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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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  • 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
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  • Water quality and supply

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U.K. May Stop Backing Onshore Wind, Home Efficiency
July 10
Scientists: World Has Strict Carbon Dioxide ‘Budget'
July 10
China Plan Would Address False Pollution Monitoring
July 10
China Mostly Quiet on Upholding of High Solar Panel Tariffs
July 10
India Unveils Guidelines for Solar Parks, Rooftop Loans
July 10
India Moves Forward With Green Energy Corridor
July 10
Japan's Highly Radioactive Waste in Search of Home
July 10
European Heat Wave Taste of ‘More Intense' Future
July 10
Solar Can Supply Oil Industry's Need for Energy
July 10
Pollution Threatens Great Lakes, Canadian Rivers: WWF
July 10
Chief Mate of U.K. Ship Sentenced for False Reports
July 10
Brazilian Judge Backs Plastic Bag Store Fee
July 10
European Parliament Backs Binding Recycling Goals
July 9
Germany Loses EU Appeal Over Heavy Metals in Toys
July 9
Banks Agree on Approach to Tracking Climate Finance
July 9
Canada Study: Ocean Warming Could Cause Fish Migration
July 9
Alberta Warns Apache Canada About Pipeline Issues
July 9
China Pushing Mediation Over Environmental Lawsuits
July 9
Green Climate Funding Survives U.S. Senate Vote
July 9
India Court Backs Foreign Providers on Oil Tax Rate
July 9
European Parliament Ratifies ETS Market Reserve
July 8
Green Bonds Slow in 2015, May Ramp Up Before Paris
July 8
House Oversight Panel Subpoenas Keystone Documents
July 8
Inhofe: U.S. 2025 Emissions Pledges ‘Don't Add Up'
July 8
Germany's Green Power Push Overwhelms Neighbors
July 8
Surge in Extreme Rainfall Due to Climate Change
July 8
Ontario Premier Calls for Carbon Emissions Cuts
July 8
Japan Company Hitches Hopes on Algae to Fuel Jets
July 8
Canada Association Updates Pipeline Safety Standards
July 8
U.K. to Scrap Climate Change Levy Exemption
July 8
Egypt to Spend $200 Million on Two Solar Plants
July 8
New Zealand Commits to Cut GHG Emissions 30 Percent by 2030 Compared to 2005 Level
July 7
Some Environmental Groups Say Brazil Climate-Related Pledges Fall Short
July 7
Despite Industry Opposition, German Parliament to Adopt Waste Collection Bill
July 7
Volatile Oil Prices, Clean Energy Advances Offer World Opening on Climate, Report Says
July 7
China Plans for Safe Smart-Grid System By 2020 in Bid to Push Clean Energy
July 7
Canadian Agency Finds Potential Injury From Dumped, Subsidized Chinese Solar Panels
July 7
Canada Nuclear Substances Transport Rules Updated to Align With International Norms
July 7
Canadian Marine Safety Organization Gets $11.2 Million for Independent Research
July 7
Canadian Aboriginal Group Announces Conditions for LNG Project to Proceed
July 7
EU Carbon Set-Aside for New Companies Set To Shrink After 2020 Under Proposed Plan
July 7
U.K.'s Antitrust Authority Finds Consumers Pay Too Much for Energy
July 7
$283 Billion of LNG Projects May Not Be Economical, Carbon Tracker Initiative Says
July 7
Australia Lures Suppliers From Tesla As Solar Battery Race Accelerates
July 7
UNESCO, Parks Canada Vetting Oil Sands Impact
July 7
South Korea Lists 510 Chemicals in First Three-Year K-REACH Inventory
July 6
Europe Biotech Industry Cites Butterfly Buffer Zone Study in Seeking GM Corn Approval
July 6
Canadian Government Authorizes Offshore Use of Chemicals to Treat Oil, Gas Spills
July 6
Don't Wait For Climate Pact to Recover Trillions Lost to ‘Post-Tax' Energy Subsidies
July 6
Regional, City Leaders Discuss Climate Change, Role for Nonstate Players in Paris
