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Abbott was a member of the centre-right Liberal Party that was widely seen as hostile to climate policy.

Abbott was a member of the centre-right Liberal Party that was widely seen as hostile to climate policy.
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Climate action is held back by the government’s ties to “dangerous, anti-science” organisations, says Green Party.

Climate action is held back by the government’s ties to “dangerous, anti-science” organisations, says Green Party.
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Keeping them means homes will use gas for heating too, explains Rice University professor Daniel Cohan.

Keeping them means homes will use gas for heating too, explains Rice University professor Daniel Cohan.
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Documents show bioenergy giant is “influencing the thinking” of ministers, say campaigners.

Documents show bioenergy giant is “influencing the thinking” of ministers, say campaigners.
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Party activists “ashamed” to learn of the contribution from the North Yorkshire biomass company.
Party activists “ashamed” to learn of the contribution from the North Yorkshire biomass company.
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The cost of living crisis and a surge in fossil fuel prices “turbocharged an ecosystem of disinformation” around the summit, study finds.
The cost of living crisis and a surge in fossil fuel prices “turbocharged an ecosystem of disinformation” around the summit, study finds.
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New assessment by Pesticides Action Network North America examines the “vicious cycle” linking these fossil fuel–derived chemicals and climate change.
New assessment by Pesticides Action Network North America examines the “vicious cycle” linking these fossil fuel–derived chemicals and climate change.
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The use of Strategic Lawsuits Against Public Participation to intimidate campaigners is a global trend.
The use of Strategic Lawsuits Against Public Participation to intimidate campaigners is a global trend.

Abbott was a member of the centre-right Liberal Party that was widely seen as hostile to climate policy.

Abbott was a member of the centre-right Liberal Party that was widely seen as hostile to climate policy.
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Climate action is held back by the government’s ties to “dangerous, anti-science” organisations, says Green Party.

Climate action is held back by the government’s ties to “dangerous, anti-science” organisations, says Green Party.
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Keeping them means homes will use gas for heating too, explains Rice University professor Daniel Cohan.

Keeping them means homes will use gas for heating too, explains Rice University professor Daniel Cohan.
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Documents show bioenergy giant is “influencing the thinking” of ministers, say campaigners.

Documents show bioenergy giant is “influencing the thinking” of ministers, say campaigners.
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Michael John Cole will sit alongside Lord David Frost on the Global Warming Policy Foundation board.

Michael John Cole will sit alongside Lord David Frost on the Global Warming Policy Foundation board.
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Party activists “ashamed” to learn of the contribution from the North Yorkshire biomass company.
Party activists “ashamed” to learn of the contribution from the North Yorkshire biomass company.
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The cost of living crisis and a surge in fossil fuel prices “turbocharged an ecosystem of disinformation” around the summit, study finds.
The cost of living crisis and a surge in fossil fuel prices “turbocharged an ecosystem of disinformation” around the summit, study finds.
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New assessment by Pesticides Action Network North America examines the “vicious cycle” linking these fossil fuel–derived chemicals and climate change.
New assessment by Pesticides Action Network North America examines the “vicious cycle” linking these fossil fuel–derived chemicals and climate change.
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The use of Strategic Lawsuits Against Public Participation to intimidate campaigners is a global trend.
The use of Strategic Lawsuits Against Public Participation to intimidate campaigners is a global trend.
Powered by fossil fuel funding, PR agents have used astroturfing, “manufactured consent,” and other techniques to furtively shape public perceptions in favor of their polluting clients.
Powered by fossil fuel funding, PR agents have used astroturfing, “manufactured consent,” and other techniques to furtively shape public perceptions in favor of their polluting clients.
Activists warn that calls for energy independence are just “peace washing” the fossil fuels that enabled this conflict.
Activists warn that calls for energy independence are just “peace washing” the fossil fuels that enabled this conflict.
From narratives about fossil fuels as a solution to climate advocates as out of touch with reality, here’s how the fossil fuel industry and its allies are weaponizing words to delay climate action.
From narratives about fossil fuels as a solution to climate advocates as out of touch with reality, here’s how the fossil fuel industry and its allies are weaponizing words to delay climate action.

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Tony Abbott Credentials Bachelor of Economics (BEc), University of Sydney.“Hon Tony Abbott MP,” Parliament of Australia. Archived January 10, 2019. Archive.fo URL: http://archive....
The Empowerment Alliance Background The Empowerment Alliance (TEA) is an anonymously funded 501(c)(4) nonprofit that launched on September 30, 2019 with the goal of fighting liberal pol...