- Many Texans think fossil fuel companies should pay for climate change, poll findsMost Americans — even in the oil rich state of Texas — say fossil fuel companies should foot the bill for rising temperatures, worsening natural disasters and other damages spurred by climate change, according to new survey by Yale University.
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- It may cost $35 billion to save coastal towns in North Carolina, study saysIt could cost almost $35 billion to protect coastal communities in North Carolina from rising sea levels, according to a new study from an environmental advocacy group.
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- California’s wildfires may be the best thing to happen to home batteriesPacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) may leave millions of Californians in the dark this summer. The alternative is worse.
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- New details raise further questions about San Francisco journalist raidOn Friday, May 10, police officers took a sledgehammer to the front gate of Bryan Carmody, a freelance journalist and stringer in San Francisco. Once they got into his home, they cuffed him for five and a half hours and took away his phones and computers.
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- The big corporate shift on climate changeCorporate America is calling on Congress to pass big climate policy in the most aggressive and united way since 2009. Driving the news: Companies across virtually all sectors of the economy, including big oil producers, are beginning to lobby Washington, D.C.
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