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International Environment Reporter™

International Environment Reporter™ helps you understand environmental laws, regulations, policies and trends in major industrialized and developing nations, as well as in international governmental and nongovernmental organizations.

 

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Find out about global "green" legislation even before it becomes law, tracking from proposal to enactment, amendment to enforcement in more than 50 countries around the world. Avoid costly fines for non-compliance with legal provisions, especially in Canada, the European Union, and Mexico. Follow the development of EU directives and regulations as well as UN, IMO, and OECD treaties and recommendations. Locate key agencies in charge of environment and safety laws, regulations, and policies in individual countries and organizations, including UN, OECD, UNFCC, and implementations of REACH and GHS.

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Rely on Bloomberg BNA's worldwide network of reporters and correspondents, to gain a vital, current perspective on changing international environment and safety laws and standards. Access hard-to-find materials from around the world, not otherwise readily available — news, essential documents, expert analysis, and more. Understand the institutional framework for environmental programs in other countries to better work within them.


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  • Outside experts contribute Analysis and Perspective articles on leading issues.
  • Special Reports by Bloomberg BNA reporters and correspondents on the ground will provide insights on specific topics and trends.
  • Calendar of events keeps you fully up-to-date.
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  • Air
  • Biological diversity
  • Biotechnology
  • Carbon taxes and other environment-related taxes
  • Chemicals
  • Climate change
  • Electronic waste (WEEE)
  • Emissions trading
  • Energy
  • Enforcement
  • Environmental impact assessment
  • Forests
  • Greenhouse gas emissions
  • Hazardous waste cleanup
  • Land use
  • Marine affairs
  • Mining
  • Motor vehicles
  • NAFTA
  • Nanomaterials
  • Noise
  • Nuclear energy
  • Oil spills
  • Ozone depletion
  • Pesticides
  • Pipelines
  • Pollution control
  • Radioactive waste
  • Rainforests
  • Recycling
  • Sewerage projects
  • Sustainable development
  • Water quality and supply

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Current reports providing news and developments.

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Print reference material is updated regularly and indexed semi-annually.

Print notification is issued bi-weekly and indexed every six months, culminating annually.

Web reference is updated weekly.

Web notification is published continually and archived to 02.07.1996.

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Major Assessment Shows European Union Falling Short on Biodiversity Protection Goals
May 20
UN Climate Chief Says Business, State, Local Governments Key to Cutting Emissions
May 20
European Parliament Backs Mandatory Company Tracking of Conflict Minerals
May 20
TPP Would Provide Strong Protections For the Environment, USTR Report Says
May 20
Obama Describes Climate Change As Imminent National Security Threat
May 20
Mine Tailings Dams Not Safely Regulated; Interior Should Send Information: Democrats
May 20
U.S.-Mexico Border Projects for Wastewater, Water to Receive $24.8M in Grants, Loans
May 20
California, 11 Other U.S. States, Foreign Jurisdictions Sign Pact on Climate Change
May 20
Oxford University to Avoid Using Endowment To Invest in Some High-Polluting Fossil Fuels
May 20
IT Groups Pace Conflict Minerals Reporting While Other Sectors Lag, NGOs' Report Says
May 20
Report Finds Water at EU Beaches Generally Clean
May 20
Bill to Restore Columbia River Basin Introduced
May 20
China Removes Key Tax on Electric, Hybrid, Fuel Cell Commercial Vehicles
May 19
International Maritime Organization Adopts Polar Code's Environmental Provisions
May 19
Senate Republicans Mull Option for Review Of U.S. Participation in Paris Climate Talks
May 19
Get Ready for Solar Boom From China Plants as Asia Demand Swells
May 19
Rio Tinto Rossing Uranium Unit in Namibia Plans Desalination Plant Environment Study
May 19
Canada Seeks Comments on Brucejack Mine Proposal
May 19
Japan's Bid to Recapture Tech Stature Starts With Belief in Hydrogen-Powered Future
May 18
UN Negotiators Eschew Consensus to Ban Toxic Chemical, Adopt E-Waste Guidelines
May 18
EU Reports 4.5 Percent One-Year Drop in GHGs Covered by Emissions Trading System
May 18
Understanding the Shale Gas Foreign Cooperation Mechanism in China
May 18
Global Emissions Commitment Tracker
May 18
Energy Experts See Wind Opportunity in Vietnam
May 18
Eon, Green Bank Invest in U.K. Wind Farm
May 18
Canada Sets Greenhouse Gas Emissions Targets for 2030, But Goals Called Weak
May 15
Ontario Announces 2030 Midterm Target For Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reductions
May 15
China Adds Environmental Impact Restrictions to Western Coal Mining Projects
May 15
Hong Kong Lays Out Plan to Improve Energy Efficiency in Government, Housing Projects
May 15
OECD's Updated Chemical Safety Toolbox Includes New Industrial, Labeling Features
May 15
Italy Moves Ahead With Changes to Its Environmental Impact Assessment Process
May 15
Brazil Measure Streamlines Mercury Registration, Sale, Import Procedures
May 15
Morocco Joins World Health Cancer Agency
May 15
Court Dismisses Billionaire's Clean-Energy Challenge
May 15
China Establishes Pilot Zones to Cut Use of Fertilizer, Also Targets Pesticides on Farms
May 14
Taiwan Announces Goal of Tripling Renewable Energy Capacity by 2030
May 14
Vietnam Could Be Moving Toward Adopting Feed-In Tariffs for Solar Power, Experts Say
May 14
Brazilian State Secures Loans From Banks Of $52 Million for Water Supply Projects
May 14
Solar Market Suffers ‘Hangover’ After Brazil Currency Slumps 22 Percent
