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Why Bret Baier’s solar-powered mansion has climate crusaders fuming

When Fox News host Bret Baier listed his D.C. mansion for an eye-popping $31.9 million last week, some eagle-eyed observers noticed a surprising feature: Dozens of solar panels covered parts of the roof.

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Jason Bordoff: As climate change worsens, Big Oil’s support for clean energy is lacking

It seems increasingly evident that the oil industry is unable or unwilling to help chart a path toward a cleaner energy future.
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Texas preemption law overrides city laws on workers rights, evictions

Unprecedented state legislation could override city laws in policy areas ranging from workers’ rights and housing to finance and agriculture. Opponents, who have nicknamed the legislation the “Death Star” bill, see it as the latest escalation in a years-long Republican-led effort to rein in the power of Texas’ left-leaning metros.

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What is greenwashing? Cop28 president’s team accused of Wikipedia editing

The Cop28 president has been accused of attempting to greenwash his image after it was revealed that his team edited Wikipedia pages relating to his role as the CEO of an Abu Dhabi oil company.

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These global banks made emission pledges. They still invest billions in Gulf Coast LNG exports

By the end of the decade, the Gulf Coast could see as many as 12 new liquefied natural gas terminals built along its shores.

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Germany’s climate change hypocrisy is breathtaking

Despite years of preaching about the need to combat emissions, Germany is one of the biggest polluters of all.

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Editorial: The indefensible decision to open a deep coalmine in a climate crisis

Approval of the colliery seriously tarnishes the UK’s reputation as a global leader on climate action and opens us up to well-justified charges of hypocrisy.