President Biden’s National Infrastructure Advisory Council that recommends water privatization has ties to private water giant, Veolia and water privatizers that stand to profit off of its recommendations.
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In Pennsylvania, healthcare profiteers top the list of the most aggressive spenders on lobbying in the state. In 2022, nearly $30 million was spent on direct healthcare lobbying, about $11 million was spent on Medicare and Medicaid, and over $13 million was spent on insurance lobbying. Together, that’s more than the total lobbying spending on energy, the state budget, and education combined.
Insurance companies underwrite and finance the oil, gas and coal companies that are driving climate chaos
Private equity firms plow billions into fossil fuel operations in their ruthless quest for profits.
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Pennsylvania is a key focus for the oil and gas industry. In fact, at least $1.8 million was spent in 2022 and the American Petroleum Institute reports spending more money on lobbying in Pennsylvania than in any other state last year.
University trustee seats greenwash oil companies while casting doubt on higher ed climate commitments.
ConocoPhillips and its investors have an army of politicians and lobbyists behind the Willow project.
UChicago invests in Shell, BP, Dakota Access Pipeline’s Energy Transfer, and Texas far-right oil bllionaire Tim Dunn.
The 1968 pamphlet “Who Rules Columbia?” is a model for organizers and researchers trying to map out university power today.
A handful of powerful asset managers control a huge chunk of the fossil fuel industry through massive shareholding.
Left: The Cathedral of Learning at the University of Pittsburgh; Right: Fracking Infrastructure in Washington County Pennsylvania via Flickr In early October 2022, the University of Pittsburgh (Pitt) made the controversial decision to drop out of a public forum where it was slated to discuss the progress of its ongoing studies on fracking and its …