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EU sustainable funds invest in major polluters

EU sustainable funds invest in major polluters

EU-regulated "sustainable" funds invest billions in polluting companies, including fast fashion and fossil fuel firms, misleading investors about their environmental impact.

Ajit Niranjan, Giorgio Michalopoulos, and Stefano Valentino report for The Guardian.

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Who were the worst of the worst climate polluters in 2022?

Emissions from the largest greenhouse gas emitters in the U.S. were down slightly in 2022, but thousands of industrial facilities with substantial emissions remain, according to the Environmental Protection Agency’s recently released Greenhouse Gas Reporting Program data.

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Kenya's leader says climate change is eating away Africa's GDP, calls for talks on global carbon tax

Kenya's leader says climate change is eating away Africa's GDP, calls for talks on global carbon tax

Kenya's president says climate change is “relentlessly eating away” at Africa’s economic progress and it’s time to have a global conversation about a carbon tax on polluters.
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New top cop at the EPA aims to get enforcement back on track

The head of the unit that investigates environmental crimes is promising to “hold polluters accountable.”
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Who are the top greenhouse gas emitters in Pennsylvania?

With data from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, PennEnvironment examined carbon and methane emissions from the state’s 12 top polluters — the so-called “Dirty Dozen.”
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UN chief slams ‘climate-wrecking’ firms at human rights meeting in Geneva

Antonio Guterres said fossil fuel producers and financial backers must understand ‘crucial truth: pursuing mega-profits when so many are losing lives and rights is completely unacceptable’.
Facebook’s new ad policies make it harder for climate groups to counter Big Oil

Facebook’s new ad policies make it harder for climate groups to counter Big Oil

Meta removed advertisers’ ability to target audiences on “sensitive” topics. Climate groups say the change favors polluters.

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