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To save the planet from catastrophic climate change, and win the war against belligerent petro-states, our best strategy boils down to the rapid deployment...

Coal

There’s nothing like the sound of tanks rolling down city streets and bombs dropping from the sky to shake people out of their lethargy....

Fossil Fuels

T&E briefing outlines how Europe could cut 35% of its transport oil demand. Russia is the 2nd biggest oil exporter in the world and...

Fossil Fuels

Despite five rounds of sanctions, the EU is still sending Putin $285m a day to feed its dependance on imported oil, writes T&E in...

Fossil Fuels

Oil majors cannot be trusted to put ethics before profit, says Transport & Environment: $100bn from Russia since Annexation of Crimea

Fossil Fuels

There is now a moral and energy security imperative to stop imports of Russian oil as quickly as possible. Here's how it can be...

Coal

European Council: As the world looks on in horror at Putin’s invasion of Ukraine, Europe faces its biggest crisis in decades. European leaders meeting...

Fossil Fuels

President Biden’s new ban on Russian oil is painful for Americans (especially those who are driving gas-powered vehicles), yet it is good for humanity...

Fossil Fuels

T&E’s analysis of imports, dependency, trade value, ports and pipelines. Transport is the largest consumer of oil in the EU, and the EU is...

Fossil Fuels

Analysis shows Russian oil embargo possible, but Europe should not swap one despot for another. Europe is giving Putin $285 million a day to...

Fossil Fuels

NGOs also demand the country of origin for oil be made clear at petrol stations. The European Union should embargo all oil and gas...

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