Off Track is a recent report from Oil Change International on the future of Oil investments, as things stand, and why what is happening is so wrong.
How the International Energy Agency Guides Energy Decisions towards Fossil Fuel Dependence and Climate Change
In Friday’s edition of Amusing Ourselves to Death, Real Media flagged the BP switch to Manchester for their upcoming Shareholder Meeting.
We hope there will be some interest in the proposed Share Action workshop in Manchester the first week of May.
The more locals state their opposition to fracking at the BP AGM the more people will know about the dangers.
If someone from a fracked community in the United States comes to Manchester to point out the immediate impact of BP’s projects, it will be great opportunity for dialogue between communities that might otherwise not get the chance to learn from each other.
It turns out that BP’s fracking in New Mexico is taking place on sacred tribal land.
CHACO CANYON, N.M. -- Kyle Tisdel and Samantha Ruscavage-Barz sift through rocks beside a dusty road in New Mexico's high desert, searching for remnants of life a thousand years past. With the nearest meager town of Cuba an hour away, they're off the beaten path by any standard. But to them, these dirt roads surrounding Chaco Canyon are the front lines of a monumental battle pitting ancient Pueblo culture against the modern world's thirst for oil.
Who will pray for Lancashire outside the BP AGM on May 21st 2018?