The U.K. government’s official adviser on climate change is set to recommend the country adopt a target to drive net fossil fuel emissions to zero by 2050, according to people familiar with the plan.
At a farm outside Las Vegas, a herd of pigs feasts on lobster, sausage links and beef. In town, people at a community center sit for a dinner that may include sliders and truffle mac and cheese.
Three months after groundbreaking, Tesla Inc. is rushing to complete its multibillion-dollar factory on the outskirts of Shanghai to capitalize on growing demand in the world’s largest electric-car market.
New York state lawmakers are taking a closer look at proposals to pull state pension investments in fossil fuel companies.
Washington state lawmakers killed a proposed tax increase that state officials sought to provide hundreds of millions of dollars to fight and prevent wildfires.
The nation’s capital plans to either retrofit or remove by 2050 all buildings that are at a high risk from climate impacts.
Buoyed by $55 million from the Rockefeller Foundation and Miami philanthropist Adrienne Arsht, the Atlantic Council said yesterday it will work to bring resilience solutions to 1 billion people, or just under an eighth of the world’s population, by 2030.
Every wind turbine installed in the United States could make us more vulnerable to Chinese threats.
Part of Antarctica’s Ross ice shelf — the largest ice shelf in the world — appears to be melting 10 times faster than the ice around it. And researchers say a new process, one that was only rarely considered by scientists in the past, is the likely culprit.