oil and gas
Climate Change Has Delayed the First Oil Production Facility in Federal Arctic Waters
An unprecedented fossil fuel venture in the Beaufort Sea is feeling the consequences of warming Arctic temperatures.
Why Florida Just Banned Indoor Vaping and Offshore Drilling With a Single Vote
The state of Florida voted in favor of Amendment 9 that lumps the two issues together for environmental reasons.
How Fracking Companies Use Facebook Surveillance to Ban Protest
Oil and gas companies are discrediting activists using social media to justify banning their protests.
Every Canadian Unknowingly Gives $100 a Year to Big Oil, Study Reveals
And that’s before the Trudeau government blew $4.5 billion on the Trans Mountain pipeline.
One Fracking Well Can Suck Up 250,000 Bathtubs' Worth of Water in Less Than a Week
A new study examines the impact of fracking on streams in Arkansas.
fossil fuel industry
Oil Lobbyists: Thunderbird Strike Video Game 'Promotes Ecoterrorism'
The award-winning game features an Indigenous thunderbird that destroys pipelines and restores the environment.
Destroy Oil Pipelines as a Thunderbird in this New Video Game
Thunderbird Strike is the latest from Indigenous developer Elizabeth LaPensée.
The US Is Paying Big Oil to Keep Fossil Fuels Profitable
Subsidies are keeping “zombie energy” alive.
Canada Is Dragging Its Feet on Capping Dangerous Methane Leaks
The government finally has a plan to regulate methane leaks from the oil and gas industry. It doesn’t come into effect until 2020.
what the frack
Fracking in BC Releases 2.5 Times More Methane Than Government Estimates
Methane is a more potent greenhouse gas than CO2.
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Rex Tillerson Allegedly Used a Fake Email Name at Exxon to Discuss Climate Change
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman discovered the alleged alias email in his ongoing probe into whether Exxonmobil mislead shareholders about the effects of global warming.
Shell Is Abandoning Canada’s Oilsands
Shell says it’s focused on becoming a “company of the future,” and that future apparently doesn’t include the Alberta oilsands.