The trading division of China’s biggest food company signed a $2.1 billion loan that links all of its main financing lines to environmental targets.
France’s energy minister resigned after revelations he ordered a costly refurbishment of his private residence and splurged on lavish dinners using tax-payers’ money, as Emmanuel Macron moved to avoid a repeat of last year’s drawn-out saga over a disgraced bodyguard.
The House Select Committee on the Climate Crisis yesterday showed deep partisan divides on the question of reducing planet-warming emissions from transportation.
Democratic resistance to “keep it in the ground” is taking shape.
When it comes to climate change, Sen. Amy Klobuchar says she has a secret weapon none of her Democratic rivals can match — the ability to talk to the middle of the country about the threat of a warming planet.
The Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago is investigating how the Volkswagen AG emissions cheating scandal affected health outcomes in the United States.
A South Carolina Republican with a long history of pushing his party to create climate policy is mulling a primary challenge against President Trump.
The Department of Energy is looking for information to help energy companies steel themselves against the impacts of severe weather events.