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A Russian bioengineering experiment has abandoned plans to export 12 Alaska bison because of difficulty finding a company capable of making the journey.
French President Emmanuel Macron called for more climate-related financing yesterday at the One Planet Summit in New York City. He also said "concrete" adaptation projects need to be identified and funded more quickly.
At a high-stakes media event on climate policies, Alaska Gov. Bill Walker (I) declared that he would not raise the cost of energy on Alaskans.
If Senate Republicans plow ahead and confirm Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, the longtime jurist could have near-term impact on a slew of environmental cases.
Attorney Michael Avenatti has hit President Trump on extramarital affairs, hush money and sexual assault. Next up, climate change?
Standard Chartered PLC said it will stop financing new coal-fired power plants anywhere in the world as part of its commitment to supporting the Paris Agreement on climate change.
The famed Oregon Shakespeare Festival that brings tourists from all over the world to southern Oregon each year says it lost $2 million this summer because it had to cancel more than two dozen outdoor performances due to wildfire smoke.
Hurricane Florence was the nation's second rainiest storm in 70 years, a top rainfall meteorologist calculated.
The number of new oil, natural gas and chemical plants approved in Texas and Louisiana since 2016 could emit as much greenhouse gases as 11 coal-fired power plants, according to a new analysis.
Opponents of the California gas tax increase passed by state legislators last year yesterday proposed a new ballot measure for 2020 to provide money for road repairs and eliminate the state's $77 billion high-speed rail project.
Clean energy advocates are pushing California's gubernatorial candidates to take a stand on outgoing Democratic Gov. Jerry Brown's ambitious greenhouse gas and renewable goals.
A Montreal-based company that has pioneered the use of a small privately owned satellite to spot methane leaks plans to launch more of the microwave-sized greenhouse gas detectors into space.
President Trump's provocative trade moves dominated headlines this year, but yesterday another president threw down a gauntlet of his own: no deals for countries that don't comply with the Paris climate pact.
Candidates nationwide are making their closing arguments to voters six weeks before midterm elections — and they're often infusing green themes into their political ads.
Big oil companies publicly support carbon taxes. But an E&E News examination of hundreds of lobbying records reveals rare instances in which six of the largest corporations urged lawmakers to adopt the climate policy.
Bosses at a steelmaker in northwest Germany have ripped out old-style lighting in favor of LEDs, tinkered to make machinery more efficient and even locked staff into classrooms to teach them how to save energy.
Asian property developers are delving deeper into green loans, as shown by a recent deal tied to a premium office tower in a Singapore park.
Thirty-nine European banks agreed to test a new type of green mortgage under which borrowers ensure their properties abide by a suite of energy efficiency standards.
One of the world's largest investment management firms wants to incorporate climate science into its asset management.
The two biggest pension funds in the United States must disclose their climate-related risks, under legislation that California Gov. Jerry Brown (D) signed earlier this week.