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An independent think tank producing data-driven analysis on how business and finance are impacting the climate crisis

Methane Platform

The Methane Platform is an interactive tool tracking corporate engagement on methane policy and regulations as they are proposed by governments, globally. Focusing on the two sectors producing the largest amount of anthropogenic methane emissions - the oil and gas sector and agricultural sector, the platform also identifies the most frequently used narratives put forward by industry in lobbying against methane policies.

Latest Reports

Fossil Fuels Climate Lobbying Update:
October 2022

November 2022

An overview of the corporate lobbying detected by InfluenceMap related to oil, fossil gas, and methane for the month of October 2022.

Corporate Climate Policy Footprint, 2022

November, 2022

The 2022 Climate Policy Footprint identifies the 25 most negative and influential corporations globally. It combines assessments from InfluenceMap’s recognized platform for assessing corporate climate policy engagement with indicators to the judge relative economic and political clout of each com...

The Consumer Products Sector and the EU's Circular Economy Policy for Products

October 2022

An Analysis of the Consumer Products Sector's Engagement on the EU's Ecodesign for Sustainable Products Regulation

InfluenceMap in the News

Big Oil's Real Agenda on Climate Change

27 March 2019

The oil majors have spent over $1Bn since Paris on narrative capture, climate branding, and lobbying on climate change.

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InfluenceMap testifies before Senate Democrats

29 October 2019

InfluenceMap Executive Director Dylan Tanner outlines how fossil fuel vested interests continue to hold back urgently needed US climate change policy.

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Climate Change Action Stymied by Australian Business Lobby

23 September 2020

The Minerals Council of Australia, the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the NSW Minerals Council named as the three organizations most responsible for undermining climate policy in Australia.

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Big Oil pledged to fight climate change, but do their actions line up?

24 September 2022

To prevent catastrophic global warming, international groups say there should be no new investment in fossil fuel projects.

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