World leaders must commit to holding climate-wrecking industries and their financial backers to account
The world can’t solve the climate crisis if leaders are unwilling to name the main culprits, let alone have the courage to take on these powerful industry interests.
Acquittal of Shell and Eni in corruption trial “a stain on Italy”
Joint statement on the Shell/ Eni verdict from Global Witness, Corner House, HEDA & Re:Common
Shell and Eni verdict: Not the final word on this scandal
NGOs and activists are today disappointed and outraged as Shell and Eni - two of the worlds biggest polluters - were found not guilty of corruption relating to the purchase of a Nigerian oilfield, in a Milan trial.
Accountability groups file first of its kind FTC complaint against Chevron for misleading consumers on climate action
The complaint claims that Chevron is consistently misrepresenting its image to appear climate-friendly and racial justice-oriented, while its business operations overwhelmingly rely on climate-polluting fossil fuels, which disproportionately harm communities of color.
Energy firm on trial for vast corruption granted high level EU access to lobby for fossil gas
Global Witness finds that Eni's CEO was granted access to EU Ministers whilst corruption trial ongoing
Hundreds of millions in taxpayer money wasted by EU on failed gas projects
Corporate influence at the heart of EU wasted energy funds
Majority of global CCS plants being used to extract more fossil fuels
New research says Carbon capture won't help to reach Paris climate goals
Revised EU Energy regulation fails to deliver on urgent climate needs
Key EU energy policy fails to curb the excessive role of the fossil fuel industry in decision-making, and leave the back door wide open to public funds supporting fossil gas.
New UN report calling for fossil fuel reduction must not be ignored by EU
UN report calls for 6% reduction in fossil fuels per year
EU Ombudsman decision exposes Commission weakness on climate-wrecking fossil gas
The European Ombudsman has today ruled that the European Commission failed to assess the climate risks when supporting fossil gas projects
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