil Change International, said: “Unprecedented, countries finalized the creation of a fund to compensate countries for loss and damage caused by the climate crisis on the … Read More

New Data Reveals Canada is Second Largest Public Funder of CCS to Date – A Lifeline for Fossil Fuels, Not Climate Action

November 30, 2023By Al Johnson-KurtsPress Releases No Comments

As the United Nations Climate Change Conference begins today, Oil Change International revealed the failure of Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) in Carbon Capture’s Publicly Funded Failure. CCS has a 50 year track record of over-promising and under-delivering, and every investment in CCS provides a lifeline to the fossil fuel industry. Key findings:  Governments have … Read More

New Data Reiterates Carbon Capture Is A Lifeline for Fossil Fuels, Not Climate Action

November 30, 2023By Al Johnson-KurtsBlog Post, Press Releases No Comments

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 29, 2023 As the United Nations Climate Change Conference begins today, Oil Change International revealed the failure of Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) in Carbon Capture’s Publicly Funded Failure. CCS has a 50 year track record of over-promising and under-delivering, and every investment in CCS provides a lifeline to the fossil … Read More

COP28 Media Advisory

November 21, 2023By nicolePress Releases 1 Comment

As we head towards UN Climate Talks in Dubai starting next week, this media advisory outlines our expectations, themes we’ll be covering, upcoming data and briefings, and more.

Experts react to Japan and South Korea’s joint hydrogen and ammonia initiative

November 17, 2023By Valentina StacklPress Releases No Comments

Today, Japanese and South Korean leaders are expected to announce a joint supply network for hydrogen and ammonia at the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) meeting. The initial announcement did not restrict the supply chain to renewable energy-based green hydrogen and ammonia, according to the Nikkei report of the development.   Without clear guardrails, experts say … Read More

DOE’s Methane Monitoring Framework Misses the Mark on Climate Goals

November 15, 2023By Al Johnson-KurtsPress Releases No Comments

Phasing out fossil fuels is critical to staying under globally agreed temperature rise limits, but the U.S. Dept of Energy is only focusing on reducing “emissions intensity” Washington, DC – Today, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced an international working group to develop a framework for the measurement, monitoring, reporting, and verification (MMRV) of … Read More