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Big oil companies fail climate goals and profit from war

Big oil companies fail climate goals and profit from war

Oil majors are falling short of Paris Agreement climate targets while benefiting from global conflicts, a new report reveals.

Stella Levantesi reports for DeSmog.

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Scotland revises its climate goal

Scotland revises its climate goal

Scotland will no longer pursue its 2030 goal of a 75% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions, although it aims to achieve net-zero by 2045.

Kevin Keane reports for BBC Scotland.

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Former US climate chief criticizes leaders for slowing climate action

Former US climate chief criticizes leaders for slowing climate action

Todd Stern, former U.S. climate envoy, criticizes political leaders for their cautious approach to climate change, claiming it jeopardizes global safety.

Fiona Harvey reports for The Guardian.

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John Kerry’s America First climate legacy

For those who have felt the hard edge of US climate diplomacy, Kerry was no white knight.
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COP28: Specter of second Trump term looms over climate talks

Donald Trump is casting a long shadow over the U.N. climate summit in Dubai. If elected, he will likely again pull the U.S. from the Paris climate accord.
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Shifting political winds threaten progress on Europe’s green goals

Shaken by global instability and a populist backlash, European nations are retreating from plans to reduce greenhouse gases, promote sustainable farming practices, and boost biodiversity. Green advocates fear the EU will fail to meet its commitments under the Paris Agreement.
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Uncounted emissions: The hidden cost of fossil fuel exports

Oil, gas, and coal exports are not counted when countries tally their greenhouse gas emissions under the Paris Agreement. This allows wealthy nations to report progress on emissions reduction goals, while shipping their fossil fuels — and the pollution they produce — overseas.
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