In their letter, the groups detailed a number of harmful effects the war in Ukraine has had on the planet in its first 14 months, including the sabotage of the Nord Stream 1 and 2 pipelines.
Tag: carbon emissions
Report: Exploiting Ukraine War for LNG Expansion
In an investigation targeting the “shock doctrine” practices of the gas industry, Greenpeace is calling on policymakers in both the U.S. and EU to move away from expanding LNG infrastructure before it’s too late.
The Pentagon’s Massive Intelligence Failure on China
Michael T. Klare says China’s CO2 emissions is the real threat to U.S. security, a point absent from the latest Pentagon report.
COP27: Oxfam Sizes Up a Single Billionaire’s Investment Emissions
As the U.N. annual climate gathering is underway in Egypt, Oxfam spotlights the role of big corporates and their rich investors in driving the global climate crisis.
Biden’s Disastrous LNG Export Goal
An environmental watchdog group assesses the climate damage implied by the White House’s plan to send billions of cubic meters of fracked gas to Europe annually until 2030.
New Year’s Day 2050
The international community will, by mid-century, need to find new forms of collaboration to contain the damage wrought by climate catastrophe, writes Alfred W. McCoy.
COP26: How to Pay the Rich Nations’ Climate Debt
These funds exist, says Léonce Ndikumana. They can be found where multinationals and multi-millionaires are hiding them.
The Climate Stat We Can’t Afford to Overlook: CEO Pay
If top U.S. corporate execs are still pocketing jackpots a decade from now, our environment has no shot, writes Sam Pizzigati.
Vijay Prashad: Trees Have No Voice
Ecosystems have degraded at an alarming rate; here’s what can be done.
There’s Still No ‘Green New Deal’ Bill in Congress
Today there’s no climate bill to vote on, there’s no bill in the pipeline and it is unlikely that there will be one soon, warns Arn Menconi.