Thomas Catenacci

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Oversight Republicans Probe Biden-Backed Solar Firm Over Its Political Donations To Democrats

Top Republicans on the House Oversight Committee opened a probe into a possible pay-to-play scheme that allegedly resulted in a…

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Failed Obama Rail Project Collapses, Nigeria Purchases Unused Trains

A Nigerian city purchased two trains intended for a high-speed rail line in Wisconsin more than a decade after the…

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Oil Prices To Have Another Volatile Year, Top Energy Agency Projects

Oil prices are poised to have another unsteady year as increasing demand, low supply and pandemic uncertainty continue to send…

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World’s Biggest Asset Manager Says Climate Investments Are About Money, Not Being ‘Woke’

The head of BlackRock, the world’s largest asset manager, said the firm’s investments in clean energy enterprises are ultimately about…

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Scientists Actually Forced To Say Blotting Out The Sun To Stop Global Warming Is A Bad Idea

Dozens of policy experts and scientists issued an open letter Monday urging governments and the United Nations to restrict solar…

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Largest US Oil Producer Vows Net Zero Emissions By 2050

ExxonMobil, the largest American producer of crude oil, outlined its plan Tuesday to achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2050,…

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China’s Xi Vows To ‘Work With’ Other Nations On Climate Change After Skipping UN Climate Summit

Chinese President Xi Jinping promised his support to ongoing global climate change mitigation efforts despite his absence from the recent…

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World’s Largest Plastic Producers Ask UN For Global Treaty To Curb Plastic Pollution

A coalition of the world’s largest producers and users of plastic led by Coca Cola and PepsiCo urged the United…

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Senators Introduce Bipartisan Legislation To End US Reliance On Chinese Minerals

A Republican and Democratic senator introduced legislation Friday that aims to end U.S. reliance on rare-earth metals sourced from and…

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Energy Department To Recruit Workers To Fight Climate Change In Largest Expansion Since 1977

The Department of Energy (DOE) announced Thursday that it would begin hiring 1,000 employees for its so-called Clean Energy Corps…

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