July 6
Water Becomes ‘Blue Gold’ as World's Driest Desert Expands South in Chile
July 6
Germany Plans 4-Gigawatt Power Reserve By 2020 to Avoid Potential Blackout Risk
July 6
EU Carbon Set-Aside for New Companies Set To Shrink Post 2020 Under Proposed Plan
July 6
India Launches Portal for Environmental Permits
July 6
Study Warns of Extinction Rate of Global Biota
July 6
India to Kick Off $330 Million Solar Program in July
July 6
EU Court of Auditors Finds Shortcomings In Emissions Trading System Implementation
July 2
EU Chemicals Agency Proposes Addition Of 15 Substances to REACH Authorization List
July 2
South Korea Data Show Continued Cut in Toxic Chemicals Released Into Environment
July 2
South Korea Targets 1.3 Percent Annual Airline Fuel Efficiency Gain Through 2025
July 2
Taiwan Officially Suspends Operations Of New Lungmen Nuclear Power Plant
July 2
China Seeks Specific Identities in EPA Rules Restricting New Uses of Chemicals
July 2
Federal Prosecutors in Brazil File Lawsuit for Steelmaker to Make Environmental Upgrades
July 2
Water Shortages Uniting Iraq Government, Islamic State Militants Against Turkey
July 2
Germany Gives Dirtiest Coal Power Plants Six Years to Phase Out Use of Lignite
July 2
Germany's New Wind-to-Hydrogen Plant Takes Car-Fuel Challenge to Tesla
July 2
BP to Pay Record $18.7 Billion to Settle Claims Linked to Deepwater Horizon Spill
July 2
IFC to Finance Clean Energy Projects in Chile
July 2
Japan to Use Biofuels for Flights by Tokyo Olympics
July 2
Venture to Build Two Solar Farms in Philippines
July 2
China's 2030 Carbon Intensity Offer Viable With Sustained Push for Renewable Sources
July 1
Legal Framework, Reaching New Goals, Key For China to Peak Carbon Emissions by 2030
July 1
Business Groups, Environmentalists Blast South Korea's UN Global Climate Pledge
July 1
Canada Offers Proposals to Protect British Columbia's Glass Sponge Reefs
July 1
Mexico Preparing for 2016 Wholesale Electricity Market, Energy Official Says
July 1
Flaring Fossil Fuels Undermining Russia's Pledges on Climate Change, Pollution
July 1
Power Dam Blamed for Brazil's Loss of Biodiversity
July 1
UN Upholds Australia's Great Barrier Reef Decision
July 1
Japan Carmakers Subsidize Hydrogen Stations
July 1
China Pledges to Cut the Carbon Intensity Of Its Economy Up to 65 Percent by 2030
June 30
Major Australian Business, Environment Groups Join in Call for Strong Climate Action
June 30
Delhi Budget Plan Focuses on Improving Public Transport to Address Air Pollution
June 30
South Africa Expedites Fracking Plans Amid Environmental Concerns About Karoo
June 30
U.S., Brazil Announce New Climate Initiatives; Seek Momentum Before Paris Climate Talks
June 30
‘Lack of Trust' on Climate Finance, Figueres Warns Before Paris Negotiations
June 30
Facts Supporting Keystone XL Pipeline Growing, TransCanada Tells State Department
June 30
UN Experts Group Weigh Joint Approach To International Corrosivity Standards
June 30
Global Emissions Commitment Tracker
June 30
U.S., Peru Establish Mechanism for Public To Voice Environmental Concerns, USTR Says
June 30
Report Finds 2.3 Billion Lack Access To Basic Toilets; Slightly Better Than 2014
June 30
Canada Rescinds Nanosubstance Requirement
June 30
Agency Would Assess Nova Scotia Offshore Projects
June 30
USAID to Help India Raise $665M for Clean-Energy
June 30
Northern Ireland Wind Farm to Power 10,000 Homes
June 30
EU Chemicals Agency Publishes List of REACH Restrictions for Compliance Initiative
June 29
‘Lack of Trust’ on Climate Aid Still Dividing Wealthier, Poor Nations Ahead of Paris Talks
June 29
UN Officials, Environment Ministers Worry Progress Too Slow on Global Climate Accord