May 14
Private Sector, Young Citizens Will Push U.S. To Climate Action, Ex-EPA Administrator Says
May 14
Romanian President, Premier Clash Over Forest Law
May 14
Chemical Negotiators Question Credibility as Members Block Action on Asbestos, Paraquat
May 13
EU Member States Formally Back Accord On Reserve for Surplus Carbon Permits
May 13
European Commission Creates Independent Science Group to Advise on Environment
May 13
Russia Allocates $4 Million for Drifting Ice Station to Study Arctic Environment
May 13
Colombia to Stop Aerial Spraying of Herbicide Glyphosate to Fight Illegal Coca Leaf Crops
May 13
Mexico's First Onshore Oil, Gas Auction Designed to Attract Local Companies
May 13
Air Bubble Shield That Filters Dangerous Particulate Matter to Be Tested in Beijing
May 13
International Negotiators Can't Agree on Plan To Control Toxic Stream of Electronic Waste
May 12
European Commission Mulls Changes to Emissions Trading System Carbon Leak Rules
May 12
EU Green Groups Call for Public to Mobilize To Safeguard Bird, Habitat Conservation Laws
May 12
Australian Chemicals Regulator Says Two Phthalates Don't Need Regulatory Control
May 12
Canadian Review Panel Backs Deep Geologic Storage on Lake Huron for Radioactive Waste
May 12
Pesticides Group, Environmentalists Debate Cost of Ontario Neonicotinoids Regulations
May 12
G7 Ministers Foresee Global Energy Security in LNG as U.S. Kicks Off Exports
May 12
Cameron Puts Wind-Farm Opponent at Junior U.K. Energy Department Post
May 12
Honduras Installing New Solar Energy Plants, Part of Central America Renewable Push
May 12
Court Upholds Lower Antidumping Rate On Producer's Vietnamese Wind Towers
May 12
EU Chemicals Agency Says REACH Dossiers Lack Detail on How Some Substances Behave
May 11
New U.K. Government Promotes Amber Rudd To Guide Climate Initiatives, Energy Policy
May 11
Countries Need to Take Three Steps To Become Carbon Neutral, Bank Says
May 11
Brazil Decree Clarifies Federal Environmental Agency Power to License Major Projects
May 11
Israel's Comptroller Slams Environment Ministry on Industrial Air Pollution
May 11
Apple Inc. Working With World Wildlife Fund In Program to Protect Forests Across China
May 11
International Chemical Negotiators Agree to Ban Hexachlorobutadiene
May 8
China Prepares to Manage Mobile Phones, Other New Categories as Electronic Waste
May 8
Indian Green Tribunal Levies Tax on Each Delhi Household to Pay for Cleaning Yamuna
May 8
With Prime River Spots Already Taken, Vietnam's New Hydropower Options Limited
May 8
U.S. to Give Vietnam ‘Technical Support' To Spur Competition in Power Sector
May 8
Wind Power Industry Braces for Hit As Conservatives Win U.K. Election
May 8
U.S. Energy Company Working in Israel Finds Hydrocarbons at Golan Heights Drilling Site
May 8
Guyana Gets $40M From Norway for Forests
May 8
Vestas Wins Order for Mexico Wind Project
May 8
Madagascar Court to Try Timber Smugglers
May 8
Canada Imposes Tailings Requirements On British Columbia Copper-Gold Mine
May 7
U.S. Development Agency Calls for Proposals On Clean-Energy, Water Access Projects
May 7
While China Backs Third-Party Pollution Cleanup Firms, Companies Remain Skeptical
May 7
Even Keystone XL Foes Grow Weary Of Obama's Delay in Deciding on Project
May 7
Alberta Election Shakeup Raises More New Questions About Pipelines, Oil Sands
May 7
EU Carbon Market Facing Renewable Subsidy Risk, Energy Company Says
May 7
Germany Says Credibility on Line in Lignite Emissions Allowances Showdown
May 7
South Africa Set to Approve Shale-Gas Rules, Will Clear Way for Shell, Falcon Exploration
May 7
Brazil Development Bank Funds Rainforest Replanting
May 7
Report Says One Fifth of Italy's Coastline Now Paved
May 7
Greenpeace India to Challenge Suspension in Court
May 7
China to Implement Stricter Auto Fuel Standard Early
May 7
India, Russia Oppose UN Proposal for New International Curbs on Persistent Toxins
May 6
Canada Proposes Changing VOC Designation Of 16 Substances to Align With U.S. Tactic
May 6
Global Carbon Dioxide Levels Climb Above Symbolic Milestone, NOAA Says
May 6
U.K. Election Offers Voters Divergent Views On Renewable Investments, Environment
May 6
Carbon Policy Differences Among Nations Could Be a Strength, UN Climate Chief Says
May 6
U.S. Seeks ‘Robust and Transparent’ Targets For Cutting Emissions in Paris Climate Deal
May 6
Projects to Reduce Emissions Stay Dirty As UN Pollution Credit Values Tumble 98%
May 6
Italy to Host Pre-COP Climate Talks in October
May 6
Italian Prime Minister Backs New EIA Process
May 6
Denmark Publishes Bid Information for Wind Projects
May 6
Uruguay Plans Refuse-Derived Fuel Plant
May 6
Levy to Indonesian Palm Shippers to Go for Biofuels
May 6
IEA Says Developing Countries Will Bear the Brunt of Energy-Related Greenhouse Gas Cuts
May 5
EU Lawmakers Reach Deal to Accelerate Carbon Emissions Market Fix to 2019
May 5
In Boost for Rooftop Solar, Brazil Says States Can End Tax on Small-Scale Renewables
May 5
Aging Plants, Air Pollution Spur India's $25 Billion Power Utility Cleanup Push
May 5
Norway Asks Coal Miners to Spin Off Assets Due to Climate Change Concerns
May 5
Brazil Extends Land Registration Deadline One Year
May 5
EU Wants Industrialized Countries to Include Hydrofluorocarbons Under Montreal Protocol
May 4
Respiratory Sensitizers Can Be Added to REACH Phaseout List, EU Court Rules
May 4
EU Calls for Public Input on Assessment Of Bird, Habitat Conservation Directives
May 4
UN Chemicals Negotiators ‘Very Close’ To Compliance Mechanism Agreement
May 4
Carbon Dioxide Pricing Policies Gaining Momentum, Quebec Minister Says
May 4
Mexican States' Gulf Spill Claims Barred; States Don't Own Damaged Property
May 4
Air Pollution Costs European Region in Lost Production, World Health Organization Says
May 4
Brazil Mulls Opening Biggest Oil Reserves to Outside Operators
May 4
CORRECTION
May 4
Chemical Conventions Aim to Add ‘Teeth,’ Transparency to Global Toxins Regime
May 1
Russia to Begin Use of Drones to Monitor Environmental Issues in Arctic Region
May 1
