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Later this year, some of the world’s leading scientists and environmentalists will gather in Paris to discuss global climate change — and some of the biggest oil companies also want a say in these negotiations. According to a May 26 Christian Science Monitor article, major oil producers like Total, Eni, Saudi...

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A small Canadian Aboriginal community recently rejected a $1.5 billion payment that would have allowed the construction of a natural gas pipeline through the group’s lands, marking yet another setback for the Canadian energy industry’s efforts to increase fossil fuel exports. According to the New York Times, a group led...

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Federal authorities raided a business in Houston on April 17 as part of an international investigation, resulting in two arrests. According to officials, a total of nine individuals have been indicted for allegedly shipping state-of-the-art microelectronics that can be used to to build surface-to-air and cruise missiles. “The nine...

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