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States consider a Superfund for climate change to penalize Big Oil

Vermont joins three northeastern states in trying to make the fossil fuel industry pay for the damages wrought by climate change.
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What if debt was written off to protect climate and nature?

From Barbados to Belize, nations are beginning to swap debt for action on climate and conservation. But how far can this help without deeper reform of the global financial system?
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Here’s who wants to run the country’s $14B ‘green bank’

EPA is under a time crunch to get the climate law money out the door and into the hands of nonprofit financing institutions.
Want to spur green energy in Wyoming? Aim for the billionaires
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Want to spur green energy in Wyoming? Aim for the billionaires

One man’s quest to lure climate investment from the wealthy enclave of Jackson underscores how the climate law works: It runs on rich people.
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Petrostate windfall tax would help poor countries in climate crisis, says Brown
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Petrostate windfall tax would help poor countries in climate crisis, says Brown

Former British PM calls for 3% levy on oil and gas export revenues of biggest producers to generate $25bn a year for global south.

Wealthy oil nation lays groundwork for ‘eye-popping’ climate fund
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Wealthy oil nation lays groundwork for ‘eye-popping’ climate fund

The United Arab Emirates has drawn a backlash from climate advocates for its role hosting the global climate talks, but the massive fund it's considering would help countries green their economies.
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‘Countries are drowning’: climate expert calls for urgent rethink on scale of aid for developing world

World needs to offer trillions, not billions in overseas support, says leading climate economist Avinash Persaud.

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