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The Christian Vacation Camp Where Kids Are Taught by Notorious Climate Science Deniers

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A Just Transition: From Fossil Fuels to Environmental Justice 

Read time: 1 minOur new series A Just Transition: From Fossil Fuels to Environmental Justice charts the prospects and obstacles to the shift away from oil,...

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Read time: 1 minOur new series A Just Transition: From Fossil Fuels to Environmental Justice charts the prospects and obstacles to the shift away from oil,...

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Shell Issues ‘Inappropriate’ Gag Order at Children’s Greenwash Festival

Read time: 5 minsShell has ditched a youth-targeted “Generation Discover” festival in the Hague amid controversy around a ‘gag order’ visitors were asked to sign. Generation...

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