All News Articles for 2016-04-20

Wednesday, April 20, 2016
DCI Group Subpoenaed in Expanding Exxon Climate Denial Investigation
'The scope of the problem we are facing. . . is massive and it requires a multistate effort,' said New York Attorney General Schneiderman.
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Does Paris Climate Deal Provide Enough Nails to Seal Fossil Fuel Industry's Coffin?
More than 150 nations set to sign COP21 climate agreement on Friday, but many questions remain
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The 'Absolutely Disturbing' New Normal: Earth Just Smashed Another Climate Record
'Global temperature records are piling up,' says NOAA
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In Saudi Arabia, Obama Urged to Address Repression, Executions, Civilian Deaths
'I urge you to put human rights at the heart of your agenda,' an Amnesty International director appealed to President Obama
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Groups to Obama: Declare Climate Emergency, Ban Crude Oil Exports
"The president has the legal authority to reverse the terrible mistake he made in approving the end to the longstanding ban on crude exports."
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Revealed: After Big Oil Pressure, EU Dropped Key Environmental Measures
'Arm-twisting tactics of Big Oil' exposed in letter sent from BP executive to EU energy commissioner
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Is Obama Objection to 9/11 Bill Attempt to Prevent Lawsuits for US Overseas Terrorism?
Obama said legislation would mean 'opening up the United States to being continually sued by individuals in other countries.'
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Climate Change Has All But Destroyed Great Barrier Reef, Study Confirms
More than 90 percent of world's largest living ecosystem has been hit by "severe" coral bleaching
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Hundreds Drown Trying to Reach Europe in 2016's Deadliest Migrant-Related Disaster Yet
UN reports that as many as 500 refugees drowned off the coast of Libya in a fatal shipwreck last week
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Landmark UN Session Falling Short of Lofty Goal to End War on Drugs
One glimmer of hope was Canada's announcement, on Wednesday, that it will introduce a bill to legalize marijuana in 2017
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'Only the Beginning': Three Face Criminal Charges in Flint Water Crisis
Two employees of the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality and one city employee charged in lead poisoning disaster
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Tuesday, April 19, 2016
'There's No Place Like Home': Clinton and Trump Declared Primary Winners in New York
Frontrunners of both parties enjoy victories in the state they both call home
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