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3 Really Important Things the Draft Brexit Withdrawal Agreement Says About the Environment and...

Read time: 3 minsAt last, the UK and EU have agreed on Brexit. Well, sort of. The draft Withdrawal Agreement text published yesterday and reluctantly agreed by...

Comment: Fossil Fuels are Heading Down but Not Yet Out

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China Is Showing the World What Renewable Energy Dominance Looks Like, Says New IEA...

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‘This is What People Power Looks Like’ — A Fracking Campaigner’s Account of the...

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Read time: 7 minsThe year is almost over, and — in so many ways — we are in a different place now than when...

‘Shame On You’: Indigenous Campaigners Demand JPMorgan End Fossil Fuel Finance

GLASGOW, SCOTLAND — Indigenous activists on Wednesday staged a protest outside JPMorgan Chase headquarters in central Glasgow as pressure on banks to halt oil and...

To Save the Amazon, Lula Must Defeat an Old Foe

In his first speech after staging a stunning political comeback at Brazil’s presidential elections, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva vowed to halt the Amazon...

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