An anonymous whistleblower has provided evidence that BP was warned in advance about the safety risks of attempting to cover up its leaking oil.
The pipeline apologists contradict the laws of physics and economics. There are no more mixed messages, just catastrophe after catastrophe.
Greenpeace explains why the petro-giant’s Arctic adventure is an environmental disaster waiting to happen.
A short video that clearly states the simple truth
After repeatedly failing to overturn the $19 billion judgment for destroying rain forest, Chevron is now trying to hide its vast wealth in international subsidiaries.
If we don’t shut down the Alberta Tar Sands, the world is cooked.
Northern Gateway plan: ship oil through an active earthquake zone
Join me at this important day of resistance, education, and alternatives in Toronto, November 17
You can’t believe anything Enbridge says
How can you tell when tars sands pipeline promoters are lying?
How the U.S. invasion and occupation of Iraq paved the way for Big Oil’s rise — and now for its possible fall
Leaked documents show that soldiers, militants and mercenaries receive millions from Shell, while impoverished local residents are routinely killed, tortured or expelled.
According to the CEO of Enbridge, yes we do!
Gas or bitumen or … (oops!)
McKibben is right to point to the fossil fuel industry as an enemy, but his argument is both too narrow and too broad. He ignores the role of the U.S. military, and fails to focus his fire on the dirtiest fuels.
How Canada’s Environment Minister earns his $230,000 salary
When Enbridge threatened to cancel a $5 million advertising campaign, the Vancouver Province immediately removed this satire from its website.
Why we can’t trust capitalism with the fate of the earth … 22,000 barrels spilled into sensitive muskeg, and the pipeline company didn’t notice!
To keep the fuel flowing, oil companies are radically increasing the potential for environmental catastrophe. The fight against extreme energy is also a fight against the very soul of an irrational system.
The largest anti-fracking demonstration yet confronted the state government in Sydney, Australia, on May 1. As many as 10,000 rural and urban activists marched to protect land and water from the Coal Seam Gas exploiters.