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Scott Pruitt's 'transparent' attack on science at the EPA

EPA administrator uses a 'transparency' in science pitch to sell the usual handouts to polluters.

Impossible foods invests $1.5 billion into plant-based milk, steak, fish and bacon

The food-tech company announces it will double the size of its research and development team to bring plant-based milk and steak to market.

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Exxon was already having a tough year. Trump made it worse

The company was in the middle of one of its most tumultuous years even before the president riffed about a hypothetical phone call.

How escalating climate change fuels California’s infernos

Scorching heat, a thirsty atmosphere and relentless winds: How the North Complex Fire spread so far, so fast.
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Top B.C. government officials knew Site C dam was in serious trouble over a year ago: FOI docs

Stability of the dam found to be a “significant risk" in May 2019, more than a year before information about deepening geotechnical problems and escalating costs were shared with the public.

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Bill McKibben: There’s nothing sacred about nine justices; a livable planet, on the other hand . . .

The composition of the Supreme Court has varied over time, but another number is constant: without fundamental transformation to emissions by 2030, the chances of meeting the Paris climate targets are nil.
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ExxonMobil’s real quid pro quo with the government

Trump suggested he could extort oil executives for campaign donations. The truth is more troubling.
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North Pole ice cap too thin for testing Russia’s giant icebreaker

The Arktika icebreaker will have to undergo a second test-voyage to prove its capabilities to crush thick and hard sea-ice.