Sara Sneath

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Sara Sneath is an investigative climate reporter and fact checker based in New Orleans. She has reported on energy in the Gulf South for 10 years, including for such outlets as The Washington Post, ProPublica, and The Guardian. Find her on Twitter @SaraSneath.

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The Saguaro Connector Pipeline threatens tribal sacred sites and could fuel the LNG boom, opponents say.

The Saguaro Connector Pipeline threatens tribal sacred sites and could fuel the LNG boom, opponents say.
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Following street rallies that outnumbered New Orleans conference delegates, President Joe Biden announced a pause on new LNG exports.

Following street rallies that outnumbered New Orleans conference delegates, President Joe Biden announced a pause on new LNG exports.
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Members of Sunrise Movement New Orleans call out industry leaders for destructive LNG export buildout in the state.

Members of Sunrise Movement New Orleans call out industry leaders for destructive LNG export buildout in the state.
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Oil producers are largely calling the shots on how, and how long, they watch for leaks from underground CO2 storage sites, according to a new Environmental Integrity Project analysis.

Oil producers are largely calling the shots on how, and how long, they watch for leaks from underground CO2 storage sites, according to a new Environmental Integrity Project analysis.
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Strikers are seeking justice for victims of a 2016 toxic spill in Vietnam, caused by the Taiwan-based company.

Strikers are seeking justice for victims of a 2016 toxic spill in Vietnam, caused by the Taiwan-based company.
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While tax subsidies allay financial concerns about carbon capture and storage (CCS), key questions remain about the controversial technology and whether it’s able to reduce carbon emissions.

While tax subsidies allay financial concerns about carbon capture and storage (CCS), key questions remain about the controversial technology and whether it’s able to reduce carbon emissions.
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Calcasieu Pass’s unusually long testing phase allows the facility to emit more toxins while making huge earnings.

Calcasieu Pass’s unusually long testing phase allows the facility to emit more toxins while making huge earnings.
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Documents reveal air monitoring detected carcinogens from burning petroleum; residents with respiratory issues file lawsuit.

Documents reveal air monitoring detected carcinogens from burning petroleum; residents with respiratory issues file lawsuit.
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Recent industrial disaster at Louisiana’s Marathon refinery shows how difficult it is to get information during dangerous events.

Recent industrial disaster at Louisiana’s Marathon refinery shows how difficult it is to get information during dangerous events.
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Indigenous leaders and community activists say the proposed expansion sacrifices health, safety, and culture for profit.

Indigenous leaders and community activists say the proposed expansion sacrifices health, safety, and culture for profit.