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Andrew Ross Sorkin, New York Times (Tweet)
The venture aims to push climate-friendly businesses into the mainstream.
Lisa Friedman, New York Times (Tweet)
Activists are already calling on Democrats to take bold action
Henry Fountain, New York Times (Tweet)
Just half of the 22 available tracts of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge got bids, and big oil companies stayed away.
Tegan Hanlon, NPR (Tweet)
After a three year push by the Trump administration, almost no oil companies offered bids. Analysts point to controversary, low oil prices, and an incoming administration that opposes drilling.
Rachel Sugar, Vox (Tweet)
Food scholar Emily Contois’s new book explores the intersection of masculinity and marketing.
Why Big Tech will get a rough ride in 2021 Politico
Barbara Sprunt, NPR (Tweet)
He becomes the first Black person to be elected to the Senate from the state and the first Black Democratic senator from the South.
Eugene Scott, The Washington Post (Tweet)
Warnock, a Democrat and minister from Atlanta, is projected to win his Georgia Senate race over Sen, Kelly Loeffler (R).
Siobhán O'Grady, The Washington Post (Tweet)
For much of the world, the legacy of the pandemic will be impossible to untangle from the stark material inequities that worsened it, and that it exacerbated.
By Matt Friedman, Politico (Tweet)
By Shia Kapos, Politico (Tweet)