Vol 1. No. 6 – November 10, 2017 Welcome to the Friday Fossil Fuel Runoff, a weekly series from Eyes on the Ties highlighting the networks of power behind the week’s energy news. Here you’ll find oil and gas reporting from around the web with important context from the Public Accountability Initiative, including original research …
This week: more on industry capture of the EPA, southern California communities being poisoned by fossil fuels, some new and important reports that were released, and more.
This week: Trump EPA climate denial shenanigans, pipeline protest news, and more!
The fight against the Vietnam War was one of the biggest mass movements in US history. But few people know about the crucial role that researchers played in helping organizers to build a strong movement.
Vol. 1, No. 3 Welcome to Eyes on the Ties’ Friday Fossil Fuel Runoff! This weekly series highlights the power relationships behind recent developments in the oil and gas industry. We include links to the week’s stories in oil and gas news with important context from LittleSis, including power maps made by the LittleSis community …
Trump’s Nominee to the No. 3 Position in the Pentagon is a top Lockheed Martin executive — another victory for the military-industrial complex’s revolving door.
This week: EPA news, Pilgrim Pipeline resistance, conflicts around Enbridge’s Atlantic Bridge Gas Project, and more!
This week: Atlantic Coast Pipeline developments, big subsidies for fracking, government-led fossil fuel advocacy group head steps down, and more!
A pro-Atlantic Coast Pipeline op-ed was written by a Duke Energy-funded author. But the op-ed fails to disclose this.
The protest at Delaware North headquarters highlighted Jeremy Jacobs’ ties to ICE in Buffalo. But the Delaware North empire stretches far beyond western New York.
Oligrapher is a tool for visualizing networks of influence and power. Here is how you can get started using it.
A new poll supposedly shows support for pipeline expansion in the northeast. But the oil and gas industry-backed PR firm behind it hides findings that reveal most support renewable energy.