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On the final day of protest, dozens of climate youth activists were arrested as they blocked an intersection near the U.S. Capitol, stressing the need for immediate climate action.

On the final day of protest, dozens of climate youth activists were arrested as they blocked an intersection near the U.S. Capitol, stressing the need for immediate climate action.
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Investigation surrounding sulfur dioxide pollution from a Port Arthur, Texas, plant owned by the “other” Koch brother offers a test of the Biden administration’s environmental justice commitments.

Investigation surrounding sulfur dioxide pollution from a Port Arthur, Texas, plant owned by the “other” Koch brother offers a test of the Biden administration’s environmental justice commitments.
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In an unprecedented move, nations under the U.N. Aarhus Convention to protect environmental rights vote to suspend Belarus’ rights under the treaty.

In an unprecedented move, nations under the U.N. Aarhus Convention to protect environmental rights vote to suspend Belarus’ rights under the treaty.
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The international financial organization is a major shareholder in a British insurance company underwriting oil projects in Uganda and Tanzania that may impact a nature reserve and more than 120,000 people.

The international financial organization is a major shareholder in a British insurance company underwriting oil projects in Uganda and Tanzania that may impact a nature reserve and more than 120,000 people.
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An investigative journalist shares her perspective after being arrested twice while reporting on resistance to the Bayou Bridge pipeline construction.
An investigative journalist shares her perspective after being arrested twice while reporting on resistance to the Bayou Bridge pipeline construction.
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Analysis found links to Exxon, Koch Industries, and the US Chamber of Commerce, raising concerns about a potential “revolving door,” one campaigner said, between the insurance and fossil fuel industries.
Analysis found links to Exxon, Koch Industries, and the US Chamber of Commerce, raising concerns about a potential “revolving door,” one campaigner said, between the insurance and fossil fuel industries.
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One expert called it a “systematic deceptive marketing campaign designed to interfere with the solution that is necessary to respond to the climate emergency: stopping fossil fuel production.”
One expert called it a “systematic deceptive marketing campaign designed to interfere with the solution that is necessary to respond to the climate emergency: stopping fossil fuel production.”
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Ironton residents blame environmental racism for Hurricane Ida's catastrophic damage to their historic Black community.
Ironton residents blame environmental racism for Hurricane Ida's catastrophic damage to their historic Black community.

On the final day of protest, dozens of climate youth activists were arrested as they blocked an intersection near the U.S. Capitol, stressing the need for immediate climate action.

On the final day of protest, dozens of climate youth activists were arrested as they blocked an intersection near the U.S. Capitol, stressing the need for immediate climate action.
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Investigation surrounding sulfur dioxide pollution from a Port Arthur, Texas, plant owned by the “other” Koch brother offers a test of the Biden administration’s environmental justice commitments.

Investigation surrounding sulfur dioxide pollution from a Port Arthur, Texas, plant owned by the “other” Koch brother offers a test of the Biden administration’s environmental justice commitments.
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In an unprecedented move, nations under the U.N. Aarhus Convention to protect environmental rights vote to suspend Belarus’ rights under the treaty.

In an unprecedented move, nations under the U.N. Aarhus Convention to protect environmental rights vote to suspend Belarus’ rights under the treaty.
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The international financial organization is a major shareholder in a British insurance company underwriting oil projects in Uganda and Tanzania that may impact a nature reserve and more than 120,000 people.

The international financial organization is a major shareholder in a British insurance company underwriting oil projects in Uganda and Tanzania that may impact a nature reserve and more than 120,000 people.
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Campaigners described the newly announced sponsorship deal as "greenwash, plain and simple".

Campaigners described the newly announced sponsorship deal as "greenwash, plain and simple".
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An investigative journalist shares her perspective after being arrested twice while reporting on resistance to the Bayou Bridge pipeline construction.
An investigative journalist shares her perspective after being arrested twice while reporting on resistance to the Bayou Bridge pipeline construction.
Analysis
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Analysis found links to Exxon, Koch Industries, and the US Chamber of Commerce, raising concerns about a potential “revolving door,” one campaigner said, between the insurance and fossil fuel industries.
Analysis found links to Exxon, Koch Industries, and the US Chamber of Commerce, raising concerns about a potential “revolving door,” one campaigner said, between the insurance and fossil fuel industries.
Analysis
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One expert called it a “systematic deceptive marketing campaign designed to interfere with the solution that is necessary to respond to the climate emergency: stopping fossil fuel production.”
One expert called it a “systematic deceptive marketing campaign designed to interfere with the solution that is necessary to respond to the climate emergency: stopping fossil fuel production.”
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Ironton residents blame environmental racism for Hurricane Ida's catastrophic damage to their historic Black community.
Ironton residents blame environmental racism for Hurricane Ida's catastrophic damage to their historic Black community.

Exposing Climate-Conflicted Bank Directors

The banks have provided over $30 billion to oil, gas and coal projects since the Paris Agreement was signed. Campaigner warns of “vested interests.”

The banks have provided over $30 billion to oil, gas and coal projects since the Paris Agreement was signed. Campaigner warns of “vested interests.”

The banks have provided over $30 billion to oil, gas and coal projects since the Paris Agreement was signed. Campaigner warns of “vested interests.”

The banks have provided over $30 billion to oil, gas and coal projects since the Paris Agreement was signed. Campaigner warns of “vested interests.”

The analysis comes as shareholders are preparing to vote on a range of progressive environmental resolutions at the banks' annual meetings.

The analysis comes as shareholders are preparing to vote on a range of progressive environmental resolutions at the banks' annual meetings.

The analysis comes as shareholders are preparing to vote on a range of progressive environmental resolutions at the banks' annual meetings.

The analysis comes as shareholders are preparing to vote on a range of progressive environmental resolutions at the banks' annual meetings.

Standard Bank has been involved in some of the largest and most controversial fossil fuel projects on the continent.

Standard Bank has been involved in some of the largest and most controversial fossil fuel projects on the continent.

Standard Bank has been involved in some of the largest and most controversial fossil fuel projects on the continent.

Standard Bank has been involved in some of the largest and most controversial fossil fuel projects on the continent.

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