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Revealed: Tullow Oil’s Community Projects Having ‘Very Little Impact’ in Kenya’s Drought-Ravaged Turkana Region

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David Attenborough Calls on Voters in US and Australia to Respond to Climate Science...

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Is Fracking in Lancashire Really Dead? Not Quite…

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Oil, Energy and Airports: Where are the Main Parties Getting Donations From?

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Oil Tycoon Joins Climate Science Deniers at 55 Tufton Street

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