The Kichwa people of the Ecuadorian Amazon continue to fight for their right to access safe water and food.
Global declines in coal powered electricity are being offset by China's continued plans to build more coal-fired power generation capacity.
Two fossil fuel exploration companies bet big on one of oil’s final frontiers, and found out how volatile it could be.
How Luke Cole and an Alaskan community spearheaded a landmark climate lawsuit against fossil fuel giants — and helped empower other marginalized communities to stand up for themselves.
65% of directors from the banks analysed had connections to polluting industries and obstructive lobby groups.
The White House remains silent on both of the pipeline projects, which Indigenous communities say are blatant cases of racism and injustice
The near-miss raises questions of corporate management in a battered oil industry, how drillers will handle increasingly volatile hurricanes, and federal oversight of the offshore drilling industry nearly 11 years after the Gulf of Mexico was coated in oil.
New calls for market-based approaches to limiting climate pollution raise concerns about these policies’ effectiveness
From co-opting community groups to shifting blame to those most impacted by pollution, a new report documents fossil fuel industry practices that obscure harm to people of color
Girl’s tragic death in oil industry explosion haunts her family