“Appallingly lax” EU hydrogen plans would lead to more fossil fuels being burned
A proposed definition of "green hydrogen" looks set to increase climate-heating emissions
Global Witness response to top HSBC executive's controversial comments on climate change
This is not just about one bad apple executive but about a sector that continues bankrolling deforestation, fossil fuels and climate breakdown.
REPowerEU plans will pour billions into gas for decades to come, costing consumers and the climate
REPowerEU set to lock in gas for decades
EU plans for gas could cost €250 billion more in 2030 than the Commission expected
REPowerEU will only cut the bill by €47 billion - underlining the need for more ambitious renewables targets
EU support for hydrogen would sabotage plans to reduce Russian gas
Shell, BP and Exxon’s push for fossil hydrogen would increase EU dependence on gas imports
DRC: Apple, Tesla & Intel may source “conflict minerals” through failing responsible mineral scheme
Companies including Apple, Tesla and Intel are relying on a supply chain due diligence scheme that is used to launder conflict minerals from DRC, new evidence suggests
Urgent US Legislation Needed to Protect World’s Forests
Global Witness calls on US Congress to pass urgently needed legislation to end financing of deforestation, which is a leading cause of climate-critical forest destruction.
Groundbreaking EU rules herald a new era for tech accountability
GW responds to agreement on the Digital Services Act
World’s biggest fossil fuel firms projected to spend almost a trillion dollars on new oil and gas fields by 2030
As the IPCC warns against new fossil fuels, it's business as usual for big polluters
Global Witness welcomes passage of the BURMA Act by the US House of Representatives and calls on the Senate to follow suit
The bill’s provisions bring together the four primary threads of US policy towards Myanmar: targeting military revenues through sanctions, supporting the pro-democracy movement, authorizing humanitarian assistance, and pursuing accountability for the military’s atrocities
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