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What makes the 2020 election historic for climate change.

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The rising seas climate change has already locked in.

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U.S. Chamber of Commerce splits with Trump on emissions standards

Maintaining regulations gives the biggest players a competitive advantage.
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Amy Harder: Why climate change is so hard to tackle – Our stubborn energy system

Our dependence on fossil fuels has remained about the same for 30 years.
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The new social movement calling for action on climate change

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Joe Biden releases climate change plan for 2020 presidential election

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Inside John Kerry’s shadow diplomacy on climate change

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