The clean energy transition isn't Big Oil's only problem. Oil and gas jobs have been disappearing for a long time.
Scott Stringer is leaning into the Green New Deal to consolidate support among the Big Apple’s political left.
The measure, part of a wave of legislation to crush demonstrations against new oil and gas infrastructure, will reach the governor’s desk Monday.
Marketing and advertising companies create slick campaigns to make the oil and gas industry look cleaner. Until they choose not to.
The Empire State’s pension fund is the largest to dump fossil fuel investments ― ever, in the entire world.
Solar and wind are more reliable in catastrophes –– and we need them to slow the worsening climate crisis.
Biden has pledged to rejoin the Paris climate accord and to invest $2 trillion to wean the country off planet-warming fossil fuels.
A pilot plant making steel from green energy and hydrogen instead of coal could have big consequences for an industry with one of the worst environmental footprints.
While Biden’s support for transitioning away from fossil fuels might drive GOP attack ads, Trump’s record with oil workers isn’t what it seems.
The lobbying giant raked in cash from both U.S. oil interests and Saudi Arabia, the nation that launched an oil war that sent fossil fuel prices tumbling.