Shell's clean energy advertising campaign is misleading, UK watchdog says
A marketing campaign by oil major Shell has been banned by the U.K.’s advertising watchdog Wednesday for implying a big proportion of its business was in low carbon energy even though fossil fuels make up the “vast majority” of its operations.
US Army Corps revokes permit for Minnesota mine, cites threat to downstream tribe's water standards
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has revoked a crucial federal permit for the proposed NewRange Copper Nickel mine in northeastern Minnesota, saying the permit did not comply with the water quality standards set by a sovereign downstream tribe.
Brazil's Lula lays out plan to halt Amazon deforestation, make country "global reference" on climate
Brazil’s President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva has unveiled a plan to end illegal deforestation in the Amazon, a critical step in addressing the country’s significant carbon emissions from the region.
This deadly disease thrives in warmer waters, creating an uncertain future for marine life
A deadly disease is thriving in warmer waters, creating an uncertain future for the Florida coast. Now, the government is putting aside differences to effect change. Volunteers are making a huge impact, as well.
Honeybee health blooms at federal facilities across the country
While judges, lawyers and support staff at the federal courthouse in Concord, New Hampshire, keep the American justice system buzzing, thousands of humble honeybees on the building’s roof are playing their part in a more important task: feeding the world.
Biden orders 20-year ban on oil, gas drilling to protect tribal sites outside New Mexico's Chaco
The Biden administration is withdrawing hundreds of square miles in New Mexico from oil and gas production for the next 20 years on the outskirts of Chaco Culture National Historical Park that tribal communities consider sacred.