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Fossil Fuel Emissions Will Break Records in 2023 - The Messenger

Fossil Fuel Emissions Will Break Records in 2023 - The Messenger | Agents of Behemoth | Scoop.it

With emissions still rising, only a few years remain before the climate change goals of the Paris Agreement will be out of reach...

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A loophole in the Montreal Protocol lets U.S. facilities pollute - The Washington Post

A loophole in the Montreal Protocol lets U.S. facilities pollute - The Washington Post | Agents of Behemoth | Scoop.it

A perceived loophole in the Montreal Protocol has led U.S. factories to emit gases that damage the ozone layer and contribute to climate change.

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'Highway to hell': Inside the battle to save the world from climate change - RawStory.com

'Highway to hell': Inside the battle to save the world from climate change - RawStory.com | Agents of Behemoth | Scoop.it

The World Leaders Summit at the UN Climate Change Conference, known as COP27, kicked off Monday in Egypt, where UN Secretary-General António Guterres warned that the earth is on a “highway to climate hell,” and framed the battle to stop climate change as a battle of human survival.

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Climate Change Accelerates as Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reach Record Highs - VOA News

Climate Change Accelerates as Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reach Record Highs - VOA News | Agents of Behemoth | Scoop.it

World Meteorological Organization says emissions saw the highest recorded year-on-year increase from 2021 to 2022

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'Time to make them pay': Internal docs further expose Exxon - Raw Story

'Time to make them pay': Internal docs further expose Exxon - Raw Story | Agents of Behemoth | Scoop.it

Previously unreported documents published on the front page of The Wall Street Journal Thursday show that ExxonMobil continued to work behind closed doors to cast doubt on climate science, even after the company publicly acknowledged the link between fossil fuel-driven greenhouse gas emissions and climate change in 2006.

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