A system of dikes meant to protect the Lower Mainland from flooding excludes many First Nations. The federal government admits some have “no dike protection at all.”
Oil executives delayed and deflected at a historic congressional hearing into climate denial Thursday. Experts say once people learn the truth it could be game over for Big Oil.
Flooding in and around Vancouver even in an optimistic scenario could destroy tens of thousands of homes, harm First Nations, and drive up already wild housing prices for everyone.
This week McDonald’s vowed to fix the climate by 2050. But first it wants to sell a whole lot more hamburgers.
Ted Boutrous, one of the most famous First Amendment lawyers in the U.S., is also the lead attorney for Chevron in lawsuits that accuse the oil giant of spreading misinformation about climate change.
Murdoch’s News Corp has spent the past 15 years mitigating its own climate risk while giving media outlets like Fox News carte blanche to deny climate change altogether.
Researchers in Virginia have found “shocking” rates of mental illness among coal miners, still one of the most dangerous jobs today.
Beef is Kiah Twisselman’s “favorite diet food,” but few people realize the weight-loss influencer is also an advocate for the beef industry.
That’s more than twice his salary as a U.S. senator.
The right-wing think tanks and activist groups behind the recent conservative surge of interest in the teaching of structural racism in schools are using their climate change playbook.
Cancer-causing arsenic is leaking out of a shuttered coal plant into Memphis groundwater. One local calls it “a ticking time bomb.”
Eighty-seven percent of Special Report’s climate segments since 2009 either spread misinformation or perpetuated false or misleading narratives, says Media Matters.