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French President Macron Has to Tackle Trump Over Climate Change

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UK Coal Industry Gets Hundreds of Millions in Subsidies Each Year, Report Finds

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Brexit Climate Deniers Launch Coordinated Attack Against Green Regulations Ahead of Election

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