Amid all the awful news are some points of light.
After Enbridge tried to seize the assets of a Vancouver-based anti-pipeline organization this week, it’s worth revisiting Big Oil’s legal trick handbook.
Successful lawsuits cost the tobacco industry hundreds of billions. We asked experts about the likelihood of energy giants meeting the same fate.
Documents obtained by the Center for International Energy Law reveal that as early as the 1960s oil companies were developing technologies to reduce and capture carbon dioxide, which may have helped to avoid decades of planet-warming emissions.
Italian oil company Eni created an educational program that avoids addressing climate change in the Arctic and implies oil rigs and mining platforms can have a positive impact on the environment.
Though there has been an increase, it’s still a small number of whistleblowers alerting Canada's National Energy Board to violations.
Photographer Fiona Clark captured the country's LGBT community in the 70s and 80s. Censorship, however, kept her images from seeing the light of day—until now.
Indigenous organizations are accepting lifelines from a controversial source — namely oil & gas or resource extraction companies.