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Industry's Climate Obstructionism Exposed in Guardian's ‘Big Oil Uncovered’

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18 California children are suing the EPA for failing to protect them from climate change. The lawsuit is one of many efforts to hold the fossil fuel industry to account that reporter Dharna Noor highlights in a series for the Guardian US called “Big Oil Uncovered.” We’ll talk about the strategies oil and gas companies are using to delay or avoid action on climate change — and how California is responding.

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Big Oil Uncovered


Dharna Noor, fossil fuels and climate reporter, The Guardian US

Ethan Elkind, director, the Climate Program at the Center for Law, Energy and the Environment at UC Berkeley School of Law; host, the Climate Break podcast


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