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Mexican climate activist Xiye Bastida says her generation is ready to learn from the Indigenous values of reciprocity and appreciation for Mother Earth to build a flourishing future.
Mexican climate activist Xiye Bastida says her generation is ready to learn from the Indigenous values of reciprocity and appreciation for Mother Earth to build a flourishing future.
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The Institute of Economic Affairs has been in the media spotlight following last month’s disastrous “mini-budget”.

The Institute of Economic Affairs has been in the media spotlight following last month’s disastrous “mini-budget”.
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The airport’s expansion plans would boost carbon dioxide emissions to 20 million tonnes by 2050, according to analysis by a green transport group.

The airport’s expansion plans would boost carbon dioxide emissions to 20 million tonnes by 2050, according to analysis by a green transport group.
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A pair of protests in the nation’s capital upped pressure on the President and Congress to stop enabling fossil fuel expansion in several arenas.

A pair of protests in the nation’s capital upped pressure on the President and Congress to stop enabling fossil fuel expansion in several arenas.
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DeSmog takes you through the green credentials of each and every cabinet minister.

DeSmog takes you through the green credentials of each and every cabinet minister.
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Ad showing children happily playing near a gas stove is “terrible and misleading,” says Vancouver physician.
Ad showing children happily playing near a gas stove is “terrible and misleading,” says Vancouver physician.
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Senator Joe Manchin’s proposed permitting reform would have fast-tracked the troubled gas pipeline. The bill’s failure throws the project back into limbo.
Senator Joe Manchin’s proposed permitting reform would have fast-tracked the troubled gas pipeline. The bill’s failure throws the project back into limbo.
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Green groups warn that industry ‘greenwash’ risks diverting politicians from less-polluting alternatives.
Green groups warn that industry ‘greenwash’ risks diverting politicians from less-polluting alternatives.
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Instead the company’s Canadian arm developed a communications plan to make climate solutions like carbon taxes look economically reckless.
Instead the company’s Canadian arm developed a communications plan to make climate solutions like carbon taxes look economically reckless.

The Institute of Economic Affairs has been in the media spotlight following last month’s disastrous “mini-budget”.

The Institute of Economic Affairs has been in the media spotlight following last month’s disastrous “mini-budget”.
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The airport’s expansion plans would boost carbon dioxide emissions to 20 million tonnes by 2050, according to analysis by a green transport group.

The airport’s expansion plans would boost carbon dioxide emissions to 20 million tonnes by 2050, according to analysis by a green transport group.
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A pair of protests in the nation’s capital upped pressure on the President and Congress to stop enabling fossil fuel expansion in several arenas.

A pair of protests in the nation’s capital upped pressure on the President and Congress to stop enabling fossil fuel expansion in several arenas.
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DeSmog takes you through the green credentials of each and every cabinet minister.

DeSmog takes you through the green credentials of each and every cabinet minister.
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The Global Registry of Fossil Fuels offers an in-depth, free, and publicly-available look at oil, gas, and coal projects from around the world, shedding light on an industry threatening global climate targets

The Global Registry of Fossil Fuels offers an in-depth, free, and publicly-available look at oil, gas, and coal projects from around the world, shedding light on an industry threatening global climate targets
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Ad showing children happily playing near a gas stove is “terrible and misleading,” says Vancouver physician.
Ad showing children happily playing near a gas stove is “terrible and misleading,” says Vancouver physician.
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Senator Joe Manchin’s proposed permitting reform would have fast-tracked the troubled gas pipeline. The bill’s failure throws the project back into limbo.
Senator Joe Manchin’s proposed permitting reform would have fast-tracked the troubled gas pipeline. The bill’s failure throws the project back into limbo.
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Green groups warn that industry ‘greenwash’ risks diverting politicians from less-polluting alternatives.
Green groups warn that industry ‘greenwash’ risks diverting politicians from less-polluting alternatives.
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Instead the company’s Canadian arm developed a communications plan to make climate solutions like carbon taxes look economically reckless.
Instead the company’s Canadian arm developed a communications plan to make climate solutions like carbon taxes look economically reckless.
On February 4, 1970, the oil tanker SS Arrow was carrying a cargo of heavy bunker oil for Imperial Oil Limited when it encountered rough weather off the east coast of Canada. The ship’s captain had...
On February 4, 1970, the oil tanker SS Arrow was carrying a cargo of heavy bunker oil for Imperial Oil Limited when it encountered rough weather off the east coast of Canada. The ship’s captain had...
It was 1971, less than a year after the world’s first Earth Day, and in Canada an oil giant was worried. “Public concern regarding environmental problems is being translated into legislation rapid...
It was 1971, less than a year after the world’s first Earth Day, and in Canada an oil giant was worried. “Public concern regarding environmental problems is being translated into legislation rapid...
A new book reveals how Imperial Oil, ExxonMobil, Koch Industries, and others used Canada’s oil sands to spawn a web of climate denial and delay.
A new book reveals how Imperial Oil, ExxonMobil, Koch Industries, and others used Canada’s oil sands to spawn a web of climate denial and delay.

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Michael Shellenberger Credentials Master's Degree in Anthropology from University of California, Santa Cruz.Michael Shellenberger and Ted Nordhaus. The Death of Environmentalism: G...
Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA) Background The Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA) is a London-based free-market thinktank and educational charity founded in 1955 by the late Sir Antony ...