The world of hydrocarbons is still driven by the same speculative greed and climate crisis disregard as ever.
We republish eyewitness accounts from activists from New York who were at Standing Rock this weekend.
Brian Parkin unravels the web of stupidity, dogma, secrecy and privatisation failure that has resulted in Theresa May consenting to the Hinkley Point C nuclear station.
As offshore workers on oil rigs operated the Wood Group continue their 48 hour strike, Brian Parkin puts the strike in the context of the wider crisis facing the oil industry.
Ian Allinson gives a second update on Unite Policy Conference which took major decisions on migration, industrial strategy, backing Jeremy Corbyn and mandatory re-selection of MPs, fracking and climate change.
Pete Cannell and Brian Parkin discuss how the oil price crisis is leading to tens of thousands of jobs losses in Scotland, and what we could do about it.
On Sunday 31 January, groups gathered in over 30 towns and cities across the UK to show their opposition to fracking.
Joe Sabatini dissects the neoliberal mindset behind the Paris talks in December and what the COP21 Agreement means for saving the planet.
What Paris made clear is that now is the time to draw lines as the wider climate movement cannot fulfil its own agenda.
"Climate change and air pollution from Heathrow are killing people now, and the government's response is to spend millions making the problem bigger."