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What the Paris Climate Agreement Means For Big Oil
The Paris Agreement is now official, so what’s in store for the world’s biggest oil companies?
These Oil and Coal Companies Have the Worst Climate Change Records
A new study from the Union of Concerned Scientists shows how fossil fuel producers seed scientific doubt and block climate-related policies.
In Photos: Shell's Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill
An undersea pipeline 90 miles off the Louisiana coast leaked roughly 90,000 gallons of oil last week — and, over the weekend, dozens of activists around the country were arrested during anti-fossil fuel protests.
Shell Oil Spill Prompts Renewed Calls for a Moratorium on Oil and Gas Development in the Gulf of Mexico
An offshore rig operated by Royal Dutch Shell leaked over 88,000 gallons of oil into the Gulf of Mexico — a region which produces 17 percent of the nation's crude and supports a quarter of a million jobs.
How an Execution 20 Years Ago Shaped the Fight Against Oil Pollution in the Niger Delta
The legacy of Ken Saro-Wiwa, an activist who fought against the environmental destruction of the Niger Delta, still lives on two decades after he was killed by Nigeria’s military junta.
VICE News Capsule - Thursday, January 8
Car bomb kills dozens in Yemeni capital, Royal Dutch Shell to pay $83.5 million for 2008 Niger Delta spills, Honduran AIDS activist abducted and released in San Pedro Sula, and more.
Royal Dutch Shell Agrees to $83 Million Payout for Nigerian Oil Spills
The company had initially offered to pay $6,000 in damages from a pair of 2008 oil spills, which lawyers and human rights activists say are a common occurrence in the resource-rich Niger Delta.