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Exxon Destroyed Profit Records In 2022

What could dwarf Chevron's biggest-ever profits of $35.5 billion in 2022 — besides the mounting costs of climate-fueled disasters, of course? You guessed it: ExxonMobil's 2022 profits. Exxon cleared a net profit

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Methane Cloud Spotted Over New Mexico

New Mexico officials are investigating a methane cloud apparently released by oil and gas operations in the state's Permian oil and gas fields, Bloomberg reports. The methane gas, first discovered by a

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The Daily Wire Still Buying Google Ads

Google helped Ben Shapiro's Daily Wire spread climate disinformation online by selling the outlet millions of dollars of advertising, revealed a new report from the Center for Countering Digital Hate. By selling

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Clean Energy Investments Top $1 Trillion

Clean energy investments hit $1.1 trillion in 2022, roughly matching fossil fuels investment for the first time ever, according to a BloombergNEF analysis released Thursday. Clean energy investments, which include investments in

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Tongass National Forest Protections Restored

The Biden administration on Wednesday restored protections against roads and logging across more than half of Alaska's Tongass National Forest. Known for its bountiful salmon and breathtaking fjords, the massive trees of

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Seconds Closer to Midnight

The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists set its Doomsday Clock to 90 seconds to midnight on Tuesday — the closest the metaphoric clock has ever been to the apocalyptic hour. Originally conceived as

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Planning Key For Offshore Wind

Multiple reports highlight the need for strategic planning and investment in U.S. offshore wind energy resources. The U.S. could waste as much as $20 billion if it fails to strategically plan how

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Storms Hitting California Could Get Worse

As California's parade of storms comes to an end, the recovery from its devastation and reckoning with future, likely more extreme, deluges begins. President Biden surveyed the devastation on Thursday after expanding

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Ugandan Govt. Gives EACOP Key Approval

The Ugandan government approved a construction application for the East African Crude Oil Pipeline on Monday. The controversial pipeline would transport oil nearly 900 miles from Ugandan oilfields to a port on

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Data Centers Emissions Down In Virginia

Republicans in Virginia are working to block or undo climate action and clean energy development on multiple fronts. For the second consecutive year, Republicans in the commonwealth's legislature seek to undo Virginia's

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Cycling Advocates Commute, Moon

More commuters are choosing e-bikes, saving time, stress and money in the process, NPR reports. "I just really hate driving. The sitting and the being stuck and the waiting is just really

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Make Way For Coal!

Police forcibly removed the protesters desperately trying to block the demolition of Luetzerath, Germany to make way for a coal mine, including prominent climate activist Greta Thunberg on Saturday.  The last two

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Amazon Employees Call For Aid To Pakistan

More than 800 Amazon employees have petitioned the company to elevate its response to climate change through aid to Pakistan, NBC reports. “Amazon’s success and scale comes with a broad responsibility,” the

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Regions of California Get Heavy Snow

California's iconic redwoods may not really mind (and generally benefit from) the repeated deluges of rain pummeling California, snakes — especially those that live or hid underground — certainly do. "Rapidly rising

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Floodwaters Ravage California

The sixth atmospheric river, of an expected nine, slammed California with even more destruction, and the worst is yet to come. The strongest storm yet — of the barrage responsible for the

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