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States withhold cooling aid for the poor as heat gets deadlier

Many states refuse to use money from a federal program to help low-income people pay for cooling bills or repairs.
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How a small island nation is taking climate change to court

In an exclusive interview, Vanuatu’s climate minister Ralph Regenvanu discusses the country’s leadership on climate reparations and accountability.
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Greta Thunberg: Not phasing out fossil fuels is ‘death sentence’ for world’s poor

Rich countries are signing a “death sentence” for millions of poor people around the world by failing to phase out fossil fuels, the climate activist Greta Thunberg has told governments.

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Mining critical to renewable energy tied to hundreds of alleged human rights abuses

A report released Wednesday faults the U.S. and other nations for providing incentives for the mining of rare metals like lithium and cobalt without enacting adequate labor and environmental safeguards, Katie Surma reports for Inside Climate News.
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Vietnamese anti-coal campaigner freed early from prison

Vietnamese anti-coal campaigner Nguy Thi Khanh has been freed early from prison on tax evasion charges, in a boost to Vietnam's energy transition hopes.

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West Oakland faces a test: Undoing decades of environmental injustice

Highway and city planners saddled a once-proud Black community with freeways and diesel fumes, while more affluent neighborhoods were spared such burdens.