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  • Earth Day at 50 – what the environmental holiday means today

    Earth Day at 50 – what the environmental holiday means today0

    The millions of people who demonstrated on the first Earth Day wouldn’t look out of place in an Extinction Rebellion rally or youth climate strike today. Their chants and banners – decrying pollution, war and waste – are familiar, but 50 years have passed since April 22 1970. What can activists today learn from the

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  • Oil lobby group asks for environmental laws to be suspended due to coronavirus

    Oil lobby group asks for environmental laws to be suspended due to coronavirus0

    A leaked letter from Canada’s largest oil and gas lobby to the country’s government has revealed more than 30 requests to suspend environmental regulations, laws and policies due to the coronavirus pandemic. The Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP) made the requests over 13 pages to members of prime minister Justin Trudeau’s cabinet, in a letter reported

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  • a great environmental folly that could have been avoided

    a great environmental folly that could have been avoided0

    New York Mayor Bill de Blasio has declared that skyscrapers made of glass and steel “have no place in our city or our Earth anymore”. He argued that their energy inefficient design contributes to global warming and insisted that his administration would restrict glassy high-rise developments in the city. Glass has always been an unlikely

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