Wednesday, September 27, 2023

Fossil fuel giants ignoring IEA ‘net zero’ report despite pledges, analysis finds

Oil and gas producers are “trying to have their cake and eat it” by backing 2050 net zero emissions targets but dismissing a recent landmark report by the International Energy Agency, analysis claims.

Neonicotinoids harm bees at far below the label recommended dose, study finds

When the pesticide was applied at just 30 percent of the recommended dose, it still reduced the bees' reproduction by 90 percent.

Jeff Sessions sets back the clock

How low can he go? And how far back can this Attorney General take us?

Despite climate warnings, coal use reaching record highs in 2022: IEA

“Government policies will be key to ensuring a secure and sustainable path forward.”

Putting ‘health of all species’ in danger, Trump EPA proposal guts restrictions on toxic...

“With Trump's EPA reversing even the most commonsense protections, our health, and the health of all species, is in serious danger.”

Army Corps Denies Permits for Biggest Proposed Coal Export Terminal in North America

These dirty and dangerous projects will not move forward and we will strive to pursue pathways for justice for all communities as justice was upheld today.

#ArsonEmergency? Climate change and Australia’s wildfires

The demonization of environmental activists is nothing new, but the trend toward criminalization is an even more troubling one considering the crisis at hand.

Pope goes electric, sets example for world leaders

“Humanity is called to recognize the need for changes of lifestyle, production and consumption, in order to combat this warming or at least the human causes which produce or aggravate it.”

France to ban all new development of shale oil and gas

The days of unfettered fossil fuel extraction are over.