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Industry-backed solutions and net zero targets are insufficient to slash agriculture’s emissions, some experts warn.

Industry-backed solutions and net zero targets are insufficient to slash agriculture’s emissions, some experts warn.
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United Nations distances itself from “distortive” and “biased” animal pharma livestock briefing that used UN sustainable food summit logo.

United Nations distances itself from “distortive” and “biased” animal pharma livestock briefing that used UN sustainable food summit logo.
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Dolphins killed during Ida’s storm surge are a reminder of how vulnerable Louisiana's marine life is to climate change. And locals worry a controversial river diversion project to increase the state’s marshland could make things even worse.

Dolphins killed during Ida’s storm surge are a reminder of how vulnerable Louisiana's marine life is to climate change. And locals worry a controversial river diversion project to increase the state’s marshland could make things even worse.
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Analysis published in scientific journal Nature has found that global oil and gas production has to peak immediately and fall by 3% each year until mid-century.

Analysis published in scientific journal Nature has found that global oil and gas production has to peak immediately and fall by 3% each year until mid-century.
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Under Trump, pension managers couldn’t consider climate change in their investment decisions. A new executive order by Biden could change that.

Under Trump, pension managers couldn’t consider climate change in their investment decisions. A new executive order by Biden could change that.
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Many climate plans rely on carbon capture and storage in some capacity to limit warming. But Chevron's latest struggles with an Australian project cast doubt on CCS as a reliable solution.

Many climate plans rely on carbon capture and storage in some capacity to limit warming. But Chevron's latest struggles with an Australian project cast doubt on CCS as a reliable solution.
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"The alarm bells are deafening, and the evidence is irrefutable: greenhouse gas emissions from fossil fuel burning and deforestation are choking our planet and putting billions of people at immediate risk."

"The alarm bells are deafening, and the evidence is irrefutable: greenhouse gas emissions from fossil fuel burning and deforestation are choking our planet and putting billions of people at immediate risk."
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The IPCC is getting ready to release its first big update on the state of the global climate since 2013. Get up to speed on the process and why it matters.

The IPCC is getting ready to release its first big update on the state of the global climate since 2013. Get up to speed on the process and why it matters.
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A major power plant has avoided paying around €30 million under Europe’s Emissions Trading System by reporting less pollution than is likely.

A major power plant has avoided paying around €30 million under Europe’s Emissions Trading System by reporting less pollution than is likely.
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Campaign group Culture Unstained argues the museum has adopted the oil industry’s tactics of “deflect and deny.”

Campaign group Culture Unstained argues the museum has adopted the oil industry’s tactics of “deflect and deny.”
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Industry-backed solutions and net zero targets are insufficient to slash agriculture’s emissions, some experts warn.

Industry-backed solutions and net zero targets are insufficient to slash agriculture’s emissions, some experts warn.
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United Nations distances itself from “distortive” and “biased” animal pharma livestock briefing that used UN sustainable food summit logo.

United Nations distances itself from “distortive” and “biased” animal pharma livestock briefing that used UN sustainable food summit logo.
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Dolphins killed during Ida’s storm surge are a reminder of how vulnerable Louisiana's marine life is to climate change. And locals worry a controversial river diversion project to increase the state’s marshland could make things even worse.

Dolphins killed during Ida’s storm surge are a reminder of how vulnerable Louisiana's marine life is to climate change. And locals worry a controversial river diversion project to increase the state’s marshland could make things even worse.
Analysis
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Analysis published in scientific journal Nature has found that global oil and gas production has to peak immediately and fall by 3% each year until mid-century.

Analysis published in scientific journal Nature has found that global oil and gas production has to peak immediately and fall by 3% each year until mid-century.
Opinion
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Under Trump, pension managers couldn’t consider climate change in their investment decisions. A new executive order by Biden could change that.

Under Trump, pension managers couldn’t consider climate change in their investment decisions. A new executive order by Biden could change that.
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Many climate plans rely on carbon capture and storage in some capacity to limit warming. But Chevron's latest struggles with an Australian project cast doubt on CCS as a reliable solution.

Many climate plans rely on carbon capture and storage in some capacity to limit warming. But Chevron's latest struggles with an Australian project cast doubt on CCS as a reliable solution.
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"The alarm bells are deafening, and the evidence is irrefutable: greenhouse gas emissions from fossil fuel burning and deforestation are choking our planet and putting billions of people at immediate risk."

"The alarm bells are deafening, and the evidence is irrefutable: greenhouse gas emissions from fossil fuel burning and deforestation are choking our planet and putting billions of people at immediate risk."
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The IPCC is getting ready to release its first big update on the state of the global climate since 2013. Get up to speed on the process and why it matters.

The IPCC is getting ready to release its first big update on the state of the global climate since 2013. Get up to speed on the process and why it matters.
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A major power plant has avoided paying around €30 million under Europe’s Emissions Trading System by reporting less pollution than is likely.

A major power plant has avoided paying around €30 million under Europe’s Emissions Trading System by reporting less pollution than is likely.
Opinion
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Campaign group Culture Unstained argues the museum has adopted the oil industry’s tactics of “deflect and deny.”

Campaign group Culture Unstained argues the museum has adopted the oil industry’s tactics of “deflect and deny.”