Congress is required to determine if a bill would add to the federal deficit prior to voting on it. But there is no such provision when it comes to climate change.
Author: Gina-Marie Cheeseman
ExxonMobil is trying to exclude a climate change proposal from this year’s proxy ballot, and if the oil and gas giant succeeds, its shareholders won’t be able to vote on the proposal at the company’s annual general meeting on May 25.
Supply chains represent a significant source of greenhouse gas emissions reductions and climate-related risks to companies. So, how are suppliers assessing and managing climate risks?
Cotton supports about 250 million people globally. But conventional cotton growing is just not sustainable. We spoke with Anita Chester, head of sustainable raw materials for the C&A Foundation, to find out more.
Two of the world’s largest fossil fuel companies are under fire for failing to disclose climate risk to their investors. What does it say about the SEC that they were able to get away with it for so long?
A Bay Area partnership seeks to learn more about the effects of California’s drought and find new ways to conserve, recycle and locally source water.
Gap, Inc. just set an ambitious climate change target: The clothing retailer wants to cut its absolute greenhouse gas emissions in half by the end of 2020, using last year as a baseline.
California Attorney General Kamala D. Harris launched an investigation into ExxonMobil for failing to report climate change risks to shareholders and lying to the public about those risks.
Shifting to a circular-economy system for plastics could generate $706 billion worth of economic opportunity, according to a new report released by the World Economic Forum and the Ellen MacArthur Foundation.
Not one of the 23 American oil and gas companies in the S&P 500 index included the potential impact of an international climate agreement in their most recent disclosures.
Florida Sen. Marco Rubio and former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush have both acknowledged that climate change exists. But both continue to dismiss climate change as an important issue, even as their home state faces its impacts head-on.
Most of the air pollution in this California region is caused by transportation emissions. So, why is its air district considering regulations for barbecue restaurants?