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Institutional Investors Are Running Away From Big Oil, & Towards The “Safe Haven” Of Clean Tech

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The global transition from fossil fuels to clean energy isn’t going to happen because it’s the best choice for human health and the environment. Observing the way humans have responded to the current pandemic should put to rest any delusions about our propensity to “do the right thing.” ...

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Institutional Investors Are Running Away From Big Oil, & Towards The “Safe Haven” Of Clean Tech

Institutional Investors Are Running Away From Big Oil, & Towards The “Safe Haven” Of Clean Tech

The global transition from fossil fuels to clean energy isn’t going to happen because it’s the best choice for human health and the environment. Observing the way humans have responded to ...

Despite talk of cleaner strategy, Big Oil sticks to business as usual

Despite talk of cleaner strategy, Big Oil sticks to business as usual

The largest integrated oil companies talk a big game on climate, but investors and campaigners say the industry is moving far too slowly to cut emissions — and retain its own relevance.

The Reason Fossil Fuel Companies Are Finally Reckoning with Climate Change

The Reason Fossil Fuel Companies Are Finally Reckoning with Climate Change

Protesters have swarmed Shell's headquarters in recent years

How Google, Microsoft, and Big Tech Are Automating the Climate Crisis

How Google, Microsoft, and Big Tech Are Automating the Climate Crisis

Why are the biggest and most influential tech companies making deals with oil companies that exacerbate one of the biggest threats to human civilisation?

Exxon's market value has crumbled by $184 billion

Exxon's market value has crumbled by $184 billion

ExxonMobil used to have bragging rights as the world's most valuable public company. Now, America's largest oil company is in steady decline.

Coronavirus stimulus money will be wasted on fossil fuels

Coronavirus stimulus money will be wasted on fossil fuels

Oil and gas companies were already facing structural problems before Covid-19 and are in long-term decline.

Biden Could Reduce the Nation’s Production of Oil and Gas, but Probably Not as Much as Many Hope

Biden Could Reduce the Nation’s Production of Oil and Gas, but Probably Not as Much as Many Hope

This year’s election might seem to present an existential moment for the nation’s oil and gas industry. One candidate says he would phase out fossil fuels to address a climate crisis while ...

Foretelling the Future of Oil

Foretelling the Future of Oil

No one knows for certain how the oil industry will fare in decades to come, but few issues are more important to geopolitics and the planet’s climate.

Oil is the New Data

Oil is the New Data

An eyewitness report from the front lines of a frightening new friendship.

Falling oil prices breathe new life into an old idea: Nationalize the industry

Falling oil prices breathe new life into an old idea: Nationalize the industry

As Big Oil wobbles, is now the time to remove it as an obstacle to climate action once and for all?

U.S. Government Knew Climate Risks in 1970s, Energy Advisory Group Documents Show

U.S. Government Knew Climate Risks in 1970s, Energy Advisory Group Documents Show

The National Petroleum Council, advisory group to the federal government, understood climate change decades ago, but worked to downplay fossil fuels' role.

Rockefeller heirs to Big Oil find dumping fossil fuels improved bottom line

Rockefeller heirs to Big Oil find dumping fossil fuels improved bottom line

The philanthropic scions of Big Oil have done well by doing good. Since their surprise decision in 2014 to sell off investments in fossil fuels, the heirs to the Rockefeller oil fortune ...

Oil firms were confronting climate risks. Then the virus hit

Oil firms were confronting climate risks. Then the virus hit

Before the coronavirus, oil companies were busy establishing commitments to address climate change. New goals were released regularly.

How an oil producer wants to make climate change its business

How an oil producer wants to make climate change its business

The Norwegian company that’s investing in renewable energy and doesn’t even want to be called an oil company.

Climate and Coronavirus Dominate Oil Industry’s Biggest Summit

Climate and Coronavirus Dominate Oil Industry’s Biggest Summit

(Bloomberg) -- Two dark clouds loomed over the oil industry’s biggest gathering of traders and producers this year: climate change and the coronavirus.Last year, protesters glued their ...