President Biden is looking to revive his climate agenda after a serious blow in congress over the weekend.
By Mark Sherman (AP)
In a blow to the fight against climate change, the Supreme Court on Thursday limited how the nation’s main anti-air pollution law can be used to reduce carbon dioxide emissions from power plants.
For millions of Americans, seasonal allergies are in full swing. New research shows climate change is making allergy season worse.
A new report on the impacts of climate change is out tonight, showing a worrying assessment of how rising temperatures will impact everyday life.
We’ve seen first hand the impacts of climate change and how they can be catastrophic. Now, scientists warn time is running out in the fight against it, but even just a small change in your diet can help slow down the effects and help the Earth.
Thursday, President Biden is hosting a virtual climate summit with 40 other world leaders. The president announced an aggressive goal of cutting U.S. carbon emissions in half by the end of this decade. The Biden Administration has also been pushing countries to commit to tackling the climate crisis.
More than 300 businesses and investors are calling on the Biden administration to set an ambitious climate change goal that would cut U.S. greenhouse gas emissions by at least 50% below 2005 levels by 2030. Those sending a letter Tuesday to President Joe Biden calling for action include such giants as Apple, Google, Microsoft and Coca-Cola.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos plans to spend the $10 billion he invested in the Bezos Earth Fund by 2030, the fund’s new CEO said Tuesday.
SCAG Alan Wilson joins GOP AG group in lawsuit over President Biden’s executive order on climate change
A dozen Republican state attorneys general including South Carolina’s Alan Wilson have filed a lawsuit over President Biden’s executive order on climate change. The suit challenges Biden’s authority over “massive expansion of federal regulations through executive order.” The goal of Biden’s order is to reduce climate pollution.
(ABC News) –Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos announced via Instagram that he is donating $10 billion to fight “the devastating impact of climate change on this planet we all share.” Bezos, whose net worth is reported to be more than $129 billion, said the $10 billion commitment will go toward “scientists, activists, NGOs” and “any effort that offers a real possibility…