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Exxon scientists accurately forecast climate change back in the 1970s – what if we had listened to them and acted then?

Writers of speculative- and science-fiction often identify a key point in time and explore how a seemingly insignificant event might change the path of humanity. One of these moments came in the 1970s when oil giant Exxon chose to ignore its own commissioned research on the impact of fossil fuels.

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Ron DeSantis is the same old Republican on climate issues

DeSantis represents a new, more reasonable-seeming climate candidate—but the denial is still there.
Poll: 75% of Pennsylvanians accept evidence of climate change

Poll: 75% of Pennsylvanians accept evidence of climate change

A new statewide poll shows three quarters of Pennsylvanians accept that global warming is happening.

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How the BBC became a “football” in the climate change culture wars

Climate contrarians are losing their ideological battle as net zero makes increasing economic and environmental sense.
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Fact check: Have we really avoided the ‘worst case’ climate change scenarios?

Global warming of 4 to 5 degrees above pre-industrial temperatures is no longer looking plausible, say the authors at University of Colorado Boulder, and the 2°C upper limit of the Paris Agreement goal is still within reach. Sounds like good news, right?

House environmental chair says he won’t run for reelection

House environmental chair says he won’t run for reelection

Rep. Daryl Metcalfe has boosted fossil fuels and denied climate change.

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10 Facebook publishers drive 69% of climate change misinformation

Anyone who's spent more than a few minutes online is likely acutely aware of the seemingly endless ocean of climate change denial content swirling across social media. But the vast misinformation maelstrom is largely being churned out by less than a dozen publishers.