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Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley says climate change is real. Is she proposing anything to stop it?

Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley says climate change is real. Is she proposing anything to stop it?

The former U.N. Ambassador touts her role in pulling the U.S. out of the Paris climate accord and pledges to roll back clean energy incentives.
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Oil and gas companies spill millions of gallons of wastewater in Texas

An exclusive Inside Climate News analysis found companies have spilled nearly 150 million gallons of toxic, highly saline wastewater in Texas over the last decade.

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Pennsylvania expects $400 million in infrastructure funds to begin plugging thousands of abandoned oil wells

One scientist studying toxic emissions from the wells called the amount “woefully inadequate” in a state where officials say there are probably 250,000 such abandoned drill sites that need remediation.

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Illinois advances access to chargers to meet EV goals

As of May, Illinois has met 7 percent of its goal to get 1 million EVs on the road by 2030. While the state has made significant efforts in recent years to facilitate the transition away from gas-powered to all-electric vehicles, further actions are necessary to meet its goal and reduce tailpipe emissions.

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UN considering reforms to limit influence of fossil fuel industry at global climate talks

UN considering reforms to limit influence of fossil fuel industry at global climate talks

Civic groups and elected officials say the selection of host cities for the annual COP meetings, as well as the designation of delegates with ties to fossil fuels, must be more transparent.

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It’s the features, stupid: EV market share is growing because the vehicles keep getting better

New research finds no change in the share of people buying an electric vehicle for the sake of buying one, but plenty of other reasons for the appeal.

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

Over the past dozen years, hundreds of alleged human rights abuses have been committed by over 90 corporations mining minerals critical to the production of clean energy, a U.K.-based human rights organization said in a report released on Wednesday.  The Business and Human Rights Resource Center said the alleged abuses involve global mining for copper, […]
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