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.
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?
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.
Our report on the power behind Bayou Bridge Pipeline reveals that former Senator Mary Landrieu has been working on behalf of Energy Transfer Partners as well as for a key regulator who has not yet approved the pipeline.
Last month we reported on an industry-backed study on Enbridge’s Line 3 pipeline released by the University of Minnesota Duluth. Now one UMD professor has resigned from the group that commissioned the study.
“Modernizing Minnesota” poses as a grassroots effort to promote the Line 3 pipeline. But it’s actually just a marketing scheme staged by a Houston-based fossil fuel lobbying firm.
The Duluth News Tribune has big undisclosed conflicts of interest in its coverage of Enbridge’s Line 3 pipeline.
California Governor Jerry Brown is sold to the public as a climate visionary. But is this the whole truth?
Our new report shows how the University of Minnesota Duluth produced a Line 3 pipeline study backed by the fossil fuel industry. But organizers have confronted similar studies before — and found ways to challenge them.
A pro-Atlantic Coast Pipeline op-ed was written by a Duke Energy-funded author. But the op-ed fails to disclose this.
Tony Ressler, the Los Angeles-based billionaire socialite and private equity boss, is a key force behind the controversial Pilgrim Pipeline.
Backers of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline cite a poll that shows support for it. But the poll results were bought and paid for by the oil and gas industry.