Trump’s Climate Deniers Fiddle While the World Burns

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By David Doniger, Natural Resources Defense Council The concentration of carbon dioxide in the earth’s atmosphere, driven by burning coal, oil, and gas, hit almost 410 parts per million in 2018 and surged to nearly 415 parts per million this May—the highest levels in 3 million years. The...
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New NAFTA Limits Labeling for Food and Workplace Chemicals

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By Sharon Anglin Treat, Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy With 34 chapters, 13 Annex agreements, 14 side letters and nearly 2,000 pages of text, you wouldn’t think there could be a consistent theme across the entirety of the New NAFTA, also known in the U.S. as the United...
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