30.05.2024 • Foreign influence?

The Koch-funded Atlas Network is also targeting Europe

The influence of the Atlas Network – a web of libertarian and ultraconservative think tanks funded by billionaires such as the Kochs – has been well documented in the US, the UK, and more recently Argentina following the election of Javier Milei. Its growing presence in the EU has been less examined. But the next EU elections could deliver a political landscape even more favourable to their ideas. This article takes a look at some of the Atlas Network’s partners in Brussels and their activities.

  • 11.12.2023 • Fossil Fuels

    TotalEnergies: This is what a total phaseout looks like

    New report by 350.org and the Multinationals Observatory outlines how to reclaim control over the fossil fuel industry. Using TotalEnergies as a case study, the report “TotalEnergies: This is what a total phaseout looks like” calls on policymakers to dare to imagine a shut down of the fossil fuel industry, and puts forward concrete pathways to make it happen.

  • 07.11.2023 • Climate versus arms industry

    Critical raw materials for whom?

    The EU Critical Raw Materials Act, or CRMA, is in the final stages of its adoption. While it is framed as the European law to secure our green and digital transitions, a new report, “Blood on the Green Deal” published today by two lobby watchdogs, the Observatoire des Multinationales in Paris and Corporate Europe Observatory in Brussels, questions those green credentials.

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