Analysts Say Mexico's New Electricity Laws Could Slow Investment in Renewable Energy
May 1
Danes Amend Law to Encourage Improved Environmental Outcomes by Water Companies
May 1
Church of England Drops Holdings in Coal as Fossil-Fuel Divestment Gains
May 1
Italy Moves Ahead With Changes To Its Environmental Impact Process
May 15
EU Green Groups Call For Public to Mobilize To Safeguard Bird, Habitat Conservation Laws
May 12
Cameron Puts Wind-Farm Opponent At Junior U.K. Energy Department Post
May 12
Alberta Election Shakeup Raises New Questions About Pipelines, Oil Sands
May 7
Canada Proposes Changing VOC Designation Of 16 Substances to Align With U.S. Approach
May 6
Carbon Policy Differences Among Nations Could Be a Strength, UN Climate Chief Says
May 6
Report Says Offshore Wind Power Seen Growing by Record 4.2 Gigawatts in 2015
May 1
Mexico, California Outline Strategy For Cooperation on Climate, Energy
May 1
Brazil, South Korea Sign Environmental Accord
May 1
Brazil Measure Would Change GMO Food Labeling
May 1
Japan Unveils Goal to Cut 2030 Greenhouse Gas Emissions 26 Percent From 2013 Levels
April 30
U.S., Japan Fail to Pay Green Climate Fund, Slowing Pace of Climate Mitigation Projects
April 30
Carbon Tax Could Be Swapped for Cuts in Other Taxes, Deficit Reduction, WRI Says
April 30
EU Antitrust Authority Probes Member State Funding of Domestic Power Production
April 30
After Generous Subsidies Next Year, China To Slash Incentives to Buy Cleanest Cars
April 30
Brazil Passes Bill That Could Streamline Bioprospecting for New Drugs, Cosmetics
April 30
Language Could Aid Attacks on GMO Labeling, Food Safety Advocates Say
April 30
Germany Considers Extending Renewable Energy Surcharge Discounts More Broadly
April 30
European Union Carbon Advances as Latvia Pushes for Reform Deal in Coming Weeks
April 30
Smartphone Maker Foxconn in U.K. Talks To Raise $1.7 Billion for Clean Energy
April 30
Thermoelectric Developers Win 82% of Contracts in Brazil Energy Auction
April 30
U.S., Canada to Announce Crude Transport Standards
April 30
India Bans Waste Fires in Delhi
April 30
European Commission Refers Four Countries To Court For Environmental Law Failings
April 29
EU Chemicals Agency Calls for Information On Four Phthalates, Envisages Total Ban
April 29
EU Antitrust Authority Probes Member State Funding of Domestic Power Production
April 29
Pope Francis, UN Secretary-General Issue Call To Address ‘Human-Induced' Climate Change
April 29
Russian Government Rejects Calls to Soften Environmental Regulation for Oil Companies
April 29
After Breaching EU Limits, London's Air Pollution At Heart of Next U.K. Government's Agenda
April 29
German Solar System Company Asks for Duties Probe
April 29
Indonesia Considers Legislation to Boost Government Control of Oil, Gas Sectors
April 29
Reserve Bank of India Makes Renewable Energy Projects Eligible for Priority Financing
April 29
BP's Oil Hunt in Great Australian Bight Evokes Gulf of Mexico Disaster Fears
April 29
China to Cut Subsidies for Shale Gas Developers Over Next Five Years
April 29
Canada Imposes New Conditions on Living Organism Used in Some Cancer Treatments
April 29
Argentina Said to Be Planning Ban On Monsanto Soy Crop Royalties
April 29
Record $30 Billion in Green Bond Sales Set to Feed New Swedish Bank Fund
April 29
Israel Nationalizes Company Responsible For Oil Spill, Reclaims Its Beach Property
April 29
First Solar, Powerhive Plan Microgrids for 200,000 Homes in Remote Kenyan Villages
April 29
World Bank to Fund Morocco Solar Power Expansion
April 29
U.S. Activist Advises Mexico to Protect Waters
April 29
EU Parliament OKs Crop-Based Biofuel Cap, Imposes Indirect Land-Use-Change Criteria
April 28
European Parliament Backs Requirement For EU Countries to Cut Plastic Bag Use
April 28
EU Seeks Comments on Requests for Exemptions to Hazardous Substance Rules
April 28
European Parliament Approves First Ever Emissions Reports on Large Ships in EU Ports
April 28
Indian Automakers Say They Could Cut New Car Emissions Standards Ahead of Schedule
April 28
Daily Accumulating Penalties Introduced to Fight Pollution Shed Light on Issues in China
April 28
Analyst: Brazil Wind, Biomass Energy Auction Flat Due to Timeline for Delivering Power
April 28
State Department to Brief Senate Staff On U.S. Pledge Toward Climate Accord
April 28
Biggest Global Coal Exporter Says Climate Change Curbs Won't Strand Assets
April 28
Microplastics as Deadly for Marine Life As Plastic Bags, UN Advisory Body Says
April 28
Plastics Choking Marine Life Targeted in Group of Seven Push to Clean Ocean
April 28
EU Envoy Says Europe Would Like Greater Possibilities for Energy Exports From U.S.
April 28
India, U.S. Spar Over Timeline of WTO Exemption Covering Textile Export Subsidies
April 28
Japan Report Sees Clean Energy Sources Overtaking Reliance on Nuclear Power by 2030
April 28
Public Comment for Proposed Ontario Gold Mine
April 28
China Fast-Tracks $11B Fuel Quality Upgrade
April 28
China Set to Begin Evaluating Latest Carbon Emissions Reduction Efforts
April 27
Transport Canada Imposes City Speed Limit For Rail Transport of Dangerous Goods
April 27
EU Publishes Final Transport Fuel On Greenhouse Gas Emissions Rule
April 27
Israel's Plan for New City Would Require ‘Enormous' Investment in Infrastructure
April 27
U.S. Urged to Temporarily Ban Air Transport Of Lithium Ion Batteries on Passenger Flights
April 27
China's Checks on Quality of Solar Panels Could Spur More Consolidation
April 27
Pope Francis Summons Scientists on Climate Change, Seeks to Shape Debate
April 27
Brazil Wind-Power Deals Fall Far Short Of Expectations in April 27 Auction
April 27
Germany Seeks Climate Financing Pledge From G7 to Aid Least-Developed Nations
April 27
UN: Climate Change Threatens Food Security
April 27
Report Finds Excessive Airborne Emissions From Heavy Industry in Key Chinese Areas
April 24
Canada Issues Final Order Requiring Notice On New Uses of Toxic Substance Quinoline
April 24
U.S. Will Push for Cuts in Black Carbon, Methane as Kerry Takes Arctic Council Helm
April 24
