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The University of Toronto has been recommended from an advisory committee to ditch fossil fuel investments. Will other Canadian universities follow suit?
Alex Epstein challenges us to question what we view to be immoral and moral when it comes to fossil fuels.
Lester Brown explores the enormous strides and advancements of renewable energy around the world.
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