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Climate change-related disasters are surging. Someone has to pay
With mounting evidence that climate change increases the risk of natural disasters, governments should turn the tables on international petroleum companies and hold them responsible, Prof İbrahim Özdemir argues.
Exxon reports record profits while suing EU for 2.3% windfall tax
40 per cent of Exxon's record-breaking profits went to new oil and gas and 5 per cent to ‘low-carbon’ initiatives.
Energy crisis: BP scales back oil and gas demand forecasts
In its annual energy outlook, energy giant BP has lowered its predictions for how much oil and gas will be used between now and 2035.
UN chief calls out fossil fuel giants for ignoring climate science
Antonio Guterres said that, just like the tobacco industry, those responsible need to be held to account.
Greta arrives in Davos to hit Big Oil bosses with a 'cease and desist'
Climate activists Vanessa Nakate, Helena Gualinga and Luisa Neubauer are with Greta Thunberg at Davos to demand a halt to new oil and gas projects.
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Top oil executive named as president of COP28
Environmentalists are criticising a decision by the United Arab Emirates to name top oil executive Sultan Ahmed al-Jaber as the president of this year's COP28 climate talks.
Russia bans oil sales to countries using a price cap
The ban will come into effect from February 1.
Revealed: Oil and gas companies plan to take us beyond 2.5C
New oil and gas fields will push global warming beyond climate targets, yet Shell, TotalEnergies and Chevron are still investing.
These UK unis have banned fossil fuel giants from campus recruitment
A number of UK universities have now banned fossil fuel recruiters from campus, a policy previously only applied to the tobacco and gambling industries.
Norway’s energy paradox: Oil and gas vs climate ambitions
Norway wants to be a leader in fighting climate change but has a legacy as a leader in oil and gas and more of it is needed since the energy crisis.
View: Transport is a huge blindspot in the EU’s energy crisis response
As the bloc’s Russian oil embargo looms, a Greenpeace campaigner writes it’s time to overhaul our 'oil-guzzling' transport systems.
UK oil and gas producers reeling after windfall tax increase
The increase brings total taxes on the oil and gas sector in Britain to a rate of 75 per cent - among the highest in the world.
6 must-know European phrases to understand the climate crisis
Climate change is a global problem - but the debate often takes place in English. Here are some must-know European phrases to help you wrap your head around it.
View: EU approval of the new Energy Charter Treaty is bound to fail
UN Special Rapporteur Oliver De Schutter explains why he thinks the EU needs to quit an agreement that protects the interests of the fossil fuel industry.
COP27: 5 key takeaways from science and youth on day 5
Protests continued at the conference with activists calling out fossil fuel lobbyists and asking for climate justice
Fossil fuel emissions could be ‘3 times higher’ than producers claim
Accurate emissions reporting is crucial for fighting the climate crisis. But oil and gas producers are ‘overlooking’ key data, a new report claims.
Google ‘gaslighting’ users by taking big oil advert money, says study
Massive oil companies are paying millions of dollars to target users searching for sustainability related queries.
Greenpeace accuses TotalEnergies of ‘shocking’ emission underreporting
Underreporting of carbon emissions throw the net zero goals of oil and gas companies into doubt, campaign group Greenpeace claim.
Norway strengthens emissions targets ahead of COP27
Prime Minister Jonas Gahr Støre said that there was no doubt that the target would require a lot of effort from the country.
View: Europe’s energy crisis shouldn’t prompt a dash for gas in Africa
A group of African and European organisations are today calling on EU leaders to abandon their short-sighted scramble.