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Courtesy of the Steel Manufacturers Association (SMA) Washington, D.C. — Steel produced by electric arc furnace (EAF) steelmakers in the U.S. has a carbon intensity...

Clean Power

The first West African hydro-solar plant was deployed in Ghana in January, with technical support from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID)...

Climate Change

Over here in the US, much of the climate adaptation talk has to do with the familiar topic of infrastructure. Massive structures of concrete...

Clean Transport

What's new, exciting, and fun with the next generation of Formula E racers?

Agriculture

As I write this, it’s 83 degrees Fahrenheit in Washington, DC, and I can’t help but long for those years when I was a...

Climate Change

Consumers are watching corporations more than ever and identifying statements about environmental practices that may not be accurate. They're using the legal system to...

Climate Change

Canada ranks highly among the developed countries that have provided government support to the fossil fuel sector, but is this situation changing?

Clean Transport

Green Trucking: By May 2023, hauliers operating zero-emissions trucks must be given discounts of at least 50% on road tolls. EU member states have...

Fossil Fuels

Three Tips for the New US Methane Monitoring and Measurement Interagency Working Group The government is doubling down on climate change, and emissions transparency...

Cars

The Extreme E Count Us In Challenge offers teams and their fans the opportunity to demonstrate their commitment to a cleaner, healthier, thriving future...

Carbon Pricing

Arbitrary exemptions undermine integrity of the EU’s shipping laws, says T&E

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