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US financial giants pull out of environmental standards initiative

Big American banks have exited the Equator Principles, reflecting a troubling retreat from environmental and social risk management in project financing.

Nina Lakhani and Dominic Rushe report for The Guardian.

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Organic farming is better for the land. Craig Wichner is proving that it is also better for investors.

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Will COP28’s climate fund promises become a reality?

Money is a very big sticking point at this year’s United Nations climate summit. Part of the problem is that American promises often go unmet.
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US, EU blamed as climate fund talks break down over World Bank push

Recriminations were spreading Saturday morning after the failure of talks on the creation of a new fund to help vulnerable countries rebuild from climate disasters.

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The true cost of climate pollution? 44% of corporate profits

What if companies had to pay for the problems their carbon emissions cause? Their profits would plunge, according to new estimates, possibly wiping out trillions in financial gains.

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Climate change is settled science. Republicans don't see it that way in new poll

The latest heat wave is fueled by human-caused climate change from burning fossil fuels, but despite the settled science, the overwhelming evidence and the billions of dollars in increases for disaster preparation and recovery that climate change is costing the country, Republicans have grown more skeptical of the need to prioritize fixing it.

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How Biden steered climate money to red states

New Hampshire is dusting off its climate plan for the first time in 14 years. Georgia officials are drafting the state’s first-ever statewide carbon strategy. Minnesota is analyzing its environmental justice policies.