The oil companies have successfully transferred blame for their actions to us. It is time to fight back.
Shell is not the green saviour it claims to be, but a planetary death machine
It’s a simple choice: stop all fossil fuel prospecting, or break the Paris agreement on climate change.
Oil, the industry that threatens us with destruction, is being bailed out with public money
How our governments’ crashing contradictions destroy their climate policies.
Buried in the Infrastructure Bill is an astonishing and hitherto-unnoticed contradiction.
Could fracking prevent climate change denial?
Promoting extractive industries is seen by politicians as a proper, manly pursuit, even if it makes no sense.
The rich world is causing the famines it claims to be preventing.
We were wrong about peak oil: there’s enough in the ground to deep-fry the planet.
Should wider sanctions be imposed on Syria?
To prevent climate breakdown, we need to declare most of the fossil fuels in the earth’s crust off-limits.
Why was the Labour government telling two different stories about peak oil?
Why western governments won’t support democracy in Saudi Arabia.
Why are we still prospecting for oil when we can’t afford to use existing reserves?
The companies now threatening to sue BP have only themselves to blame.
The oil industry’s decommissioning costs will dwarf those of nuclear power. The money being made now should be put aside to meet them.
It’s probably too late to prepare for peak oil, but we can at least try to salvage food production.
Why does the government refuse to make contingency plans for peak oil?
I grill the chief executive of Shell in the fourth of my aggressive interviews with policy makers.