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IL State Hearings and Transparency Needed on Nicor Gas Cost Hikes

Consumers are reeling over massive increases in Nicor Gas costs, and they can’t get answers because the system is rigged against them. Nicor Gas is owned by a massive conglomerate called Southern Gas, which has four gas subsidiaries serving 4.2 million customers. Nicor is the largest serving 2.2 million consumers in the northern third of the state, excluding Chicago. Nicor …

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Pakistan’s Sherry Rehman: A Leader for Climate Justice

Recently, we saw Climate Change Minister Sherry Rehman emerge as a strong proponent for climate justice. The UN Climate Change Conference COP27 in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt, saw her as a vocal advocate standing for Pakistan. Calling other countries to rethink their lifestyles, highlighting the vulnerable position of Pakistan and its inability in tolerating this dystopia, she defended her stance well. …

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Digital Storytelling Can be a Powerful Tool for Water Researchers

Traditional research outputs like journal articles don’t often give voice to communities’ stories.

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Diplomacy Watch: Divisions Flare in the West as Winter Looms

As energy prices rise and temperatures drop, the European public is feeling squeezed by the Ukraine war’s secondary effects.

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The Anarchist is Out and a General is In: What Next for Pakistan?

Pakistan cannot complete its political reset, and consequently an economic reset, without upholding the law and the constitution. It will have to start by restraining sections of the GHQ from its assertive political role.

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