Neela Banerjee

Insight Climate News

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Energy and climate reporter with Insight Climate News; former energy and environmental policy reporter for the Los Angeles Times

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For decades, scientists at Exxon knew the Earth's climate was warming, and the oil giant made business decisions based on their predictions.

Did Exxon Deceive the World about Global Warming?

For decades, scientists at Exxon knew the Earth's climate was warming, and the oil giant made business decisions based on their predictions.

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While actress Daryl Hannah and Sierra Club officials  were committing civil disobedience  outside the White House last month, the  AFL/CIO  was holding a conference call with the …

The Keystone Pipeline Has the President Caught in the Middle

While actress Daryl Hannah and Sierra Club officials were committing civil disobedience outside the White House last month, the AFL/CIO was holding a conference call with the …

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When it comes to the environment and climate change, presidential candidate  Mitt Romney  has been saying what tea party activists want to hear: no mandates, taxes or regulations that…

Romney's Climate Change About-Face

When it comes to the environment and climate change, presidential candidate Mitt Romney has been saying what tea party activists want to hear: no mandates, taxes or regulations that…

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