Environmental advocates, myself included, often cite the need for a “just transition” to ensure that workers in polluting industries are not left behind in the shift to a low-carbon economy.
The G7 could lead the way by putting its $100 billion a year support for fossil fuels to better use FOSSIL FINANCE The world’s largest investment funds have provided $713.3 billion in ...
EDF and Resources for the Future (RFF) partner on a new research series to inform policymaking on fairness for fossil fuel workers and communities in transition. The shockwaves from the ...
An analysis by In These Times found, in at least seven states, the oil industry has backed critical infrastructure bills that criminalize pipeline protests.
Annapolis, MD. - This week, Chairman Kumar Barve (D-17) and Sen. Chris West (R-42) introduced landmark legislation in the Maryland State Senate and Maryland House of Delegates. The bill ...
A new effort to keep coal plants running has come to Indiana. It's funded by some of the country's biggest coal companies.
Some of the world's biggest carbon polluters are missing a chance to clean up their economies.
So far, the $3 trillion meant to stimulate the U.S. economy in response to the coronavirus crisis has offered relief to oil and gas companies while largely ignoring the clean energy sector.
A revolution is what we need, and we can begin by imagining and demanding it and doing what we can to try to realize it
At a major energy conference in Houston, a few oil executives talked about a need to reinvent the industry, but they still see a long fossil future.