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Azerbaijani government criticized for silencing media ahead of climate summit

Azerbaijan faces accusations of suppressing media and activists as it prepares to host the UN Cop29 climate talks in November.

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Unlikely allies want to bar JBS, the Brazilian beef giant, from U.S. stock markets

Environmentalists and American meat producers alike are asking regulators to keep JBS, the world’s biggest meatpacker, off the New York Stock Exchange.
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Bogotá led the world with innovation in inexpensive mass transit. Its experience shows what it takes to keep progress going.
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Corruption and rights abuses are flourishing in lithium mining across Africa, new report finds

The global clean energy transition could be a game changer for Africa, but exploitation of miners continues as many foreign mining companies ignore local opposition.

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Libya’s unnatural disaster

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Indonesia permit payoff raises alarm about palm oil industry corruption

The ongoing trial of an Indonesian official accused of taking bribes from palm oil companies to expedite their permits has prompted calls for greater scrutiny into corruption in the sector.

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Ohioans keep paying for Republicans’ dirty energy scandal

Two Ohio politicians will be sentenced to potentially years in prison this week for their role in a scandal to prop up failing forms of energy. Somehow, Ohioans are still paying those bills.
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