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HILL ENERGY BRIEFING: Democrats Optimistic for Methane Fee Agreement

Democrats yesterday expressed confidence that a methane pollution fee on oil and gas companies in House Democrats’ tax and spending bill would survive, despite rumblings it could get thrown out—similar to what happened with a clean energy program aimed at utilities, Kellie Lunney reports.

Saudi Arabia and Russia Go on the Offense at Climate Talks

After years of being on the defensive, Saudi Arabia and Russia, the world’s top two oil exporters, have switched to a more active posture in global negotiations to avert climate change. The tactics have changed, but the strategy is the same: protect fossil fuel demand for as long as possible.

Getting to Net Zero Means a Race to Scale Up Renewables

As global leaders prepare for climate talks in Glasgow, there’s a growing urgency to cut down reliance on polluting fossil fuels to limit the worst effects of global warming. For that effort to be successful, clean energy will have to grow rapidly to make up the difference.

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The Long Fight for Environmental Justice Continues

Environmental justice gained traction in the late 1970s and early 1980s. Forty years later, impacted communities still have limited legal options to combat negative environmental impacts.

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