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UK’s New Finance Minister Has Oil Industry Ties that Span the Globe

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Fossil Fuel Interests Are Behind Canada’s Blue Hydrogen Push

Talk to fossil fuel execs, government ministers, and industry reps these days and they’ll all tell a similar story: Blue hydrogen is the clean...

Hype, Hope, and Hot Air: Inside Canada’s Hydrogen Strategy

Hydrogen is the future of net-zero — at least that is what the governments of Australia, the Netherlands, Canada, and the European Union believe.  Mining...

Arctic temperatures are increasing four times faster than global warming

A new analysis of observed temperatures shows the Arctic is heating up more than four times faster than the rate of global warming. The...

Motoring Lobbyist Who Slammed ‘Insulate Britain’ Backs Disruptive Fuel Protests

A freight industry lobbyist and climate science denier who claimed road-block protests by green activists were “risking lives” has been acting as an unofficial...

Unchecked emissions could double heat-related child mortality

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Government Advisor Repeats ‘Russia Funded Anti-Fracking Protests’ Myth

A trade advisor to the UK government has repeated a baseless claim that protests against fracking were funded by the Kremlin.  Economist Catherine McBride, a...

Will Reforms to Carbon Markets Better Protect the Climate?

To advocates, scaling up the markets where companies go to offset their greenhouse gas emissions will unlock billions of dollars to plant forests, restore...

Industry Insiders Question Louisiana Regulators Over Cleanup on ExxonMobil Land, Amid Corruption Claims and...

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