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U.N. Secretary General António Guterres: Use coronavirus crisis to make fossil fuel industries 'pay'

Guterres has an op-ed in today’s New York Times arguing that the fights against the virus and climate change should be joined into one six-point “climate positive” plan.
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Boris Johnson's climate-change dilemma

Boris Johnson, who previously described the effect of global warming as the planet being swaddled in "a tea cosy," has been accused of a lack of seriousness.

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Pete Buttigieg and climate change: Democratic candidate says GOP will face a ‘reckoning‘

The South Bend mayor pulled out one of his favorite rhetorical tricks, insisting that it’s immoral not to support progressive policies.
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Joe Biden accused of plagiarizing parts of climate-change plan

Joe Biden released his plan to combat climate change on Tuesday and was promptly accused of plagiarizing parts of the proposal.
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Todd Myers: Climate change & progressives’ environment hypocrisy - conservatives should step in

As the Left becomes more detached from responsible and effective environmental solutions, conservatives should confidently fill the void.
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(From Denial-ville):  Climate change frenzy clouds our judgment

Climate change is crowding out concern for, and resources from, all sorts of other problems that have far more immediate effects.
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Peter Dykstra: Protected by an alphabet soup of acronyms

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