Indonesia's Shifting Coal Money
We already know coal is terrible for the environment, but our investigations into the Indonesian coal industry highlight a host of other risks
Pétrole, gaz et minerais, Climate breakdownBriefing
The US is set to drown the world in oil
A staggering 61% of the world’s new oil and gas production over the next decade is set to come from one country alone: the US. This would jeopardize global climate ambition.
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UK and Scottish Governments must stop oil and gas expansion to meet Paris climate goals
The climate crisis means plans to ramp up extraction from UK waters need to be shelved - and replaced with policies for a just transition away from oil and gas
A glimmer of hope in protecting our climate-critical forests
Somewhere along the way, we’ve forgotten the importance of protecting our forests to help slow climate damage.
Pétrole, gaz et mineraisArticle
Overinvestment in oil and gas creates risks for investors, regardless of whether the world is effective in tackling climate change.
Climate breakdownBlog post
Climate change on the front line: Why marginalized voices matter in climate change negotiations
Studies show that the earth will most likely warm by more than 2 degrees by the end of the century – bringing with it more hurricanes and other extreme weather, reduced air quality, and more infectious diseases spread by ticks and mosquitos, among other impacts.
Why cutting down trees won't prevent forest fires
Trump’s assertion that cutting down trees may curb forest fires is not only misleading, it’s dangerous.
Climate breakdown, Pétrole, gaz et mineraisBlog post
Exxon’s Climate Denial Again Under Pressure at Investors Meeting
Exxon’s approach to climate change is not only a question of morals or politics, but also a major financial risk for Exxon’s investors.