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    “Clean Air Act Can’t Really Be Used to Protect Clean Air Now,” Says Leading Environmentalist

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  • “The week that changed America”

    05:59
  • Combatting the GOP-Packed Court of Minority Rule

    12:43
  • Climate activists shift focus after SCOTUS ruling

    06:04
  • Gina McCarthy reacts to Supreme Court EPA ruling: ‘We have to find creative ways around it, and we will.’

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  • The fallout from Supreme Court's ruling on EPA

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  • SCOTUS' Major Blow To Biden's Climate Agenda

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  • Displaced by Force The Alarmingly Increasing Number

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  • Hayes: We must pay attention to ‘urgent crisis’ of extreme heat events 

    03:45
  • The right cares about climate change when it allows them to be racist 

    05:28
  • New Docuseries Uncovers What the Oil Industry Knew Decades Ago about Climate Change

    05:02
  • Trymaine Lee: Black fishing community faces potential extinction as Louisiana loses 'a football field of its coastline every 100 minutes' 

    06:34
  • Water bottle company accused of greenwashing claims 'environmental puffery'

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  • Velshi: Banning Russian oil & gas won’t solve the climate crisis until there’s an alternative to fossil fuels

    04:29
  • Fmr. Secy. John Kerry: Climate crisis ‘not a Democrat or Republican issue,’ but a ‘universal’ problem ‘we all have an interest in seeing resolved’

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  • Fmr. Secy. John Kerry: ‘Temporary’ drilling will bring ‘economic stability’ necessary for transition to ‘clean energy economy’

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  • Meet the Press Reports: U.S. cities look abroad for climate solutions

    02:58
  • Biden having to walk and chew gum at same time on energy: EPA administrator

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  • Meghan O’Sullivan: Since the war started, Europe has paid ‘almost $40 billion’ to Russia for oil, gas

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  • UK interview gives "Don't Look Up" vibes

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How humans impact climate change

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Jim Butler, Director of Global Monitoring for NOAA’s Earth System Research Laboratory, demonstrates some of the ways humans might be contributing to climate change.