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Venezuela struggles with severe wildfires and institutional failure

Venezuela struggles with severe wildfires and institutional failure

Amid record-breaking wildfires, Venezuela faces a severe test due to both environmental challenges and governmental inefficiencies.

Tony Frangie Mawad reports for Mongabay.

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Navigating the complexities of the SEC's new climate rule

Navigating the complexities of the SEC's new climate rule

In a recent move by the Securities and Exchange Commission, questions loom over the efficacy of its landmark disclosure rule in standardizing emissions reporting for investors.

Avery Ellfeldt and Benjamin Storrow report for E&E News.

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Energy cases to watch in 2024

Lawsuits making their way through the federal courts this year could reshape energy regulators’ response to climate change.
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Most money for endangered species goes to a small number of creatures, leaving others in limbo

Since passage of the Endangered Species Act 50 years ago, more than 1,700 plants, mammals, fish, insects and other species in the U.S. have been listed as threatened or endangered with extinction.
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‘Hope is a discipline’: Youth climate case plaintiff on why he’s suing the US government

Nathan Baring of Alaska is part of a group of young activists suing the US, which they say ‘willfully ignored’ dangers of fossil fuels.

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Biden's new Arctic drilling regulations: A balancing act between environmental protection and oil interests

President Biden's proposed rules for Arctic drilling in Alaska's National Petroleum Reserve aim to balance environmental conservation with oil industry interests, amidst significant climate change implications.

Heather Richards reports for E&E News.

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How Mexico muddies the waters on fighting climate change

Mexico has labeled hundreds of millions of dollars in spending on fossil fuel infrastructure at state energy company Pemex and state electricity utility CFE as expenditure to address climate change and promote energy transition over the past decade, documents show.
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