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Five companies agree to pay $7.2 million for polluting two Ohio creeks - ABC News

Five companies agree to pay $7.2 million for polluting two Ohio creeks - ABC News | Agents of Behemoth | Scoop.it

Five companies have agreed to pay the federal government more than $7.2 million overall to resolve claims stemming from longstanding pollution in two adjacent creeks in the Maumee River watershed in northwestern Ohio...

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‘Major’ Problem in Texas: How Big Polluters Evade Federal Law and Get Away With It - Inside Climate News

‘Major’ Problem in Texas: How Big Polluters Evade Federal Law and Get Away With It - Inside Climate News | Agents of Behemoth | Scoop.it

Industrial developers describe facilities as “minor” polluters to avoid federal permitting requirements, and environmental lawyers say the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality lets it happen.

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One in four billionaire Cop28 delegates made fortunes from polluting industries | Cop28 | The Guardian

One in four billionaire Cop28 delegates made fortunes from polluting industries | Cop28 | The Guardian | Agents of Behemoth | Scoop.it

Exclusive: analysis by Oxfam raises concerns about influence wielded by ultra-rich mega-emitters at summit...

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Why refineries continue to emit dangerous pollution on Gulf Coast - The Washington Post

Why refineries continue to emit dangerous pollution on Gulf Coast - The Washington Post | Agents of Behemoth | Scoop.it

The Biden administration vowed to protect Gulf Coast communities from dangerous pollution. But refineries continue to exceed safe levels.

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Residents rejoice as plans for polluting plant abandoned after 8-year controversy: 'We will continue to fight' - The Cool Down

Residents rejoice as plans for polluting plant abandoned after 8-year controversy: 'We will continue to fight' - The Cool Down | Agents of Behemoth | Scoop.it

The Allegheny Energy Center project, which was being developed by Chicago-based company Invenergy, would have brought a natural gas plant to Elizabeth Township.

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