Top Wall Street leaders who profit off of everything from fossil fuels to widespread austerity are set to hobnob with Mike Pence at a major financial conference.
The fossil fuel industry is already pouring money into the Trump 2020 campaign. But some Democrats are also taking oil and gas donations.
Nelson Peltz spurns the Fair Food Program, which ensures better wages and working conditions for farmworkers, even as he oversees billions in worker pension funds.
U.S. Senator and 2020 presidential candidate Amy Klobuchar has returned $5,600 in donations to an Enbridge donor after PAI revealed the campaign contributions.
Enbridge-affiliated donors have given to two 2020 candidates: Donald Trump and Amy Klobuchar.
Despite its denials, Enbridge’s Line 3 public relations strategy comes straight out of the fossil fuel industry’s astroturf playbook.
Several Virginia state legislators have pushed hard to advance the Atlantic Coast Pipeline. They also own hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of stock in the pipeline’s owners.
The New York League of Conservation Voters has a host of board members who are actively working to advance the most controversial fossil fuel projects in New York State.
The fossil fuel industry is mobilizing behind an industry-friendly carbon tax proposal to try to slow the momentum of demands around bold climate action.
Ed Cox is joining the Trump 2020 campaign to help re-elect a president who has declared war on the climate. He also personally profits from the fossil fuel industry. And yet, he remains the chairman of the NY League of Conservation Voters Education Fund.
Some of the biggest oil, gas, and utilities companies in the U.S. paid no federal income taxes last year – and they even received billions in tax rebates.
Corporate backers of an upcoming gala honoring far-right Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro are facing growing scrutiny. Will they pull their sponsorship?