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BOSTON— Just one week before countries descend on Marrakech for the negotiations of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), a new infographic by Corporate Accountability International reveals the true extent of the fossil fuel industry’s access to, and influence over, the talks.

People across the Global South organized to Kick Big Polluters Out.

All over the world people are getting to the root of the problem when it comes to climate change: the fossil fuel industry and other big polluters. And they are demanding change.

Graphic shows the connections between the fossil fuel industry and policy-making bodies at UN climate talks.

These ties present an irreconcilable conflict of interest and bolster a movement among governments and civil society groups to develop a policy within the UNFCCC to protect from such conflicts.

A visual illustration of the myriad routes of access some of the world’s largest fossil fuel corporations have to the ...

Environmental Rights Action/Friends of the Earth, Nigeria tells Chevron to stop manipulating climate talks. Photo: Corporate Accountability International

To ensure the clean energy transition is indeed just and equitable, however, we must first protect climate policy from the influence of big polluters.

Please see International Policy Director Tamar Lawrence-Samuel’s statement below: “Many governments have shown their commitment to the Paris Agreement through ...

More than half a million people from around the world joined our action last December to expose the role the industry has played in blocking meaningful climate action. Governments around the world took notice.

In response to the Securities and Exchange Commission announcing an investigation into ExxonMobil’s accounting practices and assets valuing, especially with ...

My name is Jesse Bragg and I’m with Corporate Accountability International– a human rights NGO that, for more than 20 ...

ExxonMobil has known about climate change since the 1970s.

It’s time to demand ExxonMobil be held responsible. If you live in one of the 10 target states, please join me and call on your Attorney General to investigate ExxonMobil.