Walk The Talk: Time for the G7 to make the COP28 Fossil Fuel Pledge a Reality

June 4, 2024By nicoleBriefings, Global Policy, Resources, Stop Funding Fossils No Comments

This new briefing from Oil Change International shows that G7 countries, which have both the capacity and the responsibility to be leaders in phasing out fossil fuels, are not walking the walk – at home or abroad: some G7 countries are massively expanding fossil fuel production at home, while others are investing in more fossil fuel infrastructure abroad. Both are catastrophic failures of leadership, which the G7 has a responsibility to correct.

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

March 5, 2024By Valentina StacklNorth Sea, Press Releases

Join us for a critical press conference addressing the failure of the five major North Sea oil and gas-producing countries – Norway, United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Germany, and Denmark – to fulfill their climate commitments. The press conference will unveil a comprehensive report and set of benchmarks rating North Sea countries’ oil and gas production policies by their level of alignment with the Paris Agreement developed by Oil Change International.

REVEALED: Taxpayer-funded fossil fuel projects from the U.S., Germany, and Italy breach international climate commitments

September 6, 2023By nicoleBlog Post, Press Releases, Stop Funding Fossils 1 Comment

Rich countries have continued to approve USD 4.4 billion in international public finance despite committing to end this support by the end of 2022. Six countries including the United States, Germany, Italy and Japan have at least 26 fossil fuel projects awaiting approvals, with Germany having the biggest number of projects pending.

CSOs say E3F countries need to act with urgency and integrity to meet commitments to end export finance for fossil fuels

November 24, 2021By LauriePress Releases, Stop Funding Fossils

The time has come for ambitious E3F action, not just ambitious words. We do not want to see a year of vague compromises and exceptions that water the commitment down and lead to continued support for fossil fuels, such as gas – as this not only puts the climate at risks, it also locks countries in the south into fossil dependence with all the economic risks that come along.