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U.S. in for more severe weather as ‘atmospheric river’ arrives

The West Coast is bracing for heavy rains and snow as freezing temperatures left a trail of burst pipes across the Southeast.
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Ron DeSantis is the same old Republican on climate issues

DeSantis represents a new, more reasonable-seeming climate candidate—but the denial is still there.
Chevron is publishing local news and propaganda in Texas

Chevron is publishing local news and propaganda in Texas

Chevron-sponsored Permian Proud is providing community news (and corporate propaganda) in one of Texas' most news-starved regions.
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God will help us fix climate change, so 'drill baby drill,' West Virginia governor says

West Virginia Governor Jim Justice said that God will “give us time” to fix climate change—“if” it exists, he emphasized—if the U.S. acts now to increase fossil fuel production to respond to the burgeoning energy crisis thanks to the invasion of Ukraine.

Bronx apartment fire is a reminder we need energy justice

Bronx apartment fire is a reminder we need energy justice

A space heater likely caused New York's deadliest fire in decades. To ensure a safer, more comfortable future for all, we need better buildings.
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10 Facebook publishers drive 69% of climate change misinformation

Anyone who's spent more than a few minutes online is likely acutely aware of the seemingly endless ocean of climate change denial content swirling across social media. But the vast misinformation maelstrom is largely being churned out by less than a dozen publishers.

Shell CEO roasted at TED countdown climate conference

Shell CEO roasted at TED countdown climate conference

As Shell’s CEO Ben van Beurden spoke at a TED conference, he was interrupted by organizers, one of whom called him "one of the most evil people in the world."
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