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Climate change report from IPCC a ‘code red for humanity’, United Nations chief warns

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Australian deputy PM won’t sign up to net zero emissions by 2050 without seeing cost

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Barnaby Joyce says Australia needs low-emission coal stations and backs nuclear power

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Fracking Dumps Millions of Gallons of Toxic Chemicals Into Gulf of Mexico

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E.P.A. Approved Toxic Chemicals for Fracking a Decade Ago, New Files Show

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Five Asian countries account for 80% of new coal power investment

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Australia drops to bottom of UN climate action ladder

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Coalition granted $21m to Liberal party donor to frack Beetaloo Basin

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“Reality is coal is around for a long time”, says Resource Minister

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Keith Pitt slammed for Territory fracked gas cash splash