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Tefere Gebre: How are we still subsidizing climate change?

Continuing to explore for and develop new reserves of coal, oil and gas would spell climate catastrophe — that’s not where Americans’ tax dollars should be going.
Study: Financial markets ignore environmental damage
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Study: Financial markets ignore environmental damage

Credit-rating agencies say they can discipline companies that behave badly, but research reveals negligible progress.
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Ray Mabus: Veterans crucial for climate action

Today, we have an opportunity to address the climate crisis while improving our national security and economic strength at the same time. The Veterans Energy Project is ready to make sure it gets done.

Promise or peril? Importing hydropower to fuel the clean energy transition
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Promise or peril? Importing hydropower to fuel the clean energy transition

U.S. states hope to tap Canada’s network of large dams to meet low-carbon goals, but do better options exist closer to home?
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Senate Democrats map out climate change strategy

Senate Democrats have released a more than 200 page climate plan that they're billing as a roadmap for what they'll do if they can take back the majority after this year's election.

The coal industry isn’t going anywhere — yet
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The coal industry isn’t going anywhere — yet

Surprisingly, the climate-threatening industry is still in a growth mode in some parts of the world. Will that change fast enough to save the planet?
‘Nero drilling while Rome burns’: U.S. oil and gas production soars in Trump’s second year
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‘Nero drilling while Rome burns’: U.S. oil and gas production soars in Trump’s second year

Experts warn that the rush for new oil and gas drilling will have consequences for the climate, but there are ways to slow it down — or even stop it.
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