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Massachusetts officials are urging residents to conserve water as drought conditions affect much of the state.
When the diplomatic emissaries of the Group of Seven nations met virtually late last month to prepare the ground for the leaders summit in June, one problem cropped up over and over again: what to do about China?
Maine officials said the state has received more than $4 million from an auction of carbon dioxide emission allowances during the first quarter of the year.
Central banks should be pushing major lenders to more aggressively address climate change, according to a survey of global financial-sector experts and leaders.
After taking over the helm of the world's biggest pension fund in 2015, Hiromichi Mizuno helped chart a course that not just made sustainable investing big in Japan, but also raised the strategy's global profile.
Military installations along storm-battered American coasts could see a surge in infrastructure spending as the Biden administration seeks to harden the Department of Defense against asymmetric threats like climate change.
The federal flood insurance program paid $1.2 billion in claims in 2020, breaking the $1 billion threshold for a record sixth consecutive year, according to an E&E News analysis of federal records.
John Kerry, President Biden's top climate diplomat, is on a mission to rally support from world leaders in the fight against global warming. Key to that effort is assuring other countries that the United States is willing to engage with the world's largest greenhouse gas emitter: China.
Much of Washington thinks bipartisanship is on life-support. But the White House isn't ready to declare it dead when it comes to climate change.
Norway's government, which oversees the world's biggest sovereign-wealth fund, expects climate and social issues to dominate investment decisions in the coming decades.
A desert city built on a reputation for excess and indulgence wants to become a model for restraint and conservation with a first-in-the-nation policy banning grass that nobody walks on.
A wide-ranging climate bill that requires Rhode Island to reach net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 was signed into law Saturday by Gov. Daniel McKee.
On a stormy summer day, the research ship Araon found itself frozen in a patch of Arctic sea ice. High winds howled around it.
U.S. regulators have some bad news for investors who are trying to do good things with their money: that ESG fund might not really be all that green or socially conscious.
Financing has been at the core of global negotiations to combat climate change, and the issue is expected to play a major role in a U.S.-led climate summit among 40 world leaders later this month. But President Biden's budget proposal released Friday would leave the United States playing catch-up on its climate commitments.
In recent years, Washington state has committed to zeroing out carbon emissions from power plants, greening commercial buildings, and eliminating a powerful warming gas used in air conditioning and refrigeration.
Muldrow Glacier, perched on the side of Alaska's highest peak, is on the move for the first time in more than 60 years.
President Biden's first budget proposal sketches a vision for greening the entire federal government, and it includes areas that have been traditional afterthoughts to climate policy, such as prisons.
East Africa's motorbike taxis are $3.5 million closer to mass electrification following an investment from Silicon Valley.
Denmark wants to spend 106 billion kroner ($17 billion) by 2035 on transport infrastructure projects that will have a combined neutral impact on emissions even as the Nordic nation is struggling with its ambitious climate targets.