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favicon dailycamera.com —  2+ hour, 21+ min ago

Guest Opinion: Class and climate change: A wealth tax would justifiably target carbon-indulgent Boulder

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Guest Opinion: Class and climate change: A wealth tax would justifiably target carbon-indulgent Boulder  Boulder Daily Camera...

favicon csmonitor.com —  1+ hour, 28+ min ago

Gen Z's superpower may be turning fear into action

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Gen Z’s superpower may be turning fear into action  Christian Science Monitor...

favicon theguardian.com —  8+ hour, 56+ min ago

BlackRock's Larry Fink: climate policies are about profits, not being "woke'

theguardian.com > environment > jan

Investment fund manager says firms that do not plan for a carbon-free future risk being left behindLarry Fink, the chief executive of BlackRock, the world’s biggest investment fund manager, said pushing climate policies was about profits, not being “woke”.In his annual letter to CEOs , Fink said businesses, cities and countries that do not plan for a carbon-free future risked being left behind. He argued that the pursuit of long-term returns was the main driver behind climate policies, after being criticised for seeking to influence companies. Continue reading...... ...

favicon theguardian.com —  3+ hour, 18+ min ago

The Guardian view on water pollution: come clean on sewage | Editorial

theguardian.com > commentisfree > jan

If the water industry is to improve its dismal performance, regulators need to be open with the publicEnglish water companies have got used to pumping raw sewage into the sea and rivers. An investigation launched last year by the regulator, Ofwat, and the Environment Agency, is a chance to put things right. But there are worrying signs that this opportunity to shine a light is in danger of being missed. The refusal by the Environment Agency to reveal which 2,000 sewage treatment works in England are being looked at, and whether this will lead to delays in dealing with new complaints, ... ...

favicon dailymail.co.uk —  6+ hour, 12+ min ago

Support for the GOP surges from 9-point deficit to to 5-point lead

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Support for the GOP surges from 9-point deficit to to a 5-point lead in past year  Daily Mail...

favicon theguardian.com —  1+ day ago

Legal group challenges information blackout on sewage discharges in England

theguardian.com > environment > jan

Fish Legal calls for Environment Agency to reveal details on 2,000 sites under investigationA campaign group is challenging what it says is an information blackout imposed by the Environment Agency on its investigation into suspected illegal sewage dumping in England.The inquiry began after water companies admitted to the agency it may have been illegally discharging raw sewage from treatment works into rivers and streams. Continue reading...... ...

favicon news.yahoo.com —  4+ hour, 17+ min ago

'Weird but comfy': Passenger documents eight-hour flight with no other people on board

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‘Weird but comfy’: Passenger documents eight-hour flight with no other people on board  Yahoo News...

favicon theguardian.com —  4+ day ago

Dirty greenwashing: watchdog targets fashion brands over misleading claims

theguardian.com > business > jan

Companies may have to change how they advertise or face court if in breach of consumer protection lawFashion brands that make misleading claims about their environmental credentials face a crackdown by the competition watchdog as it targets greenwashing.Brands could be forced to change the way they advertise or face court action if they are found to have breached consumer protection law with spurious environmental claims. Continue reading...... ...

favicon theguardian.com —  6+ hour, 27+ min ago

I study crowds - that's why I know the police and crime bill will make us less safe | Stephen Reicher

theguardian.com > commentisfree > jan

Priti Patel’s crackdown on peaceful protesters ignores all the evidence about how to handle large demonstrationsOn the first day of 2022 – the hottest New Year’s Day on record – Priti Patel announced that cracking down on eco protesters would be one of her priorities for the year.It wasn’t simply rhetoric. The police, crime, sentencing and courts bill for England and Wales being debated in parliament provides the police with a dramatic extension to their powers to stop or constrain protest. It even contains a provision allowing police to fine protesters for inadvertent breaches of restrictions they “ought” to ... ...

favicon theguardian.com —  5+ hour, 40+ min ago

Government paying "eight times" over market price for Murray-Darling water buyback, environment groups claim

theguardian.com > australia-news > jan

Federal water minister allocates $126m to Murrumbidgee Irrigation for works it says will save just 7.4 gigalitres of waterGet our free news app; get our morning email briefingEnvironmental groups have accused the federal government of paying a record price to retrieve water for the environment by funding irrigators to make savings through efficiencies.The water minister, Keith Pitt, has announced the government will allocate $126m to Murrumbidgee Irrigation for works that it says will save just 7.4 gigalitres of water, and return 6.3 gigalitres to the environment.Sign up to receive an email with the top stories from Guardian Australia every morning Continue ... ...