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Exclusive: UN, EU Agencies Reject Ties to Conference Hijacked by Climate Science Deniers

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Exposed: Shell’s Cosy Corporate Relationship with the National Gallery

Fossil fuel company Shell receives special treatment from the publicly-funded National Gallery despite the oil major’s history of climate obstructionism, documents seen by DeSmog...

I Went to a Film Screening Hosted by a Climate Science Denial Group and...

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