The Supreme Court’s Obscure Procedural Ruling in Baltimore's Climate Case, Explained

The Supreme Court’s Obscure Procedural Ruling in Baltimore’s Climate Case, Explained

Everything you need to know about the Supreme Court's minor procedural ruling in the Baltimore climate case, and its potentially major implications.
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Big Oil, Big Profits, Big Brother

Big Oil, Big Profits, Big Brother

The multi-billion-dollar digital services Microsoft provides to the oil and gas industry could help delay the energy transition — and threaten worker privacy.
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Michigan Pipeline Fight Intensifies as Permit Deadline Nears

Michigan Pipeline Fight Intensifies as Permit Deadline Nears

Enbridge is defying Gov. Gretchen Whitmer's move to shut down the Line 5 underwater pipeline, which environmentalists and tribes fear could cause an environmental disaster.
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White House Removes Scientists After Rogue Climate Denial Publications

White House Removes Scientists After Rogue Climate Denial Publications

Papers promoting debunked views on climate science were published under the Office of Science and Technology Policy seal without approval. They've now been removed, along with their authors.
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As Border Wall Advances Across Sacred Lands, Native Activists Meet It With Prayer and Protest

As Border Wall Advances Across Sacred Lands, Native Activists Meet It With Prayer and Protest

Citing their rights to religious freedom, Kumeyaay and Tohono O'odham activists are using ceremony to try and slow border wall construction on their historic lands.
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Autodesk Is Screening Out Its Biggest Climate Critic

Autodesk Is Screening Out Its Biggest Climate Critic

French artist Joanie Lemercier has publicly challenged Autodesk to stop selling its design software to fossil fuel companies.
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The “Cycle of Oil as the Key Engine of the World Economy Is Finished,” Says U.N. Secretary General

The “Cycle of Oil as the Key Engine of the World Economy Is Finished,” Says U.N. Secretary General

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Humanity’s survival will be “impossible” without the United States rejoining the Paris Agreement and achieving “net zero” carbon emissions by 2050, as the incoming Biden administration has pledged, says Antonio Guterres in an exclusive interview.
Exxon Spends Millions on Facebook To Keep the Fossil Fuel Industry Alive

Exxon Spends Millions on Facebook To Keep the Fossil Fuel Industry Alive

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Aided by a right-wing political consulting firm, the company is rallying supporters to fight for oil and gas interests at every level of government. This story originally appeared in In These Times.
Alaska's Climate Candidate for Senate Won't Concede Until Every Vote Is Counted

Alaska’s Climate Candidate for Senate Won’t Concede Until Every Vote Is Counted

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Independent Al Gross, a fisherman and orthopedic surgeon, still hopes to upset incumbent Republican Sen. Dan Sullivan.
Trial of Attorney Who Fought Chevron’s Pollution in Ecuador Begins Monday

Trial of Attorney Who Fought Chevron’s Pollution in Ecuador Begins Monday

Steven Donziger may stand trial on criminal contempt charges without his own lawyer to represent him, after the judge denied his requests to postpone the case.
A South Bronx Climate Candidate Is Making Her Third Bid for State Assembly

A South Bronx Climate Candidate Is Making Her Third Bid for State Assembly

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In one of New York’s most polluted districts, a 29-year-old with bold visions for environmental justice hopes to unseat a 26-year incumbent.
Federal Judge: Rhode Island’s Climate Fraud Lawsuit Against Big Oil Belongs in State Court

Federal Judge: Rhode Island’s Climate Fraud Lawsuit Against Big Oil Belongs in State Court

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The U.S. 1st Circuit decision is the latest blow to Big Oil's attempts to fend off accountability and damages for decades of climate disinformation.