Brazil’s environment minister investigated for illegal logging cover-up

The Supreme Court authorised the federal police to investigate Ricardo Salles over suspicions of a ‘serious scheme’ to facilitate the export of illegal timber out of Brazil

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Electric grid sale presents rare opportunity for Rhode Island, clean energy advocates say

Silhouette of electric towers at sunset

Clean energy advocates want state officials to demand details on how PPL Corp. would accelerate the clean energy transition before approving its purchase of Narragansett’s electric distribution system.

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