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It could be the toughest job in mining. Whoever replaces Simon Thompson as chair of Rio Tinto Group will face a raft of complex and problematic global issues — not least relations with its biggest customer and shareholder, China.
A key legislative committee on Wednesday advanced Democratic Gov. Ned Lamont’s effort to have Connecticut formally adopt the regional Transportation and Climate Initiative Program, but the bill received pushback from Republicans and small-business advocates who warn it could end up being another expense for motorists and business owners.
More than 1 million people who buy flood insurance from the federal government will see their premiums drop next year under a new system that will end decades of overpayments by making insurance rates more accurately reflect a property’s flood risk, officials said yesterday.
At the world’s biggest certified organic dairy, cow manure management accounts for about 18% of its carbon footprint and animal feed about 14% while retailers keeping milk cold in refrigerators makes up 9%.
Enormous lakes atop the Greenland ice sheet have a habit of suddenly vanishing: One moment they’re there, and the next they’re rapidly draining through holes in the ice.
Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker is a Republican with a climate record that would make most Democrats envious. He signed the first state contract for offshore wind, pushed to establish a cap-and-trade program for cars and recently affixed his name to a net-zero climate bill.