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International court rules against Koch Industries in carbon pricing case

International court rules against Koch Industries in carbon pricing case

An international tribunal ruled that Canada is not obligated to compensate Koch Industries for the losses it claimed after the cap-and-trade program was canceled in Ontario.

Fatima Syed reports for The Narwhal.

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Koch-owned plant finds legal ways to pollute

A clean energy company that once operated at Port Arthur's Oxbow plant claims it manipulated SO2 emissions to avoid spending on pollution controls.

Koch families war on Labor & climate
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Kate Aronoff: Right to work on a hot planet

Labor and climate campaigners quite literally share a common enemy. The name often ends in Koch.
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A climate change skeptic, Mike Pence brought to the vice presidency deep ties to the Koch brothers

Vice President Mike Pence's fight to block climate action began long before he became President Donald Trump's stalwart second-in-command.

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Minnesota files climate change lawsuit against oil companies including Koch, Exxon Mobil

Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison on Wednesday sued Exxon Mobil Corp., Koch Industries and the American Petroleum Institute, saying they have long deceived consumers over the effects of climate change.

Rise of the Koch empire and how it has shaped America
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Rise of the Koch empire and how it has shaped America

Much of the anti-climate policy efforts in the US can be traced back to one powerful man: Charles Koch, who sits at the helm of a fossil fuel-based corporate empire.
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Justin Gillis: Would you pay higher gas prices to slow the climate crisis?

Justin Gillis: Would you pay higher gas prices to slow the climate crisis?

Governors in Northeast and Mid-Atlantic States are pondering that question.
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