Report Highlights Worldwide Rise in Murders For Defending Land Rights, Environment
April 24
European Commission Approves Video-Game Console Ecodesign Pact With Companies
April 24
Pesticide Classification Posing Problem In European Trade Deal, Lobbyist Says
April 24
OECD Says Poland Should End Coal, Diesel Incentives for Environmental Reasons
April 24
Levels of Flame Retardants, Other Chemicals In Children's Products Cited in Danish Study
April 24
Vatican: Papal Encyclical on Environment ‘Mostly Complete,' to Be Released in June
April 24
EU Official Says TTIP Talks ‘Extensively' Engaged On Elements of Possible Energy Provisions
April 24
NGOs, Investors to Ramp Up Activities On Companies' Conflict Minerals Reporting
April 24
China Export Tax Decision to Boost Rare Earth Demand, Mining Company Says
April 24
Report: Nile Dam Study Warns About Safety, Urges Cooperation Between Ethiopia, Egypt
April 24
Canadian Shipowners Launch Ballast Water Research
April 24
Canada Updates Guidance for Nuclear Sites, Mines
April 24
Chile Reopens Pascua Lama Sanction Process
April 24
A BNA Interview: Top World Bank Water Official Discusses Emerging Issues in Water Security
April 24
Wastewater Treatment Facilities in China Fined as Focus on Water Pollution Increases
April 23
Advisory Board: Canada May Need Carbon Price Program to Meet GHG-Reduction Goals
April 23
Church of England Drops Holdings In Coal as Fossil-Fuel Divestment Gains
May 1
U.S. Will Push for Cuts in Black Carbon, Methane as Kerry Takes Arctic Council Helm
April 24
Levels of Flame Retardants, Other Chemicals In Children's Products Cited in Danish Study
April 24
EU Restricts Lead in Consumer Products That Children May Put in Their Mouths
April 23
Scientists Explain Why Arctic Matters as U.S. Readies to Chair Regional Council
April 23
China Wants U.S. Climate Commitment to Extend Beyond Obama Administration
April 23
Swedish Government Moves to Significantly Raise Tax on Nuclear Power Production
April 23
Brazil Issues National Implementation Plan For Eliminating Persistent Organic Pollutants
April 23
Environmental Crime in Democratic Republic Of Congo Fuels Armed Conflict, UN Reports
April 23
First Australian Carbon Auction Leads to Contracts Worth More Than $500 Million
April 23
Carbon Tax Could Be Swapped for Cuts In Other Taxes, Deficit Reduction, WRI Says
April 30
London's Air Pollution Put at Heart Of Next U.K. Government's Agenda
April 29
Canada Imposes Conditions on Living Organism Used in Some Cancer Treatments
April 29
Plastics Choking Marine Life Targeted in G-7 Push to Clean Ocean
April 28
Germany Seeks Climate Financing Pledge From G-7 to Aid Least-Developed Nations
April 27
EU Official Says TTIP Talks Engaged On Elements of Possible Energy Provisions
April 24
Ethiopian Nile Dam Study Warns On Safety, Urges Cooperation
April 24
Scientists Explain Why Arctic Matters As U.S. Readies to Chair Regional Council
April 23
China Wants U.S. Climate Commitment To Extend Beyond Obama Administration
April 23
Europe Spurs $2 Trillion U.S. Power Grid Push On Renewables, Transmission Line Efficiency
April 23
Power Company RWE Says Germany's Coal-Power Policy Threatens Its Existence
April 23
Global Emissions Commitment Tracker
April 23
Germany's Solar Power Costs Shrink
April 23
EC Proposes to Allow Members to Ban EU-Approved GM Food, Feed Products
April 22
U.S. Trade Rep Criticizes EC Opt-Out Proposal For Genetically Modified Food Imports
April 22
Countries Should Consider Reductions Of Methane in Paris Talks, Report Says
April 22
Global Electronic Waste Volumes Reach All-Time High in 2014, UN Report Finds
April 22
French Metal Packaging Industry Said to Be Struggling Under Country's Bisphenol A Ban
April 10
Pending EU Plan to OK Member State GM Crop Bans Attacked From All Sides
April 10
EU Backs Dutch Renewable Energy Plan Over Criticism of Intensive Energy Exemption
April 10
Vancouver Harbor Spill Shows Response Inadequate, British Columbia Premier Says
April 10
India Proposes Waste Management Overhaul Of Biomedical, Plastic, Municipal, E-Waste
April 10
Spain to Relax Environmental Liability Rules for Some Companies Handling Waste
April 10
Plastic Waste Plagues Mediterranean Sea As Much as Other Oceans, Study Says
April 10
Tanzania Testing Drones to Fight Elephant Poachers in Game Park
April 10
France's Solar Power Outperforms; Leaves Other Utilities in the Shade
April 10
As Germans Block Danish Wind, New Feud Tests Crisis-Weary EU
April 10
EU Scientific Review Raises More Concerns About Neonicotinoids Over Pollinator Health
April 9
Argentina's $200 Million World Bank Loan To Boost Renewable Energy in Rural Areas
April 9
Japan's Proposed Atomic Shutdown Tests Government's Green Energy Pledges
April 9
Canadian Safety Panel Urges Regimes for Hazardous Substances Releases From Ships
April 9
EU Ready to Expand Energy Benchmark Probe With New Round of Ethanol Raids
April 9
London Carbon Brokers Handle No UN Certified Emissions Offsets in March
April 9
Group Questions Japan Coal Power Projects
April 9
Study: China Coal Cap Could Save Thousands
April 9
Brazil to Establish Renewable Energy Fund
April 9
Germany to Buy $1.1B in Green Bonds
April 9
Australian Energy Efficiency Plan Criticizes World Bank Stance on Coal-Fired Power
April 8
India's Green Tribunal Orders Diesel Vehicles More Than 10 Years Old Off Delhi Roads
April 8
Global Emissions Commitment Tracker
April 8
Taiwan Begins Water Rationing in the North; Similar Move May Be in Store for the South
April 8
New Trash Incineration Rules in Sao Paulo State
April 8
Report Says Climate Change to Largely Wipe Out Canada's Glaciers by End of Century
April 7
Northwest Territories Proposed Fracking Regulations Focus on Water Protection
April 7
A Fight in Australia Pits Indian Mining Companies, Coal, Great Barrier Reef
April 7
Defense Companies Joining NATO to Test Military's Ability to Use Renewable Power
April 7
Alberta Commission Extends Biorefinery Deadline
April 7
Report Backs Carbon Pricing in Canada Provinces
April 7
Canada Proposes Ban on Toxic Substances, Including Popular Flame Retardant HBCD
April 6
