5 Ways Norway Leads and Canada Lags on Climate Action

View article in its entirety at The Conversation. — Author: Bruce Campbell As major oil and gas producers and exporters, Norway and Canada share a particular responsibility for confronting the planet’s existential climate threat. However, their different political, economic and cultural features have resulted in major differences in their climate policy track records. Overall, Norway is a … Continue reading 5 Ways Norway Leads and Canada Lags on Climate Action

New Jersey Should Sue Fossil Fuel Companies Over Climate Costs, Panel Says

View article in its entirety at the Desmog.— Author: Dana Drugmand Advocates for holding fossil fuel companies accountable in court for the substantial costs of climate change are urging New Jersey to sue oil majors like ExxonMobil, as over a dozen municipal and state governments have done over the past three years. A month after a New … Continue reading New Jersey Should Sue Fossil Fuel Companies Over Climate Costs, Panel Says

Exxon Now Wants to Write the Rules for Regulating Methane Emissions

View article in its entirety at DeSmog. — Author: Justin Mikulka ExxonMobil is a company capable of contradictions. It has been lobbying against government efforts to address climate change while running ads touting its own efforts to do so. And while the oil giant has been responsible for massive methane releases, Exxon has now proposed a new regulatory … Continue reading Exxon Now Wants to Write the Rules for Regulating Methane Emissions