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Release: Over 25% more fossil fuel lobbyists than last year, flooding crucial COP climate talks

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636 fossil fuel lobbyists have been registered to the COP27 climate talks, affiliated with some of the world’s biggest polluting oil and gas giants. 

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Protest scene; people holding signs saying Kick Big Polluters Out
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When: Thursday November 10th at 9:00 AM
Where: Action Zone 

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 Kick Big Polluters Out
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Pascoe Sabido of the Corporate Europe Observatory shares the ongoing campaign to kick big polluters out of the COP and how global climate justice movements can join in.

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The Big Con
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How big polluters are advancing a “net zero” climate agenda to delay, deceive, and deny.

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Drawing of UN agencies shaking hands with big business
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How the private sector is capturing the UN Food, Biodiversity and Climate Summits.

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This submission is made as part of the process to strengthen observer engagement in the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.

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Man standing in front of flaring oil well
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There are more delegates at COP26 associated with the fossil fuel industry than from any single country, analysis shared with the BBC shows.

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Friends of the Earth
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The false climate solutions that are on the table at the UN climate talks in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt. 

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Dirty Energy bets on unproven ‘carbon removals’ to keep fossil fuels flowing.

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Coca Cola logo crossed out
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Coca-Cola’s sponsorship of COP27, sparked an online backlash and highlighted broader concerns about corporate lobbying and influence.