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fossil fuels

Canada and Saudi Arabia stood out as the most prolific amongst their economic peers.
McGill says it’s taking other steps to reduce its carbon footprint.
In the 1990s, Imperial Oil issued dire warnings about global warming and then denied it was happening at all.
A UN report blames "ambitious national plans" and "government subsidies to producers" for growing global oil production.
There are better ways to fund a transition away from fossil fuels.
These institutions should be fostering our move to a renewable energy future with research and innovation
Even large diversified mining companies are getting out of the business of coal.
If you are feeling discouraged, lost or anxious, let it be a catalyst.
Thanks to advancements in biofuel, we finally may find a way to keep our hunger for oil-based energy alive while ensuring we keep the environment safe.
Not only are these subsidies utterly useless from an economic point of view, they are destructive to the environment.