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Julien Hennefeld: The appeal of climate change denial

What is so appalling is that some of the Republican candidates must surely realize that if nothing is done to combat climate change our planet might well become uninhabitable for humans and all animal life.

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How a conservative U.S. network undermined Indigenous energy rights in Canada

Internal documents explain why oil and gas interests would benefit from a key Indigenous declaration being ‘defeated.
'Look for Power in the Shadows': Watch Sheldon Whitehouse shine light on 'Dark Money Operation' behind GOP Supreme Court takeover
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'Look for Power in the Shadows': Watch Sheldon Whitehouse shine light on 'Dark Money Operation' behind GOP Supreme Court takeover

Senator Whitehouse traced the dizzying array of special interests and advocacy groups—from the Kochs to the Federalist Society to the Judicial Crisis Network—coordinating and pouring money into the effort to confirm Barrett and other far-right, corporate-friendly judges committed to rolling back reproductive rights, voting rights, climate regulations, and more.
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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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“Believe science” is a bad response to denialism

Liberals’ glorification of expertise amid the coronavirus and climate crises reveals their own distrust of democracy.
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Bill McKibben: “Working together is what humans are built to do” coronavirus crisis

A recent U.N. report said that nations “with higher levels of social trust and connections are more resilient in the face of natural disasters and economic crises.”
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