In one of those interchangeable American office parks, where oceans of blacktop pool around lowrise grey-on-grey buildings, a gaggle of kids in white lab coats gathered to apply temporary burger tattoos, conduct mini science experiments, and await the arrival of a radically transformed food system.
Royal Dutch Shell, one of the world’s biggest oil companies, recently dropped out of a D.C. lobby group, saying its lack of support for the Paris Agreement to fight climate change is a "material misalignment" with Shell's stance.
Think of California as a kind of green Robin Hood. For six years now, it has been taking money from polluters and spending it to slash greenhouse gas emissions. Last year, the state spent US$1.4 billion on such efforts. So where’s did all that money go? Here's what a state can buy when it starts taxing polluters.
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, who filed multiple environmental lawsuits against President Donald Trump’s administration, stepped down Tuesday, a day after The New Yorker published accusations that he strangled and hit former girlfriends.