Despite the millions Big Oil is spending to slow and delay action on climate change, the world is shifting decisively away from fossil fuels.
Rising ocean temperatures caused Dungeness crabs to become toxic, devastating the industry in California.
A new study from the Union of Concerned Scientists shows how fossil fuel producers seed scientific doubt and block climate-related policies.
Once again, corporate and government interests win; the environment loses.
A militant group called the Niger Delta Avengers, which has ordered companies to leave Nigeria's oil-rich region, claimed responsibility for the attack.
The Niger Delta Avengers are a new militant group that has claimed responsibility for a recent wave of attacks on pipelines in Nigeria's oil-rich south.
Multinational oil giants Shell and Chevron have been forced to stall oil production in Nigeria in recent weeks as the uptick in violent attacks on pipelines puts pressure on the country's finances.
A group known as the Niger Delta Avengers attacked a Chevron facility in an oil-rich region of Nigeria, reviving fears of an insurgency in the area.
The World's Largest Sovereign Wealth Fund Says ExxonMobil and Chevron Must Do More About Climate Change
Norway's sovereign wealth fund is backing shareholder resolutions that would require the fossil fuel companies to report on the risks of climate change and how emissions regulations might impact profits.
A key Chevron witness admitted to lying in a racketeering and fraud suit against attorney Steven Donziger, so the lawyer and his legal team are asking that the federal court judgement be thrown out.
The witness, a former Ecuadorean judge, claimed that lawyers representing residents of the Amazon harmed by the oil company's contamination paid him to ghostwrite a court judgement — but he now says that he lied.