Watts, Jonathan (2021) Oil firm bosses' pay 'incentivises them to undermine climate action' The Guardian, 15 April.
Kenner, Dario, & Richard Heede (2021) White Knights, or Horsemen of the Apocalypse? Prospects for Big Oil to align emissions with a 1.5°C pathway, Energy Research & Social Science, online 15 April.
Heede, Richard (2019)
It's time to rein in the fossil fuel giants before their greed chokes the planet, Commentary, The Guardian
, 8 October, https://theguardian.co.uk/
Climate Accountability Institute Press Release
on Carbon Majors Update, 1965-2017, 9 October, 2019.
Heede, Richard (2019) Carbon Majors: Updating activity data, adding entities, & calculating emissions: A Training Manual, Climate Accountability Institute, Snowmass, Colorado, September, 56 pp.
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Licker, Rachel, Brenda Ekwurzel, Scott C. Doney, Sarah R. Cooley, Ivan D. Lima, Richard Heede, & Peter C. Frumhoff (in review) Attributing ocean acidification to major carbon producers, Environmental Research Letters; forthcoming.
Heede, Richard (2018) Die "Carbon Majors" Zum Anteil der Produzenten von fossilen Brennstoffen und Zement an den anthropogenen Emissionen von Kohlendioxid und Methan 1854-2010, Zeitschrift Marxistische Erneuerung, vol. 114:17-31, June.
Ekwurzel, B., J. Boneham, M.W. Dalton, R. Heede, R.J. Mera, M.R. Allen, & P.C. Frumhoff (2017) The rise in global atmospheric CO2, surface temperature and sea level from emissions traced to major carbon producers, Climatic Change, online.
Friends of the Earth International (2004) Exxon's Climate Footprint: the contribution of Exxon-Mobil to climate change since 1882, London, 16 pp.
Heede, Richard (2003) ExxonMobil Corporation: Emissions Inventory 1882-2002: Methods & Results, Climate Mitigation Services, Snowmass, Colorado, commissioned by Friends of the Earth Trust Limited, London; 30 pp., plus 13 worksheets.