June 29
Countries Not Moving Quickly Enough To Address Climate Change, Obama Says
June 29
French Chemical Makers Cite Significant Carbon Dioxide Emissions Drop Since 1990
June 29
South Korea to Begin Enforcement Of Fugitive Emissions Control Program
June 29
OECD Says Energy Taxes Often Encourage Use of Most Environmentally Damaging Fuels
June 26
Institute Says Italy Could Become Tropical Peninsula if Climate Change Goes Unchecked
June 26
Brazil Notes Significant Drop in Carbon Emissions Linked to Amazon Deforestation
June 26
UN Secretary, Negotiators to Push Nations To Forge Ahead on Global Climate Accord
June 26
U.K. Support for Offshore Wind Must Be ‘Progressively Reduced,' Energy Chief Says
June 26
China to Top Offshore Energy Spending, India Eyes Its Potential: London Panel
June 26
Swedish Industry Body Criticizes Government Proposal to Scrap Carbon Tax Rebate
June 26
South Korea to Limit Certain Chemicals In Wet Wipes, Classify as a Cosmetic
June 26
Brazil Encourages Rancher to Boost Beef Productivity y 82% to Protect Amazon
June 26
Former Treasury Secretary Says Pollution Could Overwhelm China as Cities Expand
June 26
South Korea Adds Seven More Products To K-REACH Chemical Product Watch List
June 25
Morocco's 2020 UN Climate Pledge Could Make it ‘Role Model’ for Other Nations
June 25
Negotiators Eye Placeholder in Paris Climate Deal for State, Industry Action on Emissions
June 25
Alberta Will Increase Carbon Price Ahead of Climate Regulations Revamp
June 25
Australian Renewable Energy Target Law Paves Way for $11 Billion in Projects
June 25
UN Urges European Oil Majors to Plan For Phasing Out Fossil Fuels by 2100
June 25
Germany's Plans for Wind Autobahn Rile Residents Deploring Landscape Blot
June 25
U.K. Renewable Share of Energy Rises, Confounding European Union Warning
June 25
Joint Project Enables Pilots to Avoid Volcanic Ash
June 25
U.K. to Sell Stake in Green Investment Bank
June 25
Dutch Government Must Act to Cut Emissions by 25 Percent, Court Rules
June 24
Australia Cuts Renewable Energy Target For 2020, Adding Some Certainty to Market
June 24
U.S., China Seek Progress on Climate Finance, Other Cooperation to Support Global Accord
June 24
Credit Rating Agencies Could Face Heat In Potential ‘Climate Crisis,' Report Says
June 24
Quebec Protesters Becomes Latest Hurdle To Canada's Pipeline Plans for Oil Exports
June 24
Return of Cooler Solar Cycle Won't Save the Earth From Global Warming
June 24
World Health Organization Study Finds Herbicide 2,4-D ‘Possibly’ Carcinogenic
June 23
China Sets Up System for Compensating Victims of Shipping Oil Spill Incidents
June 23
China May Be Mulling More Ambitious Cut In Carbon Intensity Under Pledge, Stern Says
June 23
Chile Declares Environmental Emergency In Capital, Santiago, Over Air Quality
June 23
Brazilian City Fines State Oil Company Offshoot $16 Million for Pipeline Spill
June 23
UN General Assembly Creates Panel To Draft Pact to Protect Marine Biodiversity
June 23
Climate Change Growing Threat to Public's Health, Not Just Planet's: U.S. Officials
June 23
How the European Oil Industry Decided To Change its Position on Climate Change
June 23
Renewables Seen Drawing Bulk of Spending on New Power Units, Forecast Says
June 23
Report: Locales Must Prepare for Climate Change
June 23
Canada Files New Charges in July 2013 Lac-Mégantic Train Derailment, Explosion
June 22
EPA Bolsters Argument for Global Action On Climate Change in Report on Costs, Benefits
June 22
Report Says Brazil Needs to Invest Billions to Handle Solid Waste From Cities
June 22
Prime Minister Renzi Wants Italy to Take On Lead Role in Pre-Paris Climate Talks
June 22
Southeast Asia Nations Ready Chemical Labeling, Registration of Substances
