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D.C. students push for ‘Green New Deal for Schools’

D.C. student activists successfully pushed the school board to adopt a “Green New Deal for Schools.” Now, they’re taking the proposal to the city council.
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ExxonMobil sues investors to block climate petition

Oil giant ExxonMobil has sued climate activist investors in a bid to prevent their climate proposal from going to a vote at its annual investor meeting.

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New breed of climate protesters vows to take fight to ‘cowards’ of US politics

Climate Defiance, trying to make the climate crisis a top issue in 2024 election, isn’t afraid to anger ‘cowards’ and ‘criminals.’

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How lending-based climate finance is pushing poor countries deeper into debt

After more than a decade of disappointment, the world’s wealthiest countries may have finally fulfilled their 2009 promise to mobilise $100 billion a year to help developing countries face the climate crisis. But the harsh truth is that developing nations are going to have to pay most of that money back – with interest.

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‘No climate justice without peace’: Gaza becomes flashpoint for climate activists

Many in the global movement are divided on whether or how to take a stand on the conflict.

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More than 1,000 climate scientists urge public to become activists

‘We need you,’ says Scientist Rebellion, which includes authors of IPCC reports on climate breakdown, as diplomats meet for Cop28.

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Older voters are second only to young people in share of ’climate voters,’ new study shows

A report from the Environmental Voter Project says “gray is the new green," as voters who prioritize climate are numerous enough to swing elections in key states.