Tag: fossil fuels
BiFab’s transition from oil-based fabrication to wind illustrates how those skills can be employed in developing a low carbon economy.
Through the combination of the defiance of an occupying workforce and a vision of a green industrial strategy, the prospect of democratic resistance is possible.
At 9:15am on Friday 21 October 1966, a colliery spoil tip collapsed, and slid down the mountainside onto the mining village of Aberfan in South Wales.
What lies at the deadly intersection of further imperialist carbon wars and the inexorable threat of catastrophic climate change?
Ewa Barker reports on the continuing fight against fracking in Lancashire.
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.
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.
400 workers are currently taking part in the first strike in 30 years on North Sea oil rigs. Brian Parkin reports Since the downward oil price...
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.