DeSmog interviewed an author of a new paper that says that policies focused only on greenhouse gas emissions will be less successful than a broader approach that tackles inequality and climate change together. Read Here […]
The homes of three Italian climate activists were searched by the Italian police last week over their alleged involvement in March in a protest against fossil gas in Milan, Italy. Read Here A #Milano, la […]
Major car and airline companies are using adverts that greenwash their business while continuing to push highly polluting products that put the world’s climate goals at risk By Rachel Sherrington Lead Researcher and Reporter at […]
Activists warn that calls for energy independence are just “peace washing” the fossil fuels that enabled this conflict. Read Here m.iacobucci.tiscali.it Royalty-free editorial photo via Depositphotos.
The report also pointed the finger at journalists for providing false balance to “contrarian” voices in their coverage of the issue. By Phoebe Cooke Cross-posted from DeSmog UK Photo: sanjitbakshi (CC BY 2.0) The UN’s […]
The Church’s continued ExxonMobil investment was called a “betrayal” by young campaigners. Read Here Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby in the House of Lords in 2021. Image: ukhouseoflords, CC BY 2.0
This article tries to explain why taxonomy is so crucial and how corporate and political interests have corrupted the process. By Stella Levantesi, an Italian climate journalist Cross-posted from DeSmog UK A nuclear plant outside […]
Agrochemical and pesticide giants like Bayer and BASF are pushing for weaker action on harmful chemicals and climate goals. Read here Credit: Peter Reynolds.
Oil and gas companies should be asking themselves whether they are investing in “the right kind of CCS”, its lead author said. Read here A carbon capture and storage facility launched by Canadian electric utility […]