Over the weekend, between 15,000 and 35,000 people showed up to protest the expansion of a coal mine. We spoke to them.
“We’re seeing companies double down, brazenly pretend that they’re going to be able to produce oil and gas for another 60, 70, 80 years.”
IPCC author Julia Steinberger joined a campaign of actions protesting Switzerland's upcoming plans to ration gas and power ahead of anticipated shortages this winter.
"I used to tell my niece I worked in a chocolate factory, because I would come home covered in oil."
Traditional land owners hope the challenge will derail a controversial offshore gas development in the region.
Researchers believe the process could curtail the aviation sector's contribution to global carbon emissions.
Many are in their late teens and early 20s, and are willing to take radical action and risk arrest to put an end to our dependence on oil.
Manchin came out swinging against a plan to make companies disclose their role in causing climate change.
Bitcoin mining captures excess gas that would otherwise go into the atmosphere, and provides additional income for energy producers.
Dan Wilton documents the communities that have sprung up alongside the furnaces of the fossil fuel industry.
Draft legislation modeled after anti-BDS laws seeks to wage a culture war in defense of the fossil fuel industry and its ill-gotten trillions.
COP26 is overflowing with more than 500 oil and gas executives from companies like Shell and BP.