June 22
Poland Opposition Seeks ‘Special Treatment' For Coal, Exemption From EU Emissions Rules
June 22
Japan's Softbank Unveils $20B Solar Venture in India
June 22
Potential Role for UN in Setting Standards for Green Bonds Ahead of Paris Talks
June 22
British Columbia, U.S. Western States Work Toward Coordinated Oil Spill Response Plans
June 19
Israel Environment Ministry Releases Plan for Haifa Bay Cleanup Efforts
June 19
U.K. to End Wind-Energy Subsidies In 2016, One Year Earlier Than Planned
June 19
U.K. Coal Rail Shipments Hit Two-Year Low As Carbon Tax Dampens Power Profit
June 19
Brazilian Companies Respond to Climate Change
June 19
Sunedison Plans Expansion on ‘Sunniest Continent’
June 19
Uganda Plans Compulsory Biofuel Blending
June 19
Stressing Moral Climate Change Cause, Pope Francis Steps Squarely Into Politics
June 18
On Capitol Hill, Lawmakers See Little Effect On Their Work From Pope's Climate Call
June 18
Poland Seeks to Balance Pope's Call for Climate Action With Coal Use, Energy Security
June 18
EU Lawmakers Call for Recycling Targets to Be Retained in Forthcoming Waste Proposals
June 18
Germany Becomes Latest EU Member State To Face Energy Efficiency Legal Challenge
June 18
IMO Effort to Curb Ship Fires Seen as Possible Boost to Cleaner Fuels at Sea
June 18
Canada Approves Regulations to Control Spread of Aquatic Invasive Species
June 18
French Court to Hear Challenge to BPA Ban; National Health Agency Defends Opinion
June 18
EGA Negotiators Hope UN Climate Change Talks Spur Agreement on Trade Benefits
June 18
Carbon Glut Limits Germany's Options To Meet 2020 Emissions Reduction Target
June 18
U.K. Plans to End New Onshore Wind Subsidy Program One Year Early, Raising Questions
June 18
Ecuador Suit in $9.5B Oil Spill Judgment Dismissed
June 18
EU Chemicals Agency Calls for Input on Possible Concerns of DecaBDE Restriction
June 17
EU Chemicals Agency Calls for Updating REACH Filings for Reproductive Toxicity Tests
June 17
Sweden Extends Sanctions Regime For Pesticide Breaches, Activities
June 17
Expect Informal Climate Talks on Sidelines Of September UN Meeting, Diplomat Says
June 17
With Renewed Focus on Public Safety, China Could Update Chemical Spill Response Plans
June 17
Uruguay Expects to Nearly Triple Wind Power In Two Years, Become South American Leader
June 17
Brazil Court Says Amazon Tribes Must Be Consulted
June 17
Pontifical Science Academy Helped to Shape Views Pope Francis Holds on Climate Change
June 17
Trina Solar Plans $500M India Plant Amid U.S., Europe Ban on Shipments From China
June 17
South Korea to Adopt New Diesel On-the-Road Emissions Standards in 2017
June 16
French Official Wants Garden Stores to Stop Sales of Glyphosate Pesticides to Consumers
June 16
France's Fossil Fuel Power at 60-Year Low Amid National Boom in Solar, Wind Energy
June 16
EU Raises Concern That U.K., France Will Not Meet Renewable Energy Goals
June 16
Opponents See Few Avenues to Fight Israel Decision to Build on Jerusalem Nature Site
June 16
Chile Environmental Watchdog Closes Copper Mine
June 16
Brazil to Run Its First Hydrogen-Powered Buses
June 16
UN Climate Process Expects Papal Encyclical To Boost Momentum in Negotiations
June 15
IEA Says Paris Pledges Must Be Bolstered For World to Stay Below Excessive Warming
June 15
China Considers Replacing Problematic Pollution Fee System With Environmental Tax
June 15
EU Fossil Fuel Emissions Fall; Ministers Raise Questions About Pace of Climate Negotiations
June 15
EU Chemicals Agency Adds Two Potential Substances of Very High Concern to List
June 15
EU Committee Backs Stricter Limits on Four Chemical Substances Used in Toys
June 15
Pope Backs Climate Change Science, Denounces World Leaders for Inaction
