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India’s government has raised taxes, required graphic warnings on packages, and barred smoking scenes in films as it seeks to reduce tobacco use and fight related illnesses that kill a million Indians annually.
At an Earth Day celebration Saturday in Washington, the company responsible for the popular smartphone game will pledge to enlist the rotund electronic birds into a different endeavor: raising awareness about climate change.
A congressional drafting error and clunky phrase is putting a second of President Barack Obama’s signature endeavors in jeopardy. This time it’s climate change.
The Environmental Protection Agency is concerned that a House proposal to reform the nation’s toxic chemical laws could “delay evaluations for some of the most dangerous chemicals indefinitely,” a top official said Tuesday.
Health Canada is looking into re-labelling glyphosate, a popular weed killer. The agency found that more caution could be taken to ensure that agricultural workers were not overexposed to it.
The plan is for a meticulously planned metropolis complete with gleaming towers, drinking water on tap, automated waste collection and a dedicated power supply - luxuries to many Indians.
The City of Vancouver has hired an outside lawyer to pursue a possible lawsuit over the bunker-fuel spill in its harbour last week, to ensure it recovers the money it has had to spend.
A group of environmentalists and elected officials renewed their call Tuesday for a broader cleanup of the upper-Hudson River as a final year of dredging looms.
Federal legislation introduced Tuesday would give the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service more oversight to restore the Delaware River Basin.
Australian environmental groups have “major concerns” the company behind a uranium mine in Kakadu national park will not be able to afford the clean-up costs when it stops production.
The biggest U.S. tobacco companies filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Food and Drug Administration Tuesday, challenging its effort to assert authority over labels on tobacco products.
Following Florida's lead, Wisconsin becomes the latest state to squelch its employees' words, and work, on a topic Republicans are trying to avoid.
TV weathercasters are more convinced than ever climate change is happening and that human activities are a major contributor suggest the results of a new report.
From New Delhi to Berlin, Narendra Modi has called for India to take a leading role in the “pressing global problem” of climate change, including lifestyle moves like bicycling and leaving street lights off on full-moon nights.
Japan's greenhouse-gas emissions rose to the second-highest on record in the year ended March 2014, revised government figures showed on Tuesday, reflecting a rise in coal-fired power after the indefinite closure of nuclear power plants.
Critics say the American Legislative Exchange Council is doing one thing while now saying another, to stop the exit of high-profile members.
Billionaire hedge fund manager and green power advocate Tom Steyer is taking Gov. Scott Walker to task, accusing the Republican presidential hopeful of being a pawn for fossil fuel interests and a climate change denier.
Cheap oil, cheap natural gas and increasingly cheap renewables are ushering in an era of abundant energy — an energy renaissance — at a time when a changing climate demands that energy be used more efficiently and be as low-carbon as possible.
German energy companies say that construction of over half the country’s planned power plants could be scuppered if the country goes ahead with a leaked plan to set emissions budgets for the country’s biggest polluters.
Harvard University President Drew Faust convened a panel yesterday led by seven experts on climate policies and energy sources and anchored by a star of the journalism world, Charlie Rose.