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Two evangelical leaders, Jim Wallis and Kyle Meyaard-Schaap, on ‘radical faith,’ climate change and more

With a focus on issues normally considered progressive, the Revs. Jim Wallis and Kyle Meyaard-Schaap hope to expand the evangelical political imagination.
Conservatives attack companies for being too 'woke' on climate

Conservatives attack companies for being too 'woke' on climate

Conservatives in the U.S. have targeted firms for their environmental policies, but many companies are standing their ground.
How Republicans are ‘weaponizing’ public office against climate action
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How Republicans are ‘weaponizing’ public office against climate action

A Times investigation revealed a coordinated effort by state treasurers to use government muscle and public funds to punish companies trying to reduce greenhouse gases.
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Republican drive to tilt courts against climate action reaches a crucial moment

A Supreme Court environmental case being decided this month is the product of a coordinated, multiyear strategy by Republican attorneys general and conservative allies.
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Sambhav Sankar: The Supreme Court is pursuing a very dangerous strategy for the environment

Sambhav Sankar: The Supreme Court is pursuing a very dangerous strategy for the environment

The court’s conservative majority seems intent on pursuing an agenda that would limit the federal government’s ability to shield the planet.
Margaret Renkl: Halting extinction is an issue we actually agree on

Margaret Renkl: Halting extinction is an issue we actually agree on

People on both sides of the aisle can work together to prevent future calamities from unfolding.
No, wind farms aren't the main cause of the Texas blackouts
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No, wind farms aren't the main cause of the Texas blackouts

The state’s widespread electricity failure was largely caused by freezing natural gas pipelines. That didn’t stop advocates for fossil fuels from trying to shift blame.
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