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“I don’t pay respect to the Black Lives Matter movement," he told SBS in a statement.
Kathleen Hartnett-White’s views on fossil fuels and pollution proved too extreme for even some Republicans.
It’s not listed on death certificates, but it’s still considered “one of the great killers of our age.”
The double-spired church was destroyed by a wrecking crew despite protests from activists.
I have no doubt that every Queenslander wants the Great Barrier Reef to be there for future generations.
Global carbon dioxide emissions from fossil fuels are surging again after staying flat for three years, climate scientists
Nicaragua, the other holdout, signed the deal last month in solidarity with nations already suffering from climate change.
Climate change is already taking a major toll on public health and threatening to reverse progress made over the past century
Renewable energy is now the cheapest form of new power.
It's all about four key seats near the proposed Carmichael Mine.
But there are three reasons the Federal Government keeps pushing it.
Glencore's Wandoan mine was granted three, 27-year development leases.
If governments are worried that there isn’t enough public enthusiasm for investment in renewable energy, then may we suggest
If governments are worried that there isn’t enough public enthusiasm for investment in renewable energy, then may we suggest
Emboldened by President Donald Trump's decision to pull out of the Paris Agreement on climate change, France rolled out ambitious
As several outlets note, the group points to basic math to rationalize the urgency of a target just three years away: The
The coal industry suffered a major blow on Wednesday when the utility giant Southern Company abandoned work on its troubled
While the U.S. flounders on environmental action and a growing number of cabinet officials out themselvesas climate deniers
WASHINGTON ― At least 79 people died in London's Grenfell Tower this month, in an inferno that safety experts have blamed