Dozens of official and unofficial side events were organised by polluting companies or fossil fuel lobby groups at COP26. But were they offering 'solutions' or was it all greenwash? Our short film explores corporate COP.
The Ferret has revealed over 1,000 lobbyists from fossil fuel companies, big business and nuclear power companies are registered to attend COP26. West Papuan campaigner Raki Ap explains the human cost.
Nearly 1,000 representatives from the fossil fuel industry, big business and nuclear power companies have registered to attend the COP26 climate summit in Glasgow, according to an analysis by The Ferret.
Senior executives from BP and other big oil companies are addressing a series of meetings at the heart of the COP26 climate summit in Glasgow.
As many as 43 members of the House of Lords have investments totalling millions of pounds and senior roles in oil and gas companies.
Top-level officials from the European Commission have held 568 meetings with big oil lobbyists since 2015, according to a new study.
Lothian Pension Fund’s investments in fossil fuels has increased by £64 million - almost 40 per cent - since last year, according to new research.
The main COP26 youth conference is under fire for accepting sponsorship from a firm which provides engineering services to the oil and gas industry and previously constructed and maintained Guantanamo Bay.
Three of the senior executives who run the UK government authority that licenses new North Sea developments have shares worth over £225,000 in the oil industry.