Israel's Evrona Nature Reserve Reopens to Public
April 6
Europe's Top Water Management Firms Look To India as Emerging Market for New Plants
April 6
Canada Publishes Guidance on Contaminated Sites
April 6
Japan's Ruling Party Proposes Energy Plan
April 6
What China's New Environmental Protection Law Means for Your Organization
April 6
South Africa Considers Legalizing Rhino Horn Trade in an Attempt to Curb Poaching
April 3
Canada Considers Further Toxicity Review of Seven Azo Dye Substances
April 3
Seven Chemicals to Be Reviewed by IARC In 2016 to Gauge Cancer-Causing Potential
April 3
Italy to Study Efficiency After EU Critique
April 3
Italy Funding Flood-Prevention Effort Partly In Response to Climate Change Threats
April 2
Brazil Water Company Prioritizes Treatment Investments in 2015–2016 Due to Drought
April 2
U.K. Green Investment Bank Offshore Wind Fund Raises Nearly Half of $1.5 Billion Target
April 2
Canada Conservatives Shun Carbon Price To Shield Nation's ‘Fragile' Economy
April 2
Ontario Business Leaders Back Carbon Price
April 2
Italy Announces Asbestos Removal Incentive Program
April 2
German Cabinet Adopts Bill That Could Effectively Ban Hydraulic Fracturing
April 1
Australia Moves to Refine Direct Action Process, Create New Carbon Credit Options
April 1
Global Clean-Energy Installations Top 100 GW; 2014 Investment Up 17%, UNEP Says
April 1
Canadian Assessments Find Two Forms of Trisiloxane Not Toxic, Require No Regulation
April 1
Critic Questions Long-Term Profits of Saskatchewan Carbon Capture Plant
April 1
Brazilian Courts Call for Water Regulator To Draft River Basin Management Plans
April 1
Senators Want Black Carbon Considered In Updates to Air Rules for Arctic Drillers
April 1
Mexico Sets Target of 5% Renewable Energy by 2018
April 1
U.S., Russia Make Emissions-Cutting Pledges; Most Other Countries Yet to Reveal Plans
March 31
U.S. Sticks With 26% to 28% by 2025 Cut, But Gives Itself Wiggle Room to Negotiate
March 31
European Parliament Panel Backs Obligation For EU Countries to Reduce Plastic Bag Use
March 31
U.K. Low-Carbon Subsidies Attracting Investors for Renewable Energy Projects
March 31
Brazil Studies Use of Floating Solar Panels On Dam Reservoirs to Boost Electricity
March 31
Report: Investors Spent Record $2 Trillion On Clean-Energy Plants During Past Decade
March 31
ADM Commits to Curbing Deforestation Related to Farming of Soybeans, Palm Oil
March 31
Rio De Janeiro Fines Petrobras Over Oil Spill
March 31
Four Climate Action Pledges Received On Eve of UN's First Submission Deadline
March 30
ECHA Warns Registrants to Get Ready for Draft REACH Substance Evaluation Decisions
March 30
Fracking Fluid Contents Should Be Available To Health Providers: British Columbia Report
March 30
China Moves Toward Serious Reductions of Emissions Despite Likely Effect on Growth
March 30
Chevron to Exit Australian Shale Gas, Sells Refining Venture, Seeks Other Partners
March 30
Southern Copper Cancels Plan for $1.4B Peru Mine
March 30
Honduras to Implement Climate Change Law
March 30
Mexico First Major Developing Economy to Submit Post-2020 Climate Pledge to UN
March 27
Canada to Conduct Scientific Review of Environmental Impact of Microbeads
March 27
EU Countries To Test Compliance With REACH Authorization Obligations
March 27
Green Climate Fund Names Seven Bodies to Disperse Funds, Although Little is in Hand
March 27
French Chemical Makers Call for Climate Pact That Facilitates ‘Fair Competition'
March 27
China Updates Hazardous Chemicals Catalog for First Time Since 2002
March 27
Melting Ice Prompts Earth's Surface to Rise; Effects Seen in U.S., Canada, Europe
March 27
U.K., Scotland Funding Carbon-Capture Study
March 27
Poland Official Pushes Shale Gas Strategy
March 27
EU Negotiators to Seek Agreement on ETS, Disputed Start Date for Carbon Price Fix
March 26
EU Statistics Office Reports More Decline in Per Capita Waste From Homes, Businesses
March 26
European Commission Charges Germany, Slovenia, U.K. Violated Environmental Law
March 26
EU Panel Formally Backs Requirement For Ships to Report Emissions in 2018
March 26
U.N.-Linked Agency Cites Cancer Risks For Five Organophosphate Pesticides
March 26
Study: Brazil's Drought Had an Upside In Better Year-to-Year Water Quality
March 26
Chinese Energy Company in Talks to Invest $638 Million in Brazil Wind Farms
March 26
Canadian Premiers Closing in on Energy, Environment Agreement Without Harper
March 26
India Tells Developed World It Will Impose More Cuts in Exchange for Cash, Technology
March 26
India's Prime Minister Tops U.S. Solar Pledge With Country's First Green Dollar Bond
March 26
U.S. Approves Vietnam as ‘Authorized Destination’ for Nuclear Technology
March 26
Indonesia Plans Palm Oil Export Levy to Fund Subsidy, Research for Biofuel
March 26
South Africa Considers More Nuclear Power
March 26
Colombia Tightens Wastewater Pollutant Monitoring
March 26
Ontario Moves to Severely Restrict Use of Neonicotinoids in Bid to Protect Pollinators
March 25
Canadian Agency Finds Chinese Government Improperly Controls Solar Panel Prices
March 25
EU Chemicals Agency Reports on Process To Risk Assess Most-Hazardous Substances
March 25
Japan to Adopt Stricter HCFC Regulations for Manufacturers, Distributors, Consumers
March 25
South Korea to Formalize Ad Hoc Ban On Importation of Radioactive Waste
March 25
Top Chinese Meteorologist Warns of ‘Grave' Threats That Climate Change Poses
March 25
Mideast Tensions Seen Pushing Region's Water Resources to Breaking Point
March 25
Italy Funding Flood-Prevention Effort Partly in Response to Climate Change Threats
April 2
Canada Conservatives Shun Carbon Price to Shield Nation's ‘Fragile' Economy
April 2
Global Clean Energy Installations Top 100 GW; 2014 Investment Up 17%, UNEP Says
April 1
U.S. Sticks With 26% to 28% by 2025 Cut, But Gives Itself Wiggle Room to Negotiate
March 31
Investors Spent Record $2 Trillion On Renewables in Past Decade, Report Says
March 31
China Moves Toward Serious Reductions Of Emissions Despite Likely Effect on Growth
March 30
