The company aims to "expand the potential of mobility into the 3rd dimension, then the 4th dimension which defies the constraints of time and space, and ultimately into outer space."
This week McDonald’s vowed to fix the climate by 2050. But first it wants to sell a whole lot more hamburgers.
Words that imply strong emission reduction policies have adopted slippery meanings intended to imply companies are doing more to reduce emissions than they actually are.
Shipping giant Maersk says it bought eight ships that could be carbon neutral using "green methanol." But experts say such a thing is "extremely unlikely."
As companies try to cut down on costs to boost economic recovery, they are more likely to indulge in “greenwashing”.
Big polluters haven't managed to sow such widespread climate complacency by themselves. They've had expert help.
Amazon has a new justification for forging controversial partnerships with fossil fuel companies.
High street brands might talk about "ethics" and "sustainability", but that doesn't mean they're actually doing anything ethical or sustainable.
VICE News follows a crowd of activists, outraged by corporate greenwashing, crashing the Solutions COP21 exhibition at the Grand Palais in Paris.
A filmmaker who entered a competition for the oil company was told not to mention Arctic oil, one of its most environmentally damaging projects.