oil and gas
Traditional land owners hope the challenge will derail a controversial offshore gas development in the region.
Indigenous Australians Have Derailed a Controversial Gas Project by Suing the South Korean Government
Up to $700 million now hangs in the balance.
About 20 masked people allegedly caused millions of dollars worth of damage at the Coastal GasLink site. But it's unclear how such a big group got in and out of such a remote area without being caught.
A new Global Witness report found that it has the same carbon footprint per year as 1.2 million gas-powered cars.
COP26 is overflowing with more than 500 oil and gas executives from companies like Shell and BP.
When presented with data on what the oil industry knew about the dangers of burning fossil fuels, respondents in a new poll changed their minds.
Indigenous water protectors, experts, and officials have been warning about the links between violence against women and pipelines for years. Now, they worry there'll be more.
A gas leak in the Gulf of Mexico on Friday caused a raging subaquatic fireball, raising concerns about the safety of offshore oil and gas development and climate change.
Oil giant Suncor vowed to fight racism in the wake of George Floyd’s murder. But it’s still releasing cancer-causing chemicals into a low-income Latino neighborhood north of Denver.
States and provinces are passing laws criminalizing protests against fossil fuels. “This onslaught of legislation is a direct result of the people uprising,” said one land defender.
For many Indigenous peoples, oil and gas work is the only good-paying job around. But clean energy leaders are trying to change that.
The report, paid for by the Alberta government, suggests climate reporters are part of a coordinated ploy by George Soros and other progressive elites to quash capitalism and distribute climate change propaganda.