“While the Super Bowl was being played in a stadium that is projected to experience significant flood risks if climate change continues to go unabated and sea levels continue to rise, we weren’t surprised to see large oil and gas companies funding high-dollar Super Bowl ads perpetuating a disinformation campaign to keep states tied to dirty fossil fuels,” said Jennifer Walling, executive director of the Illinois Environmental Council. “Now is the time to unite behind bold climate solutions, not double down on destructive fuels sources that we don’t need or want in Illinois.”
The Super Bowl Ad Chicagoans Should Be Talking About, But Probably Didn’t Even Notice
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Rather than each state receiving a formula-driven amount of funds — much like how last year’s major infrastructure law operates — the states that will
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