Rachel Rose Jackson, the director of climate research and policy at Corporate Accountability, on the West Virginia v. EPA ruling.

Rachel Rose Jackson, director of climate research & policy at Corporate Accountability during the Bonn Climate Change Conference.

Exxon's plan to reach 'net zero' makes a mockery of the lives at stake, and is a reminder of why we must hold Big Polluters liable.

At most every climate conference, including this year’s in Glasgow, world leaders talk a big game, but then fail to deliver a final agreement that can actually ward off catastrophic levels of global warming.

(Español abajo) GLASGOW — On the last scheduled day of COP26, against the backdrop of civil society protests and unmitigated ...

Research from Corporate Accountability and Global Witness found that 503 people with fossil fuel industry ties had been accredited for COP26.