Mexico First Major Developing Economy To Submit Post-2020 Climate Pledge to UN
March 27
EU Statistics Office Reports More Decline In Per Capita Waste From Homes, Businesses
March 26
India's Prime Minster Tops U.S. Solar Pledge With Country's First Green Dollar Bond
March 26
Indonesia Plans Palm Oil Export Levy To Fund Subsidy, Research for Biofuel
March 26
Canadian Agency Finds Chinese Government Controls Solar Panel Prices
March 25
Japan to Adopt Stricter HCFC Regulations For Manufacturers, Distributors, Consumers
March 25
South Korea to Formalize Ad-Hoc Ban On Importation of Radioactive Waste
March 25
Top Chinese Meteorologist Warns of ‘Grave' Threats Climate Change Poses
March 25
Some Russian Environmental Organizations Designated ‘Foreign Agents' Despite Ruling
March 25
U.S. Firm Wins NAFTA Arbitration Against Canada Over Quarry Expansion
March 25
U.K. Green Bank Lending to Africa, India
March 25
South Australia Studies Storing Radioactive Waste, Possibility of Adopting Nuclear Power
March 24
Report Says Cabinet Post in New British Government Should Deal With Flood, Drought
March 24
UN Deadline Nears for National Plans to Fight Climate Change; Few Commitments Revealed
March 24
Beijing to Shut Major Coal Power Plants In 2016 to Reduce Emissions, Air Pollution
March 24
Chile Court Finds Suspended Pascua-Lama Gold, Silver Mine Did Not Damage Glaciers
March 24
Japan to Toughen Regulations on Coal Ash Export
March 24
Green Climate Fund Board Meets in South Korea
March 24
Singapore Tightens Industrial Air Standards
March 24
Uruguay Wind Farm Attracts Extra Investors
March 24
Steep Rise Seen in 2015 Brazil Wind Power
March 24
Canadian, Finnish Bodies Sign Arctic Pact
March 24
New Canadian Regulations to Implement Latest Montreal Protocol Requirements
March 23
Canada Plan Would Let Quebec Enforce Federal Standards for Wastewater Regulation
March 23
British Columbia Issues Tailings Pond Guidance in Wake of Mount Polley Breach
March 23
British Columbia Aboriginal Group Affirms Land Title, Bans Mining on Tribal Preserve
March 23
Arctic Melt Leading to Weakest Gulf Stream In Up to 1,000 Years, May Shift Weather
March 23
Wind Farm Developers in Nordic Region To Merge $3.5 Billion Pipeline of Projects
March 23
Denmark Supplements EU With Watchdog to Educate Consumers on ‘Harmful Chemicals'
March 20
Germany's Proposed E-Waste Collection Bill Would Place Potential Burden on Business
March 20
Chile Regulator Fines Caserones Copper Mine $12 Million for Environmental Breaches
March 20
Canada Union Sues Over Emissions From Aluminum Plant Expansion on Pacific Coast
March 20
Alberta, Northwest Territories Sign Water Pact With Focus on Canada's Largest River System
March 20
For World Water Day, United Nations Points Out Growing Global Needs Through 2050
March 20
Scotland Invests in Low-Carbon Infrastructure
March 20
Vietnam Raises Electricity Prices 7.5 Percent
March 20
Partnership Backs Kenya Water Supply Fund
March 20
UN Formally Releases Draft Text With Hopes That It Will Form Basis for Paris Accord
March 19
Push to Replace HFCs Seen as Lucrative For Chemical Makers, Costly for Poor Nations
March 19
Eclipse Could Show Impact of Europe's Growing Solar Power on Daytime Grid
March 19
Groups Urge U.S. Agencies to Assess Tailings Dam Threat to Avoid B.C. Disaster
March 19
Canada Readying Compliance Regime For Streamlined Environmental Permitting
March 18
Support for Carbon Price Key to Paris Deal, Opposition Waning, World Bank's Kim Says
March 18
China Boosts Solar Target for 2015 As It Fights to Lower Air Pollution
March 18
Amazon Rainforest Lives Faster, Dies Young Amid Carbon Gas Blitz
March 18
Ethiopia's Largest Hydro Plant Primed to Produce Electricity After Rainy Season
March 18
B.C. Regulator Simplifies Road Development Approval
March 18
China's ‘War on Pollution' Giving Rise To More Fines, Tougher Punishments
March 17
EU Chemicals Agency Confirms Substances Facing Review Through 2017 Under REACH
March 17
Italy Moves to Tighten Environmental Crime Law; Industry Group Decries ‘Drag’ on Growth
March 17
Iceland, Turkey Join WTO Talks to Eliminate Trade Tariffs on Environmental Goods
March 17
Japan to Scrap Three Aging Reactors Due to Tougher Safety Standards, Upgrade Costs
March 17
Japan Studies Floating Offshore Wind Capacity
March 17
Mexico Begins Foray Into Fracking Rules With Focus on Guidelines to Protect Water
March 16
Asian Development Bank Sells $500 Million In Green Bond for Climate Change Projects
March 16
French Chemical Makers Criticize Findings of Endocrine Disruptor ‘Contamination' in Women
March 16
Influential Role Seen for Pope Francis At 2015 Climate Negotiations in Paris
March 16
Turkey Orders Wind Power Plants to Connect to National Monitoring Center
March 16
Stable Emissions Show Growth, Mitigation Possible, World Bank Envoy Says
March 16
Oxford Declines Fossil Fuel Divestment After Accepting Oil Company Support
March 16
At Least $400 Billion in Climate Aid Needed For Developing Nations a Year, Study Says
March 16
Europe Carbon Trade Could Gain $1.1 Billion From Biomass to Fight Climate Change
March 16
Canada Imposes New Notice on Decenamide
March 16
Saskatchewan Enacts Reserve Water-Use Fee
March 16
Alberta Would Inspect Boats for Invasive Species
March 16
China Carbon Emissions Decline for First Time Since 2001; World Levels Hold Steady
March 13
Report Says China's Coastline Heavily Polluted, Land-Based Runoff Big Culprit
March 13
Poland Agrees to Adopt Anti-Air Pollution Program Aimed at Assuaging European Union
March 13
Alberta Establishes New Athabasca River Water Use Rules for Oil Sands Operators
March 13
Sweden, Norway Increase Renewable Target Amid Power Glut, Strain on Electrical Grid
March 13
Chile's Congress Considers Glacier Protection
March 13
Vietnam Starts 120-Megawatt Wind Farm
March 13
Brazil Biofuel, Sustainable Projects Get $100 Million
March 13
As Sea Ice Melts, Germany, Netherlands Push for Sustainable Arctic Development
March 12
Hong Kong Expected to Require Low-Sulfur Fuel for Oceangoing Vessels in Port by July
March 12
U.S., Canadian Council Crafting Work Plans On Risk Assessments, New Uses of Chemicals
