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In the 01/13/2021 edition:

Even With a 50-50 Split, a Biden Administration Senate Could Make Big Strides on Climate

Democrats’ new edge opens the door to policy tools that can push through legislation. And bipartisan action is not out of reach.

The Georgia victories have given Democrats control of the Senate. But some ardent advocates of climate action are still pessimistic about how much progress can be made with a 50-50 split, in a chamber that has been inert on climate policy for more than a decade.



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The Senate’s New Point Man on Climate Has Been the Democrats’ Most Fossil Fuel-Friendly Senator

West Virginia's Joe Manchin once shot a hole in a climate bill in a campaign ad. People who know him say his views have since evolved.

Kingmaker. Linchpin. Occupier of the cat-bird seat.



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How the Trump Administration’s Climate Denial Left Its Mark on The Arctic Council

Talk of global warming was out, and relations among the eight countries that make up the council, once a highly collaborative group and a steady force for climate action, became dysfunctional.

For decades, through political tumult and changing global allegiances, the Arctic Council went about its business, producing groundbreaking scientific reports and hammering out binding agreements to ensure cooperation among its members and address climate change. 



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