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- As the G20 talks commence, the new international "Climate Pariah" Donald Trump is going to come under intense pressure from the G20 to reconsider pulling out of the Paris Climate agreement.
- Never has the paradox been greater. Whilst the most powerful politician in the world is a climate denier, scientists are now warning that we have just three years to start making radical reductions to greenhouse gases.
- After that paranoid, delusional babble in the Koch-sponsored Rose Garden last week, Trump has united and energized the global climate movement like never before. The critical question is this: How do we build more political power, and how do we win?
- These are dizzying days. Our best advice is to stay woke, and pay attention. As we prepare for a day that will revolve around Trump’s Rose Garden speech to Make America Guzzle&Gush Again, it is worth taking a moment to focus on the amazing events in the background over the last few days: Kinder Morgan’s...
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- America First? Trump just put America Last in the coming clean energy economy. So ends the so-called ‘American century’ of leadership. The decision to withdraw from the Paris Climate Agreement will go down in history as one of the most short-sighted, destructive, and malicious decisions of any American President ever.
- As the world waits for Donald Trump to make a decision on whether he will pull the US out of the UN Paris climate agreement, the Financial Times asks a simple question: “Might the world be better off if the US simply left?”
- There are reports that Trump has already made up his mind to pull out of the UN Paris climate agreement
RELEASE: Oil Change International responds to G7 failure on fossil fuel subsidies, G6 recommitment to Paris AgreementFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 27, 2017 CONTACT: Alex Doukas, alex [AT] priceofoil.org Reaction: G7 leaders cave in the face of fossil fuel cronyism, fail to recommit to ending fossil fuel subsidies by 2025 In response to the G7 Leaders’ Communiqué released today, where world leaders failed to reaffirm their commitment to phase out fossil fuel subsidies...
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- Despite vocal commitments to help tackle climate change, six key multilateral banks (MDBs) financed over $7 billion in coal, oil, and gas projects in 2015, and funded a total of $83 billion in fossil fuels from 2008-2015.
Fossil Fuel Finance at the Multilateral Development Banks: The Low-Hanging Fruit of Paris ComplianceA new analysis finds that six major multilateral development banks provided over $7 billion in public financing for fossil fuels in 2015, and over $83 billion in financing for fossil fuels from 2008 to 2015, despite public claims of the urgent need for action on climate.
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