March 12
French Agency Says Health Gains for Silver Nano Use Must Outweigh Environmental Risks
March 12
Three Chinese Solar-Panel Groups Risk Losing EU Tariff Exemption
March 12
Norway Could Look Abroad for Emission Cuts to Meet its Domestic Climate Goal
March 12
Arctic Melt Brings More Persistent Heat Waves to U.S., European Nations
March 12
Downtrodden Don Quixote Village in Spain Pins its Future on Nuclear Waste Dump
March 12
Kerry Urges States, Cities to Offer Pledges In Run-up to End-of-Year Paris Negotiations
March 12
U.S. State Department Wants to Broaden Awareness of Arctic, Seeks Disney's Help
March 12
Development Bank Funds Amazon Outposts
March 12
Hong Kong Considers E-Waste Update
March 12
Canada, Northwest Territories Agree to Water Plan
March 12
India Issues Guidelines for Big Solar Projects
March 12
Germany Wants G7 to Cut Consumption
March 12
Uruguay Seeks $97 Million for Wind Farm
March 12
New U.K. Government Should Strengthen Climate Adaptation Strategy, Report Says
March 11
Japan Submits Bill to National Legislature To Ratify Minamata Convention on Mercury
March 11
India Parliament Votes to Allow Use of Electric Rickshaws, E-Carts Across Country
March 11
Chilean Court Orders Demolishment of Mine Tailings Dam Over Water Supplies
March 11
Chile Gets Cleaner at a Profit With Foreign Investors Driving Renewable Energy Surge
March 11
TTIP Must Not Dilute EU's Environmental Safeguards, U.K. Parliamentary Committee Says
March 11
Iran Beset by Water Woes From Western Wetlands to Afghan Border
March 11
Denmark Issues Guidance on Nano Risks
March 11
European Parliament Approves Changes to Truck Design Rule to Boost Fuel Efficiency
March 10
Solar Advocate Lauds Guatemala's ‘Year Of Renewables,' With Push for New Projects
March 10
Wines to Mines Imperiled as Chile Deals With Eight-Year-Long California-Like Drought
March 10
Japan Could Double Geothermal Power
March 10
Merkel Urges Japan to Set GHG Cut Targets
March 10
Megadams, ‘Soy Highway' Could Transform One of Amazon's Last Wild Watersheds
March 9
China's Air, Water Pollution Become Focus Of Annual Legislative Gathering in Beijing
March 9
India Says it is Moving to Make Ganges River Free of Untreated Sewage by 2020
March 9
Canada: 3 Petroleum Substances Not Toxic
March 9
EU Formalizes Climate Pledge to UN, Postpones Decision on Carbon Sinks
March 6
British Columbia Aboriginal Suit Claims 1900 Treaty Breached, Environment Hurt by Growth
March 6
Quebec Government Planning Overhaul of Environmental Project Permitting Process
March 6
Canada Assesses Provisional Duties On Solar Panel Imports from China
March 6
Critics Say Mexico's Proposed General Water Law Could Lead to Privatization
March 6
Endocrine Disruptors Cost Billions, Study Says; Others Question Basis of Claims
March 6
Delayed Pledges on Climate Change Put International Treaty at Risk, Bangladesh Says
March 6
Italian Companies to Produce Completely Compostable Single-Use Coffee Pods
March 6
Italian Shipper Penalized $2.75 Million For Falsifying Oil Record Book on Vessels
March 6
Canada to Make New Investment in Eight Clean Technology Projects in Alberta
March 6
LNG Supply Could Outstrip Demand By 2035, Canadian Regulator Says
March 6
Keystone XL Oil ‘Extraordinarily Dirty,' Obama Says in Most Negative Remarks to Date
March 6
Brazil to Raise Requirement for Ethanol in Gasoline
March 6
Brazil Approves Cultivation of Modified Corn Types
March 6
China Must Develop GM Crops, Vice Minister Says
March 6
Environmental Factors Endangering Italy's Cultural Heritage, Government Institutes Say
March 5
Melting Arctic Sea Ice Poses Challenges For Aging Ice Breakers, Climate Efforts
March 5
Murkowski, King Form New Senate Caucus To Focus on Issues Related to the Arctic
March 5
Energy Department Offers $12.5 Million For Joint U.S.–China Energy-Water Project
March 5
EU, South Korean REACH Data Deadlines Might Swamp Available ‘Only Representatives’
March 5
Italy to Nationalize Ilva Steel Plant to Confront Environmental, Health Worries
March 5
Next U.K. Government Should Complete Water Policy Reforms, Water Minister Says
March 5
China to Encourage Internet Companies To Develop More Electric Vehicle Models
March 5
Japan's Electric Utilities Stymie New Solar Developers Over Grid Connection Concerns
March 5
Poland Seeks to Limit the Impact of European Union Carbon Fix on Utilities
March 5
Saudi Arabia Sees Clean Energy Partnerships
March 5
Brazil to Reduce Taxes for Distributed Solar Energy
March 5
EU Chemicals Agency Seeks Input on Two Possible ‘Substances of Very High Concern'
March 4
OECD: Nations Must Offer Legal Protection, Change Focus to Bolster Clean Energy Growth
March 4
Spain Updates Subsidy Program to Replace Gas Guzzlers With Electric, Hybrid Cars
March 4
Canada Considers Further Review of 39 Substances With ‘Properties of Concern'
March 4
Companies in Europe Advised to Monitor REACH Substance Evaluation Appeals
March 4
New Climate Justice Legal Framework Imperative, World Bank Official, Others Say
March 4
Israeli Supreme Court Asked to Bar Fishing In Mediterranean Sea Pending New Limits
March 4
Business-Led Climate Coalitions Must Work Together to Drive Change, London Panel Says
March 4
New Law, New Leadership, New Movie Could Give China Environmental Officials More Clout
March 3
European Environment Agency Paints Pessimistic EU Outlook in Five-Year Report
March 3
Spain Needs More Green Taxation, Reform To Spur Economic Growth, OECD Says
March 3
Canada's Wind Power Generation Rose 12% In 2014, National Energy Board Says
March 3
U.S. Leads International Climate Change Litigation Trend, Law Center Study Says
March 3
A Comparison of Green Credit Policies in China, Mongolia
March 3
Endocrine Disruptors Cost Billions, Study Says; Others Question Basis of Such Claims
March 6
Collapse of Crude Oil Could Cause Indonesia To Miss Goal of Boosting Palm Biodiesel Use
March 3
Waste Recyclers Ask Israeli Government For More Regulation, Enforcement
March 3
Regulatory Bureaucracy More Harmful Than Regulations, Israel Delegates Say
March 3
