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.
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 …
Liberty Mutual director Annette Verschuren governs & profits from one of Canada’s biggest tar sands producers – a huge climate conflict for the insurance giant.
A new astroturf “coalition” that’s pushing fossil fuels in New York State is backed by a slew of major oil and gas companies.
A war propagandist from the Bush administration and well-connected Albany lobbyists are working to extract $1.4 billion in subsidies from New Yorkers.
The Newsom administration’s decisions have repeatedly benefited the energy clients of the firm of his close lobbyist friend Jason Kinney.
NRG has paid an army of powerful lobbyists hundreds of thousands of dollars to push a proposed fracked-gas plant against community opposition.
A quarter of Biden’s energy transition team – including team head Arun Majumdar – have close ties to Ernest Moniz and the energy industry.
Colleges and universities are good at hiding what specific industries and corporations they invest in, but here are some ways that divestment campaigns can find out this information.
Amidst an global economic crisis and multiple management controversies, Terry and Kim Pegula, launched a new fracking venture that has drawn investment from – and a board seat for – the pro-fracking former Governor of Pennsylvania.