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The Canadian author has cited S. Fred Singer, an American physicist who argued climate change was natural, after telling podcast host Joe Rogan that climate change could not be modelled accurately.

The Canadian author has cited S. Fred Singer, an American physicist who argued climate change was natural, after telling podcast host Joe Rogan that climate change could not be modelled accurately.
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The farming body has registered as a 'non-commercial' organisation on the newly updated EU Transparency Register, meaning it does not have to declare its lobbying spend.

The farming body has registered as a 'non-commercial' organisation on the newly updated EU Transparency Register, meaning it does not have to declare its lobbying spend.
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Speak up, identify the stakes, and use language that inspires action and combats right-wing messaging, says climate communications expert Genevieve Guenther.

Speak up, identify the stakes, and use language that inspires action and combats right-wing messaging, says climate communications expert Genevieve Guenther.
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America’s largest oil firm claims its history of publicly denying the climate crisis is protected by the first amendment.

America’s largest oil firm claims its history of publicly denying the climate crisis is protected by the first amendment.
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Ahead of a race for a seat on the Texas Railroad Commission, two new reports document the agency’s failure to track harmful emissions and failing infrastructure.
Ahead of a race for a seat on the Texas Railroad Commission, two new reports document the agency’s failure to track harmful emissions and failing infrastructure.
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For years, top advertising and PR firms have profited by helping the fossil fuel industry spread misinformation, set up front groups, promote false solutions, and obstruct climate action. Climate scientists are demanding PR firms part ways with climate deniers
For years, top advertising and PR firms have profited by helping the fossil fuel industry spread misinformation, set up front groups, promote false solutions, and obstruct climate action. Climate scientists are demanding PR firms part ways with climate deniers
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Science historian Ben Franta unpacks some of the most critical documents exposing what the fossil fuel industry knew and when they knew it.
Science historian Ben Franta unpacks some of the most critical documents exposing what the fossil fuel industry knew and when they knew it.
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Behind the push for hydrogen lies a sprawling network of lobby groups, PR firms and consultancies, many of them funded by oil and gas companies.
Behind the push for hydrogen lies a sprawling network of lobby groups, PR firms and consultancies, many of them funded by oil and gas companies.

The Canadian author has cited S. Fred Singer, an American physicist who argued climate change was natural, after telling podcast host Joe Rogan that climate change could not be modelled accurately.

The Canadian author has cited S. Fred Singer, an American physicist who argued climate change was natural, after telling podcast host Joe Rogan that climate change could not be modelled accurately.
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The farming body has registered as a 'non-commercial' organisation on the newly updated EU Transparency Register, meaning it does not have to declare its lobbying spend.

The farming body has registered as a 'non-commercial' organisation on the newly updated EU Transparency Register, meaning it does not have to declare its lobbying spend.
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Speak up, identify the stakes, and use language that inspires action and combats right-wing messaging, says climate communications expert Genevieve Guenther.

Speak up, identify the stakes, and use language that inspires action and combats right-wing messaging, says climate communications expert Genevieve Guenther.
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America’s largest oil firm claims its history of publicly denying the climate crisis is protected by the first amendment.

America’s largest oil firm claims its history of publicly denying the climate crisis is protected by the first amendment.
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A new report catalogues 15,896 federal and state violations from more than 100 U.S. Chamber of Commerce members, including major fossil fuel companies.

A new report catalogues 15,896 federal and state violations from more than 100 U.S. Chamber of Commerce members, including major fossil fuel companies.
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Ahead of a race for a seat on the Texas Railroad Commission, two new reports document the agency’s failure to track harmful emissions and failing infrastructure.
Ahead of a race for a seat on the Texas Railroad Commission, two new reports document the agency’s failure to track harmful emissions and failing infrastructure.
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For years, top advertising and PR firms have profited by helping the fossil fuel industry spread misinformation, set up front groups, promote false solutions, and obstruct climate action. Climate scientists are demanding PR firms part ways with climate deniers
For years, top advertising and PR firms have profited by helping the fossil fuel industry spread misinformation, set up front groups, promote false solutions, and obstruct climate action. Climate scientists are demanding PR firms part ways with climate deniers
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Science historian Ben Franta unpacks some of the most critical documents exposing what the fossil fuel industry knew and when they knew it.
Science historian Ben Franta unpacks some of the most critical documents exposing what the fossil fuel industry knew and when they knew it.
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Behind the push for hydrogen lies a sprawling network of lobby groups, PR firms and consultancies, many of them funded by oil and gas companies.
Behind the push for hydrogen lies a sprawling network of lobby groups, PR firms and consultancies, many of them funded by oil and gas companies.
The ‘sustainability principles’ outlined in the document could in fact contribute to increased carbon emissions in the atmosphere, a policy analyst has claimed.
The ‘sustainability principles’ outlined in the document could in fact contribute to increased carbon emissions in the atmosphere, a policy analyst has claimed.
Responding to the analysis, Phil MacDonald, chief operating officer of Ember, said this was “exactly the kind of research that the UK government should be doing before it makes a decision on funding BECCS”. 
Responding to the analysis, Phil MacDonald, chief operating officer of Ember, said this was “exactly the kind of research that the UK government should be doing before it makes a decision on funding BECCS”. 
Environmentalists raise concern that a senior policy manager for the biomass producer may have had input on UK climate policy.
Environmentalists raise concern that a senior policy manager for the biomass producer may have had input on UK climate policy.

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