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The fossil fuel industry, smarting from a string of defeats in Oregon and Washington, is hoping to continue to expand in the face of the climate crisis, but without arousing opposition.

The fossil fuel industry, smarting from a string of defeats in Oregon and Washington, is hoping to continue to expand in the face of the climate crisis, but without arousing opposition.
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A spokesperson for the British Retail Consortium said the phase-out of Russian oil could not "happen all at once".

A spokesperson for the British Retail Consortium said the phase-out of Russian oil could not "happen all at once".
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We already know how to make good food the norm, and there's a willingness among the public to eat well. What we need is action, says Sustain’s Ruth Westcott.

We already know how to make good food the norm, and there's a willingness among the public to eat well. What we need is action, says Sustain’s Ruth Westcott.
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An environmental engineer and long-time Gulf Coast resident warns that increasing liquified natural gas exports "sows environmental destruction, benefits our adversaries, and pads the pockets of executives to the detriment of the average consumer."

An environmental engineer and long-time Gulf Coast resident warns that increasing liquified natural gas exports "sows environmental destruction, benefits our adversaries, and pads the pockets of executives to the detriment of the average consumer."
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Businessman John Mappin, who has called Russia’s attack on Ukraine a “gift” to the world, is a vocal ally of fringe anti-net zero group CAR26.
Businessman John Mappin, who has called Russia’s attack on Ukraine a “gift” to the world, is a vocal ally of fringe anti-net zero group CAR26.
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CalPERS says it needs to hold onto billions in fossil fuel shares in order to push polluters in the right direction – but a new report details a pattern of voting against climate proposals.
CalPERS says it needs to hold onto billions in fossil fuel shares in order to push polluters in the right direction – but a new report details a pattern of voting against climate proposals.
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Researchers and industry experts are sounding the alarm about the dangers that naturally occurring radiation in liquified natural gas could pose to workers and communities in the U.S. and Europe.
Researchers and industry experts are sounding the alarm about the dangers that naturally occurring radiation in liquified natural gas could pose to workers and communities in the U.S. and Europe.
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COP26 misinformation spike prompts call to rein in social media accounts that promote “delayism” and “junk science”.
COP26 misinformation spike prompts call to rein in social media accounts that promote “delayism” and “junk science”.

The fossil fuel industry, smarting from a string of defeats in Oregon and Washington, is hoping to continue to expand in the face of the climate crisis, but without arousing opposition.

The fossil fuel industry, smarting from a string of defeats in Oregon and Washington, is hoping to continue to expand in the face of the climate crisis, but without arousing opposition.
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A spokesperson for the British Retail Consortium said the phase-out of Russian oil could not "happen all at once".

A spokesperson for the British Retail Consortium said the phase-out of Russian oil could not "happen all at once".
Opinion
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We already know how to make good food the norm, and there's a willingness among the public to eat well. What we need is action, says Sustain’s Ruth Westcott.

We already know how to make good food the norm, and there's a willingness among the public to eat well. What we need is action, says Sustain’s Ruth Westcott.
Opinion
Analysis
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An environmental engineer and long-time Gulf Coast resident warns that increasing liquified natural gas exports "sows environmental destruction, benefits our adversaries, and pads the pockets of executives to the detriment of the average consumer."

An environmental engineer and long-time Gulf Coast resident warns that increasing liquified natural gas exports "sows environmental destruction, benefits our adversaries, and pads the pockets of executives to the detriment of the average consumer."
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Santander, Boots, BMW and Centrica also feature among the top 20 UK pension plans without carbon neutral goals.

Santander, Boots, BMW and Centrica also feature among the top 20 UK pension plans without carbon neutral goals.
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Businessman John Mappin, who has called Russia’s attack on Ukraine a “gift” to the world, is a vocal ally of fringe anti-net zero group CAR26.
Businessman John Mappin, who has called Russia’s attack on Ukraine a “gift” to the world, is a vocal ally of fringe anti-net zero group CAR26.
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CalPERS says it needs to hold onto billions in fossil fuel shares in order to push polluters in the right direction – but a new report details a pattern of voting against climate proposals.
CalPERS says it needs to hold onto billions in fossil fuel shares in order to push polluters in the right direction – but a new report details a pattern of voting against climate proposals.
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Researchers and industry experts are sounding the alarm about the dangers that naturally occurring radiation in liquified natural gas could pose to workers and communities in the U.S. and Europe.
Researchers and industry experts are sounding the alarm about the dangers that naturally occurring radiation in liquified natural gas could pose to workers and communities in the U.S. and Europe.
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COP26 misinformation spike prompts call to rein in social media accounts that promote “delayism” and “junk science”.
COP26 misinformation spike prompts call to rein in social media accounts that promote “delayism” and “junk science”.
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.
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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