News broke this week that the government has awarded 27 new oil and gas licences - the first tranche of the 100 licences it's been talking about awarding since late last year. Here we explain what this means for UK energy production and climate targets, and why this is politics, rather than policy.
A closer look at Equinor’s global projects exposes how Norway’s state-owned oil company continues to ignore climate science, Norway’s climate and nature commitments, and the Norwegian government's expectations of state-owned companies
Tell your MP to attend the Rosebank debate
This Wednesday, MPs will be debating a fossil fuel project that would breach the UK government’s own climate targets and cost the UK taxpayer billions - the Rosebank oil field.
5 Myths About Ending New Oil & Gas Licences and Permits
The UK Labour party has just announced a plan to end all new oil & gas production if it forms a government after the next election. Since the announcement, there's been an onslaught of misinformation and half-truths put forward by the oil & gas industry and several government ministers. Here are the facts.
Join the Wave of Resistance to #StopRosebank and all new oil and gas
Rosebank is a huge threat to our climate, our seas and our future. Join a tidal wave of resistance to #StopRosebank and all new oil & gas.
Revealed: Oil and gas companies are wreaking havoc on the UK’s seas
In Deep Water, a groundbreaking report by Oceana and Uplift, reveals the shocking extent of the damage to our seas caused by our dependence on fossil fuels — highlighting the urgent case for halting new offshore oil and gas extraction in UK waters.
Rosebank oil field would bust climate targets, according to new analysis
Allowing the development of the Rosebank oil field off the coast of Shetland would breach the UK’s climate targets, according to new analysis by Uplift.