Archives for Politics
Last week, three U.S. Senators sent 100 letters to businesses and organizations requesting information to glean whether they were funding climate deniers.
Despite a veto that would have wiped out West Virginia's net metering law, the solar industry in West Virginia is close to kaput.
Kosovo celebrated its seventh anniversary since the proclamation of independence, amidst news of thousands of its citizens trying to leave the country for better economic conditions in the EU.
Environmental justice has been a small but vocal part of civil rights activism, and the solar industry could help--but a lack of diversity, some say, is getting in the way of progress.
Pope Francis' visit to Sarajevo could help putting an end to the limbo blocking Bosnia's society since over 20 years. Much will depend on his words, and actions.
The Obama administration issued an executive order that instructs the federal government to take climate change risks into account for future planning.
The city of Seattle is trying a strong-armed tactic to enforce its composting law, in an effort to boost food waste recycling in the city of 650,000.
The U.S. beef industry is livid that a USDA advisory panel may recommend a diet that is higher in plant foods and reduces its overall environmental impact.
A leading plastics trade group has announced it has collected enough signatures to put the California plastic bag ban to a vote in November 2016.
The odds are high this week that India will make a big announcement this week regarding its climate change agenda at the Lima climate change conference.
California will expand its cap-and-trade program in early 2015 by mandating refineries participate in the program. Is this a step forward for the state?
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