U.S. Interior Secretary David Bernhardt told a panel of U.S. lawmakers on Wednesday that he has not lost sleep over record amounts of carbon dioxide recorded in the Earth's atmosphere, which scientists warn are altering the global climate. (Reuters Politics) More
THE LIGHTBULB. David Bernhardt, secretary of the Department of the Interior, in his office in Washington. (Bonnie Jo Mount/The Washington Post).
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Many publications report on reaction to the Labour Party's plans, if elected, to renationalise the energy network. Reuters reports that UK energy network firms ...
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Mexicos government ordered schools in and around Mexico City to be closed on Thursday in an extraordinary step taken due to elevated levels of pollution in t..
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(Reuters) - U.S. Interior Secretary David Bernhardt told a panel of U.S. lawmakers on Wednesday that he has not lost sleep over record amounts of carbon ...
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