BioenergyCCS & GeoengineeringCOP 21/COP 22/COP 23Food SecurityForests & DeforestationInternational Agencies & StudiesLow-Carbon TransitionSoil & Natural SequestrationA new study in the journal Nature Climate Change is breaking new ground in the debate about how to limit average global warming to ...
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Pipeline Roundup: Kinder Morgan Declares Project ‘Untenable’, Supreme Court Limits Provincial Retaliation, and Trudeau Touts Climate Action in ParisKinder Morgan CEO Steve Kean took another step back from the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, declaring the project “untenable” in light of the political ...
The climate-denying government of Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has pulled the plug on a six-year, A$90-million-dollar experiment with “clean” coal, reluctantly acknowledging the ...
BuildingsCanadaCitiesDemand & EfficiencyFinance & InvestmentLow-Carbon TransitionSub-National GovernmentsCalgary is taking advantage of new provincial legislation to introduce a Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) program that will allow homeowners to finance energy ...
More electric cars, better road safety, and lower greenhouse gas emissions are cornerstones of a sustainable mobility strategy announced last week by Quebec Premier ...
The Trudeau government is promising to do more to help Canada’s federal scientists feel truly free to speak to each other, and the public, ...
A small, rural school district in southwest Texas is introducing what may be the first wind turbine technician program for U.S. high school students, ...
The global cement industry will have to double down on greenhouse gas emission reductions to keep the goals of the Paris agreement within reach, ...
Climate Impacts & AdaptationFinance & InvestmentFood SecurityHealth & SafetyInternational Agencies & StudiesLow-Carbon TransitionSoil & Natural SequestrationSupply ChainsA sense of change and possibility was in the air earlier this month, when the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) held its second-ever ...
A failure to account for outsourced greenhouse gas emissions has allowed many jurisdictions to fudge their domestic carbon reduction numbers. But awareness of the ...
While Louisiana’s plans to shore up the Mississippi Delta by partially redirecting its river are being lauded, a new study published in the journal ...
When U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan retires from politics at the beginning of next year, he may end up handing his southeastern Wisconsin congressional ...
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