June 15
Energy Subsidies at 16 Times Carbon Prices Stymie Pollution Curbs
June 15
U.K. Could Get Negative Power Price By 2020 on Renewables Jump, Utility Says
June 15
India Should Mandate Efficient Fridges, Gas Stoves: International Energy Agency
June 15
EU Chemicals Agency Reduces Penalties For False Company Size Declarations
June 12
European Commission Calls for Comments On Waste Markets, Circular Economy
June 12
Producers Lower Canada's Oil Forecast, Cite Price Drop, Doubts About Oil Sands
June 12
Brazil Rainforest Protection Program to Cover 14 Percent of Amazon Region in 2014
June 12
Chile's Renewables Potential Attracting More R&D Funds From European Investors
June 12
Polar Bears Eating Dolphins as Waters Warm; Could Become Regular Meal, Scientists Say
June 12
OECD Makes Chemical Classification Search Easier
June 12
Kazakhstan Gets First Large Solar Plant Project
June 12
Chile Requires Companies to Report on Sustainability
June 12
Bonn Talks End With Mandate to Streamline Text That Could Become Paris Climate Pact
June 11
Breakthrough on Forest Policies in Bonn Offers Glint of Optimism Toward UN Deal
June 11
U.S., Canada Scientists Call for Moratorium On New Development in Alberta Oil Sands
June 11
Canada Approves Plans for North Montney Mainline Pipeline Project in British Columbia
June 11
Proposed Corrosive Material Classification Changes in Top Issues for June UN Meeting
June 11
Hackers Target Big Oil, Equipment; Seek Political Gain, Snoop Confidential Data
June 11
Shell Says Carbon Capture Projects Face Large Risk Premiums, U.K. Agency Says
June 11
UN Climate Negotiators Make Some Progress, Agree to Steps to Slow Global Deforestation
June 10
European Parliament Confirms Continued EU Kyoto Protocol Participation Through 2020
June 10
Report: Water Risks Could Undermine Chinese Companies Unless Addressed
June 10
Japan Plans to Tighten Rules on Solar Power To Boost Other Renewables, Help Consumers
June 10
Senators Unveil $45-a-Ton Carbon Tax Bill; Revenue Could Offset Corporate Tax Cut
June 10
EPA to Consider Greenhouse Gas Rules For Aircraft After Endangerment Finding
June 10
U.S. Ousts Russia as Top World Oil, Gas Producer, BP Data Says
June 10
Emissions From Energy Show Slowest Gain Since 2009 Drop, BP Says in Annual Review
June 10
Prime Minister's Solar Embrace in India Leaves Wind Power in the Shade
June 10
Ireland Names Climate Change Council Members
June 10
Former UN Climate Chief: Paris Bar Low Enough, Might Deliver Agreement
June 9
Citing Carbon Emissions, South Korea Scraps Planned Coal Plants in Favor of More Nuclear
June 9
ECHA: Chemical Companies Should Include Nano Research Results in REACH Dossiers
June 9
Pressure Mounts on Japan to Ramp Up Climate Goals; Top Negotiator Defends Plans
June 9
French Minister Calls for Details on Developed Nations' $100 Billion Pledge
June 9
Russian Constitutional Court Ruling Cut Liability for Oil Spill by Cost of Cleanup
June 9
U.S. Commits to Helping Developing Nations With Climate Adaptation Through Partnership
June 9
Carbon-Absorbing Mineral in Earth's Crust Among ‘Last Ditch’ Climate Change Remedies
June 9
EU, China May Be Ready to Reach Pact To Share Low-Emissions Technologies
June 9
Alberta Energy Efficiency Program Would Create 3,800 Jobs, Reduce Emissions: Report
June 9
ECHA Increases REACH Fees to Account for Inflation
June 9
G7 Leaders Back Decarbonizing Economies By 2100, Urge Countries to Unveil Targets
June 8
Bonn Negotiators Set Sights on Crafting What Could Become Paris Climate Pact Language
June 8
China's Draft Standards Would Regulate Airborne Emissions From Inland Boat Engines
June 8
Canada to Expand Reporting of Incidents, Harmonizing Requirements With U.S.
