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Secretive Industry Conference Seeks to Persuade People Fracking is a Good Idea

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Lords Raise Concern Over UK’s Ability to Implement and Enforce Environmental Rules Post-Brexit

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Oil Giants Declare Climate Leadership, Immediately Find New Places to Drill

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MPs Who Complained About BBC’s Brexit Coverage Linked to Network of Hardline Euro-Climate Sceptics

Many of the MPs who signed the letter issued this week criticising the BBC’s Brexit coverage as biased to the Remain campaign are part...

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Facts And Evidence Matter In Confronting Climate Crisis

We recently highlighted the faulty logic of a pseudoscientific argument against addressing climate change: the proposition that because CO2 is necessary for plants, increasing...

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