“Allowing private banks to start an unholy marriage with bankrupt fossil fuel companies would be a catastrophic mistake for communities and climate,” said Collin Rees
By all accounts Trump’s handling of the Coronavirus pandemic has been a disaster for months.
A day after meeting big oil bosses at the White House last Friday, Donald Trump was at his usual chest-thumbing best defending an industry he loves: “I am a big believer in our great energy business, and we’re going to take care of our energy business,” he said at a press conference.
A letter from over 200 organizations calls for a moratorium on construction of natural gas pipelines and LNG export facilities during the COVID-19 public health crisis.
Later today, U.S. President Donald Trump is set to meet with at least seven senior oil executives in person at the White House to discuss the historic plunge in the oil price.
The COP26 bureau and United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change have announced the postponement of the Bonn intersessional and COP26 climate negotiations to 2021.
A broad coalition of Indigenous, landowner, environmental, and conservation groups called on TC Energy to immediately halt all activity on its Keystone XL pipeline project due to the coronavirus public health threat.
We are in the midst of a global crisis. COVID-19 has put the health, livelihoods, homes, and safety of billions at risk. At Oil Change International we are reorienting our work at this critical time to respond to the needs of this moment.