Keep Big Oil Out Of Public Science

By Alice Procter, Tribune Magazine. -

It feels so tired to be going through another museum sponsorship drama. Accepting money from a fossil fuel company? In this climate? How quaint. We’ve had this conversation before; we know that [...]

For The First Time, Big Oil Is Held Liable For Climate Change

By Paola Rosa-Aquino, New York Magazine. -

A Dutch court on Wednesday ruled Royal Dutch Shell must dramatically reduce its carbon emissions because of its contributions to climate change, the first time a fossil-fuel company has been held [...]

Scientists disrupt opening day of Shell-sponsored ‘Our Future Planet’

By Staff, Extinction Rebellion -

At 10:30 AM on Wednesday 19th May, a group of scientists from Extinction Rebellion locked themselves to a mechanical tree in the Science Museum, the centerpiece of the Shell sponsored Our Future [...]

Ditch Shell

By Scientists for Extinction Rebellion, The Ecologist. -

As a community of scientists working across many different disciplines, we are passionate about passing on the wonders of science to future generations. Many of us were inspired as children by [...]

Court Orders Shell To Pay Nigerian Farmers Over Oil Spills

By Al Jazeera. -

A Dutch court has ordered the Nigerian subsidiary of Shell to pay compensation over oil spills in Nigeria’s Niger Delta, a ruling which could pave the way for more cases against multinational oil [...]

South Pasadena Sues Dow Chemical And Shell Oil

By Scott Schwebke and Steve Scauzillo, Pasadena Star News. -

The city of South Pasadena is suing The Dow Chemical Co. and Shell Oil Co., alleging that for more than four decades both firms  willfully manufactured a pesticide containing a cancer-causing [...]

Shell To Pay Up For Contaminating Groundwater In California

By Ruth Milka, -

Shell Oil Company was ordered this week to pay $63 million in damages for polluting groundwater in the city of Atwater, California. A jury this week found the corporation liable in the four-month [...]

Nigerian Villagers Will Take On Shell In Supreme Court Show-Down

By Phil Miller, -

TENS of thousands of Nigerian farmers and fishermen have been granted permission to challenge oil giant Shell at the supreme court in London. Villagers from the Niger Delta’s Bille and Ogale [...]

Shell Oil Executive Boasts That His Company Influenced The Paris Agreement

By Kate Aronoff, -

The executive, Shell’s Chief Climate Change Adviser David Hone, made his comments at the international climate change conference COP 24 on Friday. Hone was candid about just how much of a hand [...]

California City Wins $22 Million Against Shell Oil Over Toxic Drinking Water

By Andrea Castillo, -

By Andrea Castillo for McClatchy DC - The city of Clovis won its more than three-month-long civil trial against chemical manufacturing giant Shell Oil Co. over the cleanup of a toxic chemical [...]

Mosquito Fleet Escalates Water-Based Protests Against Shell

By Kit O'Connell, -

By Kit O'Connell for Mint Press News - ANACORTES, Washington — After years of marches and land-based blockades, environmental activists are now taking to the seas to stop the growth of the fossil [...]

Did Shell’s Failure To Disclose Climate Risks Break The Law?

By David Hasemyer, -

By David Hasemyer for Inside Climate News - Three members of Congress have asked the Securities and Exchange Commission to investigate whether Shell Oil Co. violated securities laws by failing to [...]

Bye Bye To Shell’s Polar Pioneer

By John Servais, -

By John Servais for Northwest Citizen. Merry Christmas and Seasons' Greetings. The Grinch has left the building. We can all breath a bit easier. The huge Shell Oil floating drill platform is - [...]

Shell Scraps Alberta Tar Sands Project

By Staff, -

By Staff of CTV News - CALGARY -- Royal Dutch Shell is scrapping its Carmon Creek oils ands project in northwestern Alberta, citing a lack of pipelines to coastal waters as one reason for the [...]

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