Reuters has the latest on the legal saga over Chevron’s liability for pollution in Ecuador and a lawyer under fire for allegedly fraudulent tactics against the oil giant.
The National Park Service (NPS) is walking back comments that showcased doubts about whether natural gas development can help battle climate change, acknowledging they “did not receive appropriate review.”
Environment Oregon said the bill would scale back key environmental protections.
The outgoing mayor might use his fortune to help elect climate change hawks to Congress.
The state is asking the Obama administration for more time to comment on the plan.
Al Gore, like former White House colleague Bill Clinton, has sworn off meat, fish and dairy products.
The Democratic senator says a new NRC policy could impede congressional probes.
The proposed site is 2,230 feet below the surface and less than one mile away from Lake Huron, which is shared by the Canadian province of Ontario and Michigan.
Teaming with investment advisers to sway universities, pension funds and institutional investors, students are attempting to make a stand against oil-and-gas companies.
The Energy Department said the rule could save consumers up to $23 billion and cut emissions of carbon dioxide from electric motors by roughly 400 million metric tons over a 30-year span of motor shipments.