On this episode of 'Daily VICE,' we talk to an artist from the Sioux tribe fighting against a proposed 1,100 mile oil line protestors say threatens the drinking water and sacred lands of the reservation.
Tracing the history of a single material, artist Ayoung Kim takes us on a journey connecting localities while disrupting reality.
We went down to a protest exhibit at the British Museum to find out whether anyone still cares about BP's relationship with iconic UK cultural institutions.
Last Night, Protesters Threw Cash at Big Oil Bosses Congratulating Themselves for Ruining the Environment
It was the Petroleum Executive of the Year Awards, where Big Oil bosses slap each other on the back for destroying the world.
After their midterm election route, Republicans could potentially pass a veto-proof bill to approve the pipeline. But Obama was going to approve the project anyway.
You should get to know guar, Big Oil's favorite legume.
For 20 years, Ecuador's Amazonian tribes have been taken advantage of by big oil—and it's about to happen again.
Indigenous and local protests are increasingly making it economically unviable to deal with the social costs of extractive activities.
After residents of the rural Reno and Three Creeks communities testified before the big-oil funded Alberta Energy Regulator that they have been experiencing a litany of terrifying health problems due to emissions from the oil operations near their...