Business Groups Pushing Back Hard on SEC Emissions Reporting Proposal
Regulation
Business Groups Pushing Back Hard on SEC Emissions Reporting Proposal
2022-06-21 15:07:28
by Dan McCue

WASHINGTON — Business groups and corporate lobbyists were among those pushing back hardest as the deadline elapsed Friday on a Securities and Exchange Commission proposal that would require companies for the first time to disclose their carbon emissions and climate... Read More

Food for Thought: Agro Accounts for a Third of Global Emissions
Climate
Food for Thought: Agro Accounts for a Third of Global Emissions
2022-05-11 21:58:48
by Kate Michael

WASHINGTON — While manufacturing and industry processes are cited as responsible for emitting the most greenhouse gases, food systems also account for a hefty portion — 31% — of global emissions, and the U.S. and China, as food superpowers, are... Read More

Federal Facilities to be Retrofit With Climate-Resilient Technologies
Energy
Federal Facilities to be Retrofit With Climate-Resilient Technologies
2021-12-07 17:51:00
by Dan McCue

WASHINGTON — The Energy Department is providing $13 million in funding to retrofit 17 federal facilities across the country with renewable energy and other climate resilience technologies.  According to the department, these projects will lower energy costs and enhance the... Read More

DC Would Need to Plant 626K+ Trees Annually to Be Carbon Neutral
Climate
DC Would Need to Plant 626K+ Trees Annually to Be Carbon Neutral
2021-09-09 14:09:21
by Dan McCue

WASHINGTON -- The nation’s capital would need to plant 626,557 trees annually to be a carbon neutral city, a new study finds. The analysis, by comparethemarket.com, pegs Washington, D.C.’s annual carbon emissions at 3,132,786 pounds. It then calculated the number... Read More

Coalition of Cities and States Sues to Save Obama-Era Power Plant Emissions Rules
Climate
Coalition of Cities and States Sues to Save Obama-Era Power Plant Emissions Rules
2019-08-13 22:58:16
by Dan McCue

WASHINGTON - A coalition of 22 states and seven major cities sued the Trump administration Tuesday in a bid to prevent it from dismantling an Obama-era regulation that established national limits on the carbon emissions from coal-fired power plants. In... Read More

San Francisco Mayor Unveils 100 Percent Renewable Power Plan for City’s Downtown
Energy
San Francisco Mayor Unveils 100 Percent Renewable Power Plan for City's Downtown
2019-04-24 23:32:22
by Dan McCue

San Francisco could become the first city in the United States in which large commercial property owners use only renewable energy under a plan unveiled by Mayor London Breed earlier this week. She and city supervisors Vallie Brown and Ahsha... Read More

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