Canadian legislators are aiming to phase out single-use plastics such as straws, coffee lids, shopping bags, and straws within the next two years.
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Asian governments are stepping up their support for coal-fired power plants, handing a lifeline worth $64 billion a year to an industry struggling to maintain investment from private investors.
Burberry Group PLC has set targets to cut greenhouse gas emissions in its bid to become carbon neutral in operational energy use by 2022.
The lower chamber of Britain’s Parliament approved a move to toughen targets on fossil fuel pollution, setting a goal of reaching a level of net zero by 2050.
A new report is urging countries in South and Southeast Asia to reverse their plans for coal-fired power plant expansion in favor of renewable energy.
The head of Puerto Rico’s disaster recovery office assailed the Federal Emergency Management Agency yesterday, telling lawmakers that the agency has delayed the territory’s recovery and marginalized its role in rebuilding from the devastation caused by Hurricane Maria in 2017.
A 32-year-old man in rural Germany disrobed and ran through the freezer section of a supermarket to cool off, one of the least severe impacts of a record heatwave that’s bearing down on Europe.
California tomorrow will consider restricting many airport shuttles to electric or other nonpolluting models by 2035, a first-in-the-nation policy.
The 2019 Mississippi River flood fight is going to slog deep into the summer — and maybe much longer.