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CO2 Pipeline CCS Satartia Investigation: Background Materials and Bibliography

<<UNDER CONSTRUCTION, CHECK BACK FOR UPDATES AND ADDITIONS>> CO2 Pipelines Build-Out Greig, Chris, and Andrew Pascale. “Princeton’s Net-Zero America Study Annex 1: CO2 Transport and Storage Infrastructure Transition Analysis.” Andlinger Center for Energy and the

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CO2 Pipelines and Carbon Capture: The Satartia Mississippi Accident Investigation

Track our ongoing public records investigation here Search a bibliography of reference material from our research here Excerpts from The Gassing of Satartia: A Massive Buildout A Small Town Becomes a Guinea Pig for a

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NPR and Mother Jones coverage of CIC research: Gas vs Electrification

National Public Radio just broadcast a two part series on All Things Considered by Jeff Brady and Dan Charles illuminating some of our research: Mother Jones‘ Rebecca Leber did an epic piece a couple weeks

Renewable Natural Gas

The natural gas industry promotes Renewable Natural Gas (RNG) as its answer to a growing call for building electrification and ordinances prohibiting natural gas in new construction. RNG, which is the rebranding of biomethane, is

Global Climate Coalition

Global Climate Coalition: Climate Denial Legacy Follows Corporations

As corporations are increasingly being held accountable for deception of shareholders and the public on climate risk, as authors and journalists explore this history, and as lawmakers investigate it, Climate Investigations Center embarked on a

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Energy and Corporate Trade Associations Spend $1.4 Billion on PR Campaigns

How much money have the fossil fuel industry’s powerful trade association allies spent to convince the American public that its products are beneficial and necessary – and to stymie progress on climate change that could

CCS Carbon Capture Storage

Carbon Capture: Expensive Pipe Dream or “Holy Grail”?

Today, carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) technology is touted by proponents as a way to continue burning fossil fuels in a carbon constrained economy.  However, two recent reports bring into question the feasibility of CCS

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ALEC Lost Membership Worth Over $7 Trillion in Market Cap

The American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC), a conservative nonprofit whose membership includes state legislators, corporations, and think tanks, is holding it’s 2018 States and Nation Policy Summit in Washington, DC this week. ALEC has been called

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Climate Lawsuits in Baltimore and Rhode Island & New Climate Files Documents

Since Climate Investigation Center’s last climate liability update there have been multiple developments, some favorable to plaintiffs, others less so. As the legal battles progress, CIC continues to uncover and curate primary documents on its Climate

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Climate Files Update: Shell, Exxon, and Early Denial

Document Updates As climate change impacts grow more serious everyday, documents housed on Climate Files preserve the crucial history of who knew what, when they knew it, and what they did next. Recently released documents