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Big Oil Hits Cash Gusher While Consumers Take Hit

Expert BlogUnited StatesJosh Axelrod, Sujatha Bergen
Six of the biggest oil companies with operations in the U.S. raked in nearly $50 billion dollars in just three months, according to a new set of earnings reports.

Public Lands on Offer to Polluters Again

Expert BlogUnited StatesJosh Axelrod

Amid escalating climate chaos, the Biden administration holds its first onshore oil and gas lease sales since taking office this week.

Every Offshore Drilling Disaster Started with a Lease Sale

Expert BlogUnited StatesLauren Kubiak, Valerie Cleland

The Biden Administration recently began to move forward with an offshore lease sale that will hand millions of acres of public ocean over to the oil and gas industry, allowing them to make investments that will lock in our use…

Progressive Caucus Presses for End to Fossil Fuel Subsidies

Expert BlogUnited StatesSujatha Bergen, Anne Hawke

As Congress drafts reconciliation legislation, leaders of the Congressional Progressive Caucus (CPC) pressed leaders of the U.S. House of Representatives for an end to major fossil fuel subsidies that fuel pollution in communities across the country.

Environmental CEOs Call for End to Fossil Fuel Subsidies

Expert BlogUnited StatesSujatha Bergen, Susan Casey-Lefkowitz

The drumbeat to end subsidies to the fossil fuel industry continued today as the CEOs of eighteen national environmental organizations, including NRDC, called for adoption of President Biden’s plan to cut $121 billion in subsidies to the fossil fuel industry.