June 8
Canada Plans to Repeal Vinyl Chloride Regulations to End Regulatory Overlap
June 8
Peru Plans to Tell UN It Will Cut Greenhouse Gas Emissions 31 Percent by 2030
June 8
New Israel Report Says Leviathan Holds 25 Percent Less Gas Than Was Claimed
June 8
G7 Leaders Seek to Speed Up Work on Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership
June 8
Global Emissions Commitment Tracker
June 8
China's Greenhouse Gases Predicted to Peak Five Years Before 2030 Pledge: U.K. Report
June 8
China Pushes Sales of Clean Energy Bonds As President Vows to Fight Pollution
June 8
Canada Stands Behind Technology Strategy As G7 Commits to Deep Emissions Cuts
June 8
Canada Issues Hexanedioic Acid Requirement Notice
June 8
Canada Radioactive Waste Project Open for Comment
June 8
Groups Blast Ruling Against Low Tax Rates In U.K. for Energy-Saving Equipment
June 5
French Minister: Paris Climate Talks Could Fail Without ‘Precise' Financing Agreement
June 5
Norway's Government Pension Fund, Among World's Largest, Divests From Coal
June 5
Aboriginal Group Calls for Tougher Rules for Mine Tailing Ponds in British Columbia
June 5
U.S. Lawmakers See Little Affect on Their Work From Pope's Climate Call
June 18
New Informal Text Emerges as Focus During UN Climate Talks in Bonn
June 5
Issuers' 2015 Conflict Minerals Filings Improving in Detail, Early Reviews Show
June 5
Canada Issues Final Determination Covering Solar Panels From China
June 5
Chileans Bet Apple Inc. to Go Green in Light Of Chinese Actions Regarding Rare Earths
June 5
Three Groups of Chinese Solar Panel Makers Breach Terms Allowing EU Tariff Exemption
June 5
European Commission Seeks Input on International Plan to Manage Oceans
June 4
Mexico Pins Renewable Energy Investment Goals on New Clean Energy Certificates
June 4
Canada, U.S. Move Closer Together on Pesticides, Chemicals, Hazmat Transport
June 4
Asian Nations Weigh Rapid Expansion of Hydropower Against Environmental Costs
June 4
Pope Francis' Climate Change Encyclical To Be Released June 18, Vatican Announces
June 4
Alberta Premier Looks to Ontario In Energy Policy Move From Coal
June 4
Some Developing Nations Remain Suspicious Of World Bank Carbon-Market Push
June 4
Major Coal Producers Left Unscathed As Divestment Campaign Rumbles On
June 4
President Rousseff's Washington Visit Spurring Talks on Climate Change Divide
June 4
Former BP Executive Denies Lying About Size of 2010 Gulf Oil Spill
June 4
India Plans Dam on Brahmaputra to Check Floods
June 4
Ikea to Spend $1.1B on Climate Aid, Energy
June 4
Japan Adopts Plan to Cut GHG Emissions 26 Percent by 2030, Restart Nuclear Program
June 3
Key Player in Paris Climate Talks Seeks Pact That Won't Require U.S. Congress Approval
June 3
Officials Set to Tweak Nicaragua Grand Canal Route Over Environmental Concerns
June 3
New EU Chemical Labeling Plan Takes Effect After Strong Push From Norway
June 3
Report Outlines Policy Options for Aiding Governments in Recycling, Reusing Water
June 3
Potent Methane Emissions Threaten To Undermine Natural Gas Offensive
June 3
Nordic Green Power Boom Could Exceed Joint Target on Renewable Energy Production
