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Rich countries urged to honor climate pledges.

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Great Barrier Reef tourism: Caught between commerce and conservation alarm.

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French Elections: Alt-Right, Total and Gold Mines, the Story Behind the Candidates’ Environmental Policies

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Breitbart’s James Delingpole Pushing Denial That Great Barrier Reef Is Bleaching — Again

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Anti-Fracking Campaigners Lose Legal Challenge Over Cuadrilla’s Lancashire Shale Gas Site

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Shell Invents ‘Business Drivers’ as Excuse to Avoid Inconvenient North Sea Decommissioning Options, Green...

Shell has failed to properly assess all options for plugging and abandoning its North Sea wells in the famous Brent oilfield, a group of...

Brexit Could Cost Consumers as Internal Energy Market Deal Currently ‘Not Realistic’ Say Experts

Consumers are likely to pay the price for the UK leaving the EU’s internal energy market, experts warned on Wednesday. Brexit has opened the door to...

Protests Increase Against Mega Pipeline Branded ‘Europe’s DAPL’

After months of protests by indigenous communities, oil is finally flowing through the Dakota Access Pipeline in the United States. Now Italy looks set...

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