Oil Change International

U.S. Taxpayers Lay Out $20 Billion in Dirty Energy Subsidies Every Single Year

Millions of Americans may be struggling to pay routine household bills, but still U.S. taxpayers are handing out a whopping $20 billion in fossil fuel subsidies a year.

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After Harvey Comes 'Life-Threatening' Hurricane Irma

[Update: As of September 5, 2017, 1:45 PM EDT, Hurricane Irma is a Category 5 storm.]

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The Reclusive Climate Denying Puppet-Master Behind Trump

When Donald Trump promised to drain the swamp, many of his supporters hoped he would take on the political and media establishment and radically shake them both up.

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Trump Purges Climate Change From White House Website

As the Trump Administration descended into a farce of "alternative facts" on Sunday to try and argue that there had been historic numbers at the new President’s inauguration, it is quite clear “alternative” and blatently bogus facts, will be used on energy and climate too.

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Renewable Energy Soars to Record-Breaking Levels Across the Globe

The renewable revolution is gathering apace according to new research. Last year was an “extraordinary” record year for the sector, with “the largest global capacity additions seen to date.”

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New Climate Research Predicts Looming 'Disaster for Many Low-Lying Cities'

It is no longer a question of “if” the unthinkable happens, but a question of “when”. And the “when” could happen sooner than you think.

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Cashing In On Carbon: How Taxpayer Dollars Greenwash Dirty Energy

The dirt roads of Penwell, Texas, criss cross overgrown lots littered with the detritus of a bygone oil boom that petered out in the 1940s. But as early as next summer, this ghost town 16 miles southwest of Odessa will become the site of a new coal power plant facility––funded in large part by taxpayers––that could play a major role in not only helping prolong the life of a dying coal industry, but in fueling an oil boom that’s just getting started in the Permian Basin region of West Texas.

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