Why are BP, Shell, and Exxon suddenly backing off their climate promises?
As oil giants rake in record-breaking profits, they have begun tapping the breaks on much-publicized initiatives.
‘This is absurd’: Train cars that derailed in Ohio were labeled non-hazardous
Ohio governor calls on Congress to investigate how that could happen.
Global corporations’ climate pledges are ‘misleading,’ not credible
Independent analysis finds major flaws with 24 companies’ “net-zero” promises.
Documents show how a pipeline company paid Minnesota millions to police protests
From riot gear to PR to Dairy Queen, records detail every expense Enbridge reimbursed after the Line 3 protests.
How Big Tech rewrote the nation’s first cell phone repair law
Documents reveal tech lobbyists revised a right-to-repair bill before New York's governor signed it.
How the Supreme Court could finally force Big Oil to face trial
Dozens of cities and states sued oil giants for deceiving the public. The Supreme Court could soon break these cases out of limbo.
Cleaning up ‘forever chemicals’ is costly and messy — just ask this Wisconsin town
"It's happening all over the country."
As fracking increases in Texas, city leaders avoid scrutiny
With demand for natural gas surging during the Russia-Ukraine war, Texans say their homes are on the frontlines of new drilling.
Utilities use customer dollars to pay for their lobbying. Here’s how lawmakers can stop it.
A report outlines a strategy to rein in corruption and carbon emissions from utilities.
Brazil’s new president faces ‘scorched earth scenario’ left behind by Bolsonaro
For environmental protections in Brazil, a long rebuilding process lies ahead.