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Dow CEO warns of price tag on clean-energy plans
World Economic Forum / Christian Clavadetscher

Dow CEO warns of price tag on clean-energy plans

Jim Fitterling says the chemical company supports net zero carbon targets, but warns against restrictions on natural-gas use.
Here is who’s behind the global surge in single-use plastic
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Here is who’s behind the global surge in single-use plastic

A new report shows that a surprisingly small number of big companies and banks are behind the manufacturing and financing of much of the world’s single-use plastic.
Here is who's behind the global surge in single-use plastic
www.nytimes.com

Here is who's behind the global surge in single-use plastic

A new report shows that a surprisingly small number of big companies and banks are behind the manufacturing and financing of much of the world’s single-use plastic.
As the west burns, Trump administration races to demolish environmental protections
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As the west burns, Trump administration races to demolish environmental protections

Polluters and their agents in government want to finalize as many environmental rollbacks as possible before the presidential election.
Dam failure threatens a Dow chemical complex and Superfund cleanup
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Dam failure threatens a Dow chemical complex and Superfund cleanup

Floodwaters surged toward Midland, Mich., and one of the nation’s most extensive toxic cleanup sites, raising concerns of a wider environmental fallout from the dam disaster.
Energy companies have a great friend at Trump's Interior Department: Their former lobbyist
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Energy companies have a great friend at Trump's Interior Department: Their former lobbyist

They've spent $30 million lobbying the government since Trump arrived.
New EPA rules aim to reduce toxic emissions. But many 'Cancer Alley chemical plants won't have to change
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New EPA rules aim to reduce toxic emissions. But many 'Cancer Alley chemical plants won't have to change

The proposed rules reducing emissions across the country would not apply to many of Louisiana’s chemical plants. These facilities release tons of dangerous, cancer-causing chemicals like ethylene oxide, and more plants are on the way.
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