Theodore Whyte

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Theodore Whyte is a freelance environmental journalist and audio producer based in Sussex, England.

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A new report claims central banks “failed to prevent” approximately $3.8 trillion worth of financial flows going to the fossil fuel industry between 2016 and 2020.

A new report claims central banks “failed to prevent” approximately $3.8 trillion worth of financial flows going to the fossil fuel industry between 2016 and 2020.
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The initial announcement that the oil company would sponsor primetime coverage was met with a powerful backlash from environmental campaigners.

The initial announcement that the oil company would sponsor primetime coverage was met with a powerful backlash from environmental campaigners.
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Oil and gas producers are “trying to have their cake and eat it” by backing 2050 net zero emissions targets but dismissing a recent landmark report by the International Energy Agency, analysis claims.

Oil and gas producers are “trying to have their cake and eat it” by backing 2050 net zero emissions targets but dismissing a recent landmark report by the International Energy Agency, analysis claims.
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If adopted, the draft law would mean individuals could be prosecuted in the International Criminal Court for causing ‘widespread or long-term damage to the environment’.

If adopted, the draft law would mean individuals could be prosecuted in the International Criminal Court for causing ‘widespread or long-term damage to the environment’.
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A new report claims central banks “failed to prevent” approximately $3.8 trillion worth of financial flows going to the fossil fuel industry between 2016 and 2020.

A new report claims central banks “failed to prevent” approximately $3.8 trillion worth of financial flows going to the fossil fuel industry between 2016 and 2020.
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The initial announcement that the oil company would sponsor primetime coverage was met with a powerful backlash from environmental campaigners.

The initial announcement that the oil company would sponsor primetime coverage was met with a powerful backlash from environmental campaigners.
on

Oil and gas producers are “trying to have their cake and eat it” by backing 2050 net zero emissions targets but dismissing a recent landmark report by the International Energy Agency, analysis claims.

Oil and gas producers are “trying to have their cake and eat it” by backing 2050 net zero emissions targets but dismissing a recent landmark report by the International Energy Agency, analysis claims.
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If adopted, the draft law would mean individuals could be prosecuted in the International Criminal Court for causing ‘widespread or long-term damage to the environment’.

If adopted, the draft law would mean individuals could be prosecuted in the International Criminal Court for causing ‘widespread or long-term damage to the environment’.