The idea is simple. Companies that extract fossil fuels should be responsible for ensuring the same amount of CO₂ generated from using them is buried back deep underground.
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Fossil fuel and mining companies would contribute billions toward conservation programs under a new proposal in the United States Congress.
A new book argues that it’s not only possible to measure the human, social, and environmental impacts of food from production to consumption—it’s essential.
Pacific Islands called for a price on shipping pollution, tepid support from European nations
The measure would help shipping industry to shift to cleaner fuels. Maersk runs the world’s biggest fleet of container ships. The world’s largest container shipping line has called for a
As businesses prepare for a tax on plastic packaging, there are concerns that the government has done too little to stem the tide on pollution All tax is political, especially
By JENNIFER A. DLOUHY The American Petroleum Institute is considering throwing its weight behind a government-imposed price on carbon dioxide emissions as a way to slow global warming, a major policy
India has caught to its demand that sure creating international locations be exempted from commitments to remove fisheries subsidies regardless of failure of World Trade Organisation (WTO) members to achieve
We are working hard to change the government’s mind on carbon fee and dividend, writes Catherine Dawson. The climate crisis cannot be solved within a continuing market economy, says Frank Jackson In his