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Al Gore: China could surprise the world at Glasgow climate talks

Former U.S. Vice President Al Gore is hopeful China and the United States will set aside their differences at U.N. climate change talks in Glasgow, just as they came together in 2015 to help hammer out the Paris Agreement.
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PBF shares tumble on new N. California air pollution regulation

Shares of oil refiner PBF Energy Inc fell more than 10% on Northern California's new air pollution requirement that could possibly shut down the company's Martinez refinery in the state.

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Exxon vows to add two new directors amid bitter proxy fight

Exxon Mobil says it will appoint two new directors with energy industry and climate experience within the next 12 months, a pledge made days before a shareholder contest over the oil company's climate stance and board makeup.

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Chevron shareholders to vote on climate change proposals -filing

Chevron has pledged to limit the pace of growth of its carbon emissions that contribute to climate change, but has not set longer-term targets to achieve net zero as many European oil companies have done.

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Show us the plan: Investors push companies to come clean on climate

In the past, shareholder votes on the environment were rare and easily brushed aside. Things could look different in the annual meeting season starting next month, when companies are set to face the most investor resolutions tied to climate change in years.
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Qantas and BP unveil strategic partnership to reduce carbon emissions

Qantas Airways Ltd and BP PLC on Thursday announced a strategic partnership to reduce carbon emissions in the aviation sector in Australia as part of their goals to become carbon neutral companies by 2050.
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