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We’re evolving and expanding globally to keep up with the evolution of climate science denial.

We’re evolving and expanding globally to keep up with the evolution of climate science denial.
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The Kichwa people of the Ecuadorian Amazon continue to fight for their right to access safe water and food.

The Kichwa people of the Ecuadorian Amazon continue to fight for their right to access safe water and food.
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Lord Peter Lilley has been proposed as a member of a new parliamentary environmental committee.

Lord Peter Lilley has been proposed as a member of a new parliamentary environmental committee.
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Global declines in coal powered electricity are being offset by China's continued plans to build more coal-fired power generation capacity.

Global declines in coal powered electricity are being offset by China's continued plans to build more coal-fired power generation capacity.
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In December, The New York Times published a story revealing how ExxonMobil and other oil companies had paid a public relations firm named FTI to build “news” and information websites falsely sugge...
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On the evening of January 6, 2021, the day of the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol, former coal mining executive Don Blankenship, who ran against Donald Trump as a third-party candidate in the 2020...
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This article was updated on March 3, 2021 to include updated numbers in a new SEC filing. ExxonMobil announced a $19.3 billion write-down on Tuesday, a big hit to a company reeling from depressed ...
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Another high-profile figure has taken a stand against the institution’s perceived conflict of interest
Another high-profile figure has taken a stand against the institution’s perceived conflict of interest

The Kichwa people of the Ecuadorian Amazon continue to fight for their right to access safe water and food.

The Kichwa people of the Ecuadorian Amazon continue to fight for their right to access safe water and food.
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Lord Peter Lilley has been proposed as a member of a new parliamentary environmental committee.

Lord Peter Lilley has been proposed as a member of a new parliamentary environmental committee.
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Global declines in coal powered electricity are being offset by China's continued plans to build more coal-fired power generation capacity.

Global declines in coal powered electricity are being offset by China's continued plans to build more coal-fired power generation capacity.
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How Luke Cole and an Alaskan community spearheaded a landmark climate lawsuit against fossil fuel giants — and helped empower other marginalized communities to stand up for themselves.

How Luke Cole and an Alaskan community spearheaded a landmark climate lawsuit against fossil fuel giants — and helped empower other marginalized communities to stand up for themselves.
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In December, The New York Times published a story revealing how ExxonMobil and other oil companies had paid a public relations firm named FTI to build “news” and information websites falsely sugge...
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On the evening of January 6, 2021, the day of the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol, former coal mining executive Don Blankenship, who ran against Donald Trump as a third-party candidate in the 2020...
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This article was updated on March 3, 2021 to include updated numbers in a new SEC filing. ExxonMobil announced a $19.3 billion write-down on Tuesday, a big hit to a company reeling from depressed ...
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Another high-profile figure has taken a stand against the institution’s perceived conflict of interest
Another high-profile figure has taken a stand against the institution’s perceived conflict of interest

Louisiana’s Cancer Alley Communities at Risk

Higher rates of COVID-19 infection and death have been found in people living in a stretch between New Orleans and Baton Rouge lined with over a hundred refineries and petrochemical plants.

Higher rates of COVID-19 infection and death have been found in people living in a stretch between New Orleans and Baton Rouge lined with over a hundred refineries and petrochemical plants.

Higher rates of COVID-19 infection and death have been found in people living in a stretch between New Orleans and Baton Rouge lined with over a hundred refineries and petrochemical plants.

Higher rates of COVID-19 infection and death have been found in people living in a stretch between New Orleans and Baton Rouge lined with over a hundred refineries and petrochemical plants.
“It took courage for Senator Cassidy to vote against Trump,” Sharon Lavigne, the founder of the faith-based grassroots organization RISE St. James, said about the Louisiana Republican after the imp...
“It took courage for Senator Cassidy to vote against Trump,” Sharon Lavigne, the founder of the faith-based grassroots organization RISE St. James, said about the Louisiana Republican after the imp...
The disproportionate toll that COVID-19 is taking on the Black community brought environmental justice issues to the forefront during 2020. Calls for dealing with climate change and environmental j...
The disproportionate toll that COVID-19 is taking on the Black community brought environmental justice issues to the forefront during 2020. Calls for dealing with climate change and environmental j...

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FTI Consulting Background FTI Consulting (NYSE: FCN) describes itself as “an independent global business advisory firm dedicated to helping organizations manage change, mitigate risk and resolve ...
American Petroleum Institute (API) Background Based in Washington DC, the American Petroleum Institute (API) is the largest trade association for the oil and gas industry, representing over ...