We cannot let the fossil fuel industry block urgently needed climate action. Nick Dowson lays out a path to change.
Transnational oil companies are looking to leave the Niger Delta without cleaning up their mess. Ken Henshaw reports.
Endtimes for Big Oil. Danny Chivers and Jess Worth have some good news from the frontlines.
Mike Loewe reports from South Africa on the community fighting to stop Shell from exploration along its wildlife-rich shores.
A new report shows the dramatic rise in cash earnings of shareholders in Britain’s big oil since the Paris Agreement.
Dana Drugmand explains how the powerful car industry has continually blocked change to keep us hooked.
How can we phase out fossil fuels in a way that works for people everywhere? The historic Cochabamba People’s Agreement offers a way forward, argues Max Ajl.
BP or not BP activist Phil Ball on the love, sweat, and ingenuity of the unprecedented 51-hour creative takeover of the British Museum.
Danny Chivers is buoyed up by three decisive victories led by indigenous groups against fossil fuel interests in Australia, Brazil and Canada.
But ‘Trial of the Century’ also cements climate protections, reports Ragnhild Freng Dale.
Nick Dowson gives the low-down on the latest tricks in corporate spin.
We are finally getting sponsorship out of the arts. Now let’s fix the grim working conditions. It’s all connected, argues Katherine Hearst.
A short history of dependency.
After years of campaigning, Big Oil has finally been barred from COP26. But other big polluters still need to be kicked out, writes Danny Chivers.
As the UN climate talks commence – where talk of a green and just transition for workers is on the agenda – Conrad Landin inspects the ground realities for oil workers in Scotland.
Pat Mooney explores what happens when Big Data meets Big Ag. Interview by Nick Dowson.
From dealing with Covid-19, to finding inventive ways to make ends meet, three workers from the Philippines, Trinidad and Tobago and Zimbabwe tell their stories.
Lorraine Mallinder gets inside the proto-petrostate of Iraqi Kurdistan.
Tax havens in the Global North enable the systematic looting of the Global South. John Christensen explains how their activities impoverish the world.
Precision agriculture is where it’s at – according to the corporate giants. Jim Thomas inspects their plans.
An international energy agreement could leave governments across the Global South exposed to expensive lawsuits from corporate investors. Juliet Ferguson of Investigate Europe reports.
The soil is dying, the water’s running out, and climate change is rendering the future even more uncertain. Hazel Healy speaks to farmers in Senegal who are ready for a different system.
The global free trade system is being battered like never before. Can any good come of it, asks Vanessa Baird in the first of an eight-article exploration?
Out of the current crisis, a more hopeful vision is emerging, argues Vanessa Baird.