For years, the giant oil companies looked unshakeable. But over 10 surprising days in May, Exxon, Chevron and Shell lost a string of major battles that could finally force them to take climate change seriously.
Five tough questions about Greenpeace’s campaign - answered by an expert.
The government's new wave of oil and gas licences keeps us tied to a declining industry. Offshore workers deserve better.
The government wants to be a global climate leader. So why is it still granting licenses to climate-wrecking oil and gas projects in the North Sea?
Campaigners urge Energy Minister to end new licensing and back a smooth transition to renewables
Campaigners criticised Shell's failure to cut oil production and its over-reliance on tree-planting
North Sea oil and gas firms’ flaring and venting released nearly 20m tonnes of CO2e from 2015-19.
12 iconic photos from a year of disruptions - and the struggle to protect our future
Denmark will cancel all future licensing rounds for new oil and gas in the Danish part of the North Sea and end existing production by 2050.
Times are hard for offshore oil and gas workers, and many are looking for a way out of the industry. These skilled workers could build our renewable energy future. So why aren’t they getting the help they need?