Steve Horn

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Steve Horn is a former Research Fellow and writer for DeSmog and a freelance investigative journalist based in San Diego, CA. He currently works as a climate reporter and producer for The Real News Network.

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The unsubstantiated claim has resurfaced in recent months as pressure has grown for the UK to embrace the controversial gas extraction technique.

The unsubstantiated claim has resurfaced in recent months as pressure has grown for the UK to embrace the controversial gas extraction technique.
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Campaigners fear the financial sector may be the biggest beneficiary of new quality standards for carbon credits.

Campaigners fear the financial sector may be the biggest beneficiary of new quality standards for carbon credits.
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As billions in federal funds start flowing to state orphan well programs, a DeSmog investigation raises questions about whether oil-friendly states will put industry interests ahead of the environment.

As billions in federal funds start flowing to state orphan well programs, a DeSmog investigation raises questions about whether oil-friendly states will put industry interests ahead of the environment.
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The bill would have required the state’s two enormous public pension funds to divest from fossil fuels, but it was squashed by a Democrat who has taken money from oil and gas companies.

The bill would have required the state’s two enormous public pension funds to divest from fossil fuels, but it was squashed by a Democrat who has taken money from oil and gas companies.
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The extreme weather events afflicting the subcontinent, made more likely by climate change, show the need to wind down oil, gas and coal use as soon as possible, argue Basav Sen and Tejal Mankad from the People vs. Fossil Fuels coalition.

The extreme weather events afflicting the subcontinent, made more likely by climate change, show the need to wind down oil, gas and coal use as soon as possible, argue Basav Sen and Tejal Mankad from the People vs. Fossil Fuels coalition.
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The company is currently seeking an estimated £31.7 billion worth of subsidies from the UK government for a similar project.

The company is currently seeking an estimated £31.7 billion worth of subsidies from the UK government for a similar project.
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Michael Hintze, an Australian hedge fund manager, will join several other climate sceptics in the House of Lords.

Michael Hintze, an Australian hedge fund manager, will join several other climate sceptics in the House of Lords.
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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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The congressional stop in Louisiana over the Juneteenth weekend will inform an ambitious environmental justice bill a long time in the making.

The congressional stop in Louisiana over the Juneteenth weekend will inform an ambitious environmental justice bill a long time in the making.
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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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The unsubstantiated claim has resurfaced in recent months as pressure has grown for the UK to embrace the controversial gas extraction technique.

The unsubstantiated claim has resurfaced in recent months as pressure has grown for the UK to embrace the controversial gas extraction technique.
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Campaigners fear the financial sector may be the biggest beneficiary of new quality standards for carbon credits.

Campaigners fear the financial sector may be the biggest beneficiary of new quality standards for carbon credits.
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As billions in federal funds start flowing to state orphan well programs, a DeSmog investigation raises questions about whether oil-friendly states will put industry interests ahead of the environment.

As billions in federal funds start flowing to state orphan well programs, a DeSmog investigation raises questions about whether oil-friendly states will put industry interests ahead of the environment.
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The bill would have required the state’s two enormous public pension funds to divest from fossil fuels, but it was squashed by a Democrat who has taken money from oil and gas companies.

The bill would have required the state’s two enormous public pension funds to divest from fossil fuels, but it was squashed by a Democrat who has taken money from oil and gas companies.
Opinion
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The extreme weather events afflicting the subcontinent, made more likely by climate change, show the need to wind down oil, gas and coal use as soon as possible, argue Basav Sen and Tejal Mankad from the People vs. Fossil Fuels coalition.

The extreme weather events afflicting the subcontinent, made more likely by climate change, show the need to wind down oil, gas and coal use as soon as possible, argue Basav Sen and Tejal Mankad from the People vs. Fossil Fuels coalition.
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The company is currently seeking an estimated £31.7 billion worth of subsidies from the UK government for a similar project.

The company is currently seeking an estimated £31.7 billion worth of subsidies from the UK government for a similar project.
on

Michael Hintze, an Australian hedge fund manager, will join several other climate sceptics in the House of Lords.

Michael Hintze, an Australian hedge fund manager, will join several other climate sceptics in the House of Lords.
on

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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The congressional stop in Louisiana over the Juneteenth weekend will inform an ambitious environmental justice bill a long time in the making.

The congressional stop in Louisiana over the Juneteenth weekend will inform an ambitious environmental justice bill a long time in the making.
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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.