European Council President Charles Michel hopped on a private jet for 72 of 112 official trips.
The California governor's oil profits cap is another blow to one of Sacramento's most formidable lobbying powers.

References to fossil fuels and meat consumption were removed from the report summary, while language bolstering controversial carbon removal technologies were added.

Three climate lawsuits are making their way to a prominent court in France. Its rulings cannot be appealed and may have ripple effects in the United States.
Experts warn that approving proposed coal mines across the country would cause almost 18 billion tonnes of greenhouse gas pollution to be emitted.

Campaigners said the UAE’s opposition to zero emissions by 2050 was “alarming” given the country will host Cop28 climate talks in December.

Ecological damage, risk of nuclear accident and the economic fallout from war all affect countries well beyond the conflict zone. How should the world deal with these borderless threats?

Green burials — the American standard until the Civil War — are coming back, as people ditch expensive caskets and decompose into the soil instead.
Oil companies will have to submit vast amounts of data on pricing and supply.
After saying Peace River temblors were natural, AER blames Obsidian Energy, raising big questions.
A "staggering volume" of PFAS are being injected into fracked wells.

A Clearfield-based mining company and two Conemaugh Township, Somerset County, landowners are seeking a zoning change that could pave the way for a strip mine near Jerome.

The fear of being sued for contributing to climate change was once confined to the boardrooms of oil and gas companies. Now those concerns are spreading to other corporations as the Biden administration prepares to release regulations that could expose the polluting liabilities of every large firm in the United States.

Australia is planning to put a ceiling on its national emissions in a major move that would force the country’s biggest polluters to decarbonise over time.

A 2021 survey of 1,115 Americans found that 87% believe it’s important for corporations to be transparent about their climate impacts.

As global efforts to combat climate change falter, climate activists have turned to local initiatives to rein in carbon emissions. A May vote on a city charter amendment has thrust El Paso into the fray.
Compostable food waste bin caddies are the main sustainable use for bioplastics at present. Almost all bioplastics are ending up in landfill.
The federal government has secured the support it needs to implement its central climate change commitment, after securing a deal with the Greens after months of safeguard mechanism negotiations. 
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