Greenhouse Gases Reach New Record in 2021, UN Agency Finds
The three main greenhouse gases hit record high levels in the atmosphere last year, the U.N. weather agency said Wednesday, calling it an “ominous” sign.
SCOTUS Limits EPA in Major Blow to Climate Change Fight
In a 6-3 decision, the Supreme Court ruled that the Environmental Protection Agency does not have the authority to regulate greenhouse gases created by power plants.
Cop26 Climate Summit: Biden Unveils New Rules to Cut Methane Emissions
The Biden administration is launching a wide-ranging plan to reduce methane emissions, targeting a potent greenhouse gas that contributes significantly to global warming
Supreme Court Agrees to Consider EPA's Authority to Limit Greenhouse Gases
The Supreme Court said Friday it will consider whether one of the federal government’s plans for reducing greenhouse gases goes too far. The court agreed to take up a challenge from coal companies and energy-producing states, led by West Virginia, that say the Environmental Protection Agency was exceeding its authority to limit carbon emissions. They’re appealing a lower court’s ruling that restored some...
‘Greener' Beer: New System Allows Breweries to Capture, Reuse Greenhouse Gas
One of Vermont’s best-known breweries made a change to its manufacturing process it hopes could inspire fresh approaches to reducing environmental impacts across the industry.