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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.
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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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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Two fossil fuel exploration companies bet big on one of oil’s final frontiers, and found out how volatile it could be.

Two fossil fuel exploration companies bet big on one of oil’s final frontiers, and found out how volatile it could be.
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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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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.

65% of directors from the banks analysed had connections to polluting industries and obstructive lobby groups.

65% of directors from the banks analysed had connections to polluting industries and obstructive lobby groups.