Mexico Confirms Plans for $3.5 Billion Wind Investment, Despite National Budget Cuts
March 2
Swedish Business Group Questions Country's Pollution Liability After Land Purchase Policy
March 2
Israel, Jordan Sign World Bank Deal to Bolster Desalination, Bilateral Water Sales
March 2
Study: Canada-Wide Economic Boost of GHG Cuts
March 2
India Budget Would Double Clean-Energy Tax on Coal
March 2
India Waives Hearings for Some Border Projects
March 2
Canada Extends Mineral Exploration Tax Credit
March 2
Study: Syria Unrest Could Be Tied to Climate Change
March 2
EU Survey Shows Patchwork of Member State Measures to Regulate Fracking
February 27
Switzerland Becomes First Nation to Submit ‘Contribution' to UN to Fight Climate Change
February 27
International Climate Science Body IPCC Says It Aims to Be More ‘User Friendly’ in Future
February 27
China Issues Guidelines for Construction, Development of Low-Carbon Pilot Areas
February 27
India's Coal-Based Power Plants Among Least Efficient in the World, Study Says
February 27
Improving Air Quality in India Would Give Some Three More Years of Life, Report Says
February 27
Norway's Huge Wealth Fund Betting on Shift to Greener Economy in U.S., Europe
February 27
Plunge in Ruble's Value Damps Solar Ambitions for Developers in Russia
February 27
Humble LED Light Bulb Helps Japan to Fill Nuclear Gap, Keep Power Flowing
February 27
Japan Considers New Thermal Power Standards
February 27
China Urban Wastewater Rules Take Effect
February 27
U.K. Government Awards First Group of Incentives for Renewable Energy Projects
February 27
European Union Amends REACH to Include One-Generation Reproductive Toxicity Test
February 26
REACH Compliance Checks Continue to Show Shortcomings, EU Chemicals Agency Reports
February 26
European Commission Formally Moves to Withdraw EU Waste Legislation Proposals
February 26
Climate Finance From Developed Nations Tops $35 Billion a Year, U.S. Envoy Says
February 26
Nebraska Court Blocks TransCanada Corp.'s Efforts to Acquire Land for Keystone Pipeline
February 26
Premier Says Alberta Discussing Climate Policy in Bid to Improve Oil Sands Reputation
February 26
Eight EU Nations Resist Early Carbon Fix in Letter to European Commission President
February 26
German Brewers Get Government Support To Protect Their Water Wells From Fracking
February 26
U.K. Government Awards Renewable Energy Contracts in First Competitive Auction
February 26
India Says it Will Spend Nearly $1 Billion To Clean Up Waste Plants Along Ganges
February 26
UNFCCC Formally Issues Draft Text for Paris Accord
February 26
Japan Reduces Official Incentives for Solar
February 26
Czech Government May Have to Refund Carbon Tax
February 26
European Union Document Outlines Bloc's Goals for ‘Paris Protocol' Climate Agreement
February 25
European Parliament Panel Confirms Deal On More Fuel-Efficient Design for Trucks
February 25
European Commission Offers Energy Union Plan to Ensure Supply Diversity, Lower Prices
February 25
Canadian Regulations Impose New Rail Safety Management System Requirements
February 25
U.S. Could Hit Greenhouse Gas Emissions Cut Target Sooner Than 2025, Kerry Says
February 25
Environmental Claim Against Ex-Im Bank for Australia Natural Gas Projects Can Proceed
February 25
Next U.K. Parliament Should Grant Borrowing Powers to Green Bank, Official Says
February 25
Brazil Arrests Alleged Deforestation King
February 25
Spain Adopts E-Waste Management Rules
February 25
Spain Orders Energy Efficiency Fund Contributions
February 25
EU Lawmakers Provisionally Approve Trading Fix, Triggering Member State Negotiations
February 24
EU Environment Chief Indicates Proposed 2030 Waste Targets Could Be Reviewed
February 24
European Parliament Committee Approves Plan to Limit Crop-Based Biofuels
February 24
EU Chemicals Agency Publishes Data Sharing Guidance for Biocidal Product Suppliers
February 24
International Climate Change Leader Resigns Amid Sexual Misconduct Charges
February 24
Canada's Northwest Territories Eyes Major Road Building to Counter Melting Permafrost
February 24
Obama Vetoes Bill to Approve Keystone XL; Senate Republicans Plan Override Vote
February 24
Canada Designates Fuel Oil No. 2 as Toxic, Says 28 Pharmaceutical Substances Are Not
February 24
Officials to Assess Need for Fracking Rules In EU to Help Prevent Environmental Damage
February 23
Humble LED Light Bulb Helps Japan Fill Nuclear Gap, Keep Power Flowing
February 27
U.K. Government Awards First Group Of Incentives for Renewable Energy Projects
February 27
Nebraska Court Blocks TransCanada's Efforts to Acquire Land for Keystone Pipeline
February 26
Eight EU Nations Resist Early Carbon Fix In Letter to European Commission President
February 26
India Says it Will Spend Nearly $1 Billion To Clean Up Waste Plants Along Ganges
February 26
U.S. May Hit Greenhouse Gas Emissions Cut Target Sooner Than 2025, Kerry Says
February 25
Ontario Measure Introduced for Third Time Would Help Protect Great Lakes Ecosystem
February 23
UN Study Looks at Using Carbon Credits to Help Cut Emissions from Savanna Wildfires
February 23
IPCC Opens Nairobi Talks With Warning Of Climate Change Impact on East Africa
February 23
Poland Renewables Law May Boost Mini-Wind Farms
February 23
Shell Withdraws Plan for Alberta Oil Sands Mine
February 23
The Coal Conundrum: Germany's Reliance Shows Paradox of Global Energy Transition
February 20
Canada to Overhaul Safety Rules for Crude Shipments by Train, Create Disaster Fund
February 20
Canada Imposes New Notice Requirements On Uses for Strains of Living Organisms
February 20
British Columbia Budget Funds Water Sustainability, Cement Industry Emission Cuts
February 20
European Union Tightens Energy Economy Requirements for Domestic Ovens, Cooktops
February 20
Deutsche Bank Set to Buy $1.1 Billion In Green Bonds as Market Matures
February 20
France, Spain Inaugurate Electrical Power Link to Double Their Connection Capacity
February 20
Italy's Greenhouse Gas Emissions Fall Again in 2014
February 20
Poland Renewables Law Could Boost Mini-Wind Farms
February 23