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The UK’s main climate science denial group is “sliding further into obscurity”, academics have claimed, following its latest appointment of a “contrarian” professor. Professor Ray...

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Big Ag Influence Over UN Food Systems Summit Criticised by Green Farming Advocates

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Green Hydrogen’s Rapidly Falling Costs Undermine the Gas Industry’s Argument for Blue Hydrogen

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Rapid Shift to Clean Energy Could Save ‘Trillions.’ But Corporate-Backed Groups Are Fighting the...

A slow transition away from fossil fuels would be “more expensive” than a rapid shift to renewable energy, according to a new study, a...

Labour Criticised Over Drax-Sponsored ‘Zero Carbon’ Party Conference Event

The Labour Party has been accused of helping biomass energy giant Drax engage in “green spin” by holding a climate event at its upcoming...

Major Animal Pharma Industry Group Forced to Remove UN Logo from ‘Misleading’ Briefing on...

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Critics Question the Climate Crisis Benefits of Deep Seabed Mining

By Marta Montojo and Ian Urbina Few people have ever heard of the tiny country of Nauru. Even fewer ever think about what happens at...

How Climate-Conscious is Boris Johnson’s New Cabinet?

Boris Johnson’s reshuffle has dominated the news this week – but what does it mean for government policy on climate change? As might be expected,...

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