June 3
U.K. Judge Warns Polluters of Big Fines for Breaches
June 3
OECD Urges Governments, Regulators to Ease Funding for Low-Carbon Infrastructure
June 2
Hong Kong Incentives Would Spur Ships To Adopt Use of Low-Sulfur Fuels in Port
June 2
Energy Report Says Most Africans Live Without Regular Source of Electricity
June 2
U.S. Groups Call Attention to Potential Harm From Enbridge's Alberta Clipper Pipeline
June 2
Some Canned Food Makers Switching From BPA, Environmental Group Finds
June 2
South Africa Energy Department to Take Over From Eskom to Lead Nuclear Build Program
June 2
Exxon CEO Says Europe Should See Climate Benefits of Shale Gas Production
June 2
Chevron Corp. Equipment Loss in Rough Seas Challenges Growth Plan
June 2
Scientists Start $150B Program to Make Clean-Energy Cost Less Than Coal
June 2
UN-Sponsored Climate Talks Begin in Bonn, But Many Delegates Have an Eye on Paris
June 1
Rainforest Protection Program to Cover 14% of Amazon Region This Year, Brazil Says
June 12
Japan Plans to Tighten Rules on Solar Power To Boost Other Renewables, Help Consumers
June 10
French Minister Says It's Time for Details On Developed Nations' $100 Billion Pledge
June 9
Aboriginal Group Calls for Tougher Rules For Mine Tailing Ponds in British Columbia
June 5
European Commission Seeks Input On International Plan to Manage Oceans
June 4
Canada, U.S. Move Closer Together On Pesticides, Chemicals, Hazmat Transport
June 4
European Big Oil Calls for Climate Change Policy Agreement With U.S. Counterparts
June 1
Wealth Fund Coal Ban Undermines Norway's Uneasy Fossil Fuel Goals
June 1
Rain Eases Alberta Wildfire Hazard to Oil Sands Production Sites; Startup Anticipated
June 1
Israel to End Mining of Samar Sand Dunes
June 1
Law on Mine Payment Disclosure Takes Effect
June 1
Australia After Carbon Tax—Continuing Obligations and Some Opportunities
June 1
EU Agency Analyzes Safety of Dioxins in Food, Dissimilarities in Global Standards
May 29
Italy's New Reform Package Makes Serious Environmental Abuses Punishable by Jail Time
May 29
Clean Technology, Climate Change Initiatives Introduced at Energy Ministerial Meetings
May 29
Annual Sustainability Reports May Cease To Exist as Information Is Shared Digitally
May 29
Report: Israel's Hazardous Waste Industry In ‘Financial Crisis,' Needs Rescuing
May 29
United Nations Fosters Use of Pre-2020 Carbon Credits for Climate Plans
May 29
Australia Keeps Great Barrier Reef Off The World Heritage Endangered Site List
May 29
Dutch Court Rejects Residents' Plea for Cut in Groningen Natural Gas Output
May 29
International Business Lobby Advises Climate Negotiators on Role of Carbon Price Options
May 28
Analysts: Paring Down Draft Climate Accord First Order of Business for Talks in Bonn
May 28
Government Study Suggests Huge Amount of Oil in Canada's Northwest Territories Shale
May 28
EU Stimulus Plan Crosses the Legislative Threshold; Investment to Begin in September
May 28
Japan Coal Revival Sidesteps Scrutiny By Building Smaller Plants, Critics Say
May 28
Chile Investigates Atacama Copper Mine