Wells Fargo helps prop up everything from the gun industry to private prisons and fossil fuels. Will the scandal-ridden bank ever stop profiting off of injustice?
Some have said the Pilgrim Pipeline is dead. But it just hired three new lobbyists in New Jersey.
NYSERDA has give more than $23 million for natural gas projects, even after the 2014 ban on fracking in New York State
Bass Pro-Cabela’s is the one major gun retailer that still refuses to stop selling assault rifles. It also receives hundreds of millions in tax-payer subsidies and is backed by Goldman Sachs.
Despite a campus commitment to sustainability and a growing push for divestment, the University at Buffalo Foundation maintains investments in fracking-focused private equity funds.
Banks, investors, and retailers are profiting off the US gun industry. They may be good targets for organizers.
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy says he has a bold vision for the state’s environmental and energy future. But why are there so many fossil fuel ties in his transition?
Last year, we kicked off Map the Power to train and support power researchers across the US. Here’s an update on the project – and a preview of our work for 2018.
Obama cabinet member who touted fracking has joined the board of a company that funded climate change denial, fought the Clean Power Plan, and emits more carbon dioxide than all but two companies.
North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper just approved a crucial permit for the Atlantic Coast Pipeline. Then he hired one of the pipeline’s top lobbyists as his new Legislative Director.
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy has indicated that he wants to stand up to the fossil fuel industry. But will he shut down the PennEast Pipeline?
Nick Sinatra is a young developer who has quickly amassed a huge portfolio of buildings in Buffalo, driving waves of gentrification in the process. We looked at the billionaire investors behind his operation.
While New York State investigates divesting from fossil fuel interests, Lt Gov Kathy Hochul has tens of thousands of dollars invested in oil and coal companies, including ones currently being sued by New York State and New York City.