The European Union is bolstering its €14 trillion ($17 trillion) economy against damage caused by the impacts of climate change, from droughts to floods and forest loss.
By taking meat off the menu at school canteens, the ecologist mayor of one of France’s most famously gastronomic cities has kicked up a storm of protest and debate as the country increasingly questions the environmental costs of its meaty dietary habits.
President Biden’s first bilateral meeting with Canada’s Justin Trudeau since taking office was high on policy and low on pomp and featured a very large swipe at Biden’s predecessor as the coronavirus forced the two leaders to convene virtually Tuesday rather than gathering with customary Oval Office fanfare.
Toyota Motor Corp. launched an ambitious smart city demonstration project this week that the 83-year-old automaker hopes will accelerate its transition from a climate laggard to a clean technology and mobility leader.
California’s first cap-and-trade auction of 2021 sold out, generating almost $647 million for climate programs.
The acting head of the Securities and Exchange Commission is expanding the agency’s efforts to push public companies to be transparent about the threats they face from climate change.
A Texas emergency management official yesterday assailed a federal proposal to reduce disaster relief in future years, saying it would be “devastating” to the state and its communities.
Days before a historic snowstorm crippled his home state, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott (R) sought advice from an unusual source: Joe Bastardi, the go-to weather forecaster of Fox News host Sean Hannity.
The Senate yesterday confirmed Linda Thomas-Greenfield as U.S. ambassador to the United Nations — deepening the bench of foreign policy veterans President Biden has charged with advancing his overseas climate agenda.
New calculations by the electric power industry show it can mount the most ambitious carbon dioxide emissions-cutting plan in U.S. history.