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The internet giant touts its green bona fides, but its HQ2 contest ignores global warming. [Read More]
The internet giant touts its green bona fides, but its HQ2 contest ignores global warming. [Read More]
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"They cheated soros interfered." [Read More]
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"It's not even subtle," said one senator. [Read More]
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The company dismissed criticism for manufacturing overseas and called out White House ties to a uranium mining company. [Read More]
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After being rocked by Hurricane Harvey, will Texas pick Democratic Rep. Beto O'Rourke over an oil industry-funded climate change denier? [Read More]
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Will President Trump take it seriously now? [Read More]
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Barry Myers, chief executive of AccuWeather, has previously pushed to privatize weather data. [Read More]
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The congressman urged state officials to think about climate change, pollution and Native American rights. [Read More]
The Trump administration held the only hearing on its proposed Clean Power Plan repeal. [Read More]
The Vermont senator has been an outspoken critic of U.S. policies toward the island. [Read More]
Sustainable capitalism is basically an oxymoron. [Read More]
The Texas Republican's sexts don't appear to be non-consensual, though posting them online certainly was. [Read More]
The FCC plans to vote on a plan to eliminate net neutrality next month. [Read More]
Nebraska state regulators voted to approve the pipeline despite a massive spill last week. [Read More]
The new nonprofit champions victims of what's called the "rainforest Chernobyl." [Read More]
This marks a major setback for those hoping climate change-causing pollution had peaked. [Read More]
The financial giants are slated to make appearances at the COP23 in Germany next week. [Read More]
Kathleen Hartnett White's first Senate confirmation hearing on Wednesday was cringeworthy. [Read More]
The withdrawal comes as House Republicans push a tax bill packed with corporate welfare for fossil fuel companies. [Read More]
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