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Paul Tullis
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Los Angeles-based journalist covering stuff that matters
Los Angeles-based journalist covering stuff that matters

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One thing I'll miss about TakePart is working with Marc Herman. Here's the last #longform piece of his that I'll edit for the site. 

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This is a crazy story about how a Ferrari-driving lawyer named Hotman Paris Hutapea tried to destroy Indonesia's coal industry. Nevertheless, the world's 4th-largest country wants to grow it. The outcome will have huge ramifications for the world's climate. 

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While much of the developed world is breaking the coal habit, wealthy nations are selling expertise and helping to pay for poor countries like Bangladesh to adopt the dirty fuel, locking them in to emissions that will poison their populations for decades and threaten the stability of the earth’s climate. 

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Ending 50 years of guerrilla war sounds great until you realize the alternative could be unchecked oil and gas development in your pristine rainforest.

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Latest TakePart feature

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Two years after Deepwater Horizon, an explosion on an oil rig revealed continuing safety failures in the offshore oil & gas industry http://www.takepart.com/feature/2016/09/29/oil-rig-explosion-filipino-guest-workers

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Can pumping 9 billion gallons of water from beneath an arid national park ever be a good idea? Some renewable energy advocates think so.

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Don't want a mosque in your town? Just change the zoning regulations! They're doing it across Europe, and it's alienating Muslims, and making it more difficult for community leaders and authorities to monitor extremist speech. http://www.takepart.com/feature/2016/07/01/europes-war-against-mosques?cmpid=pt-gp

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Latest TakePart feature on #refugeecrisis  

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