Tag: Fossil fuels
Oil Firms Spend Millions on Climate Lobbying
Spending to delay, control or block policies to tackle climate change.
Interview — Growing food or fuel on our land?
Re-storying 1: What does ‘re-storying’ mean?
Re-storying 4: From shaping awareness to inspiring action
Re-storying 5: Giving life to other actions…building a community of purpose
Winning the Fight Against Fossil Fuels in New York (And What’s Next)
Shaping the future of energy in Europe: Clean, smart and renewable
Changing Climate and Human Bioturbation
Environmental humanist Serpil Oppermann looks at fiction of human bioturbation and unpacks what we are beginning to understand about the risks involved in changing subterranean environments as we extract resources ever more aggressively.
Get Facts and Figures on the fossil fuel (2015)
Smoke and Fumes
The Legal and Evidentiary Basis for Holding Big Oil Accountable for the Climate Crisis
What is petroculture?
The products and by-products of petroleum can be found throughout our societies, in objects we encounter every day, the byways and highways we navigate between home and work or school, even in our own bodies. Environmental humanities scholar Stephanie LeMenager elaborates the concept of
US oil consumption vs. production
A comparison of domestic production and consumption reveals that U.S. states are drastically out of kilter with only a handful pumping out a significant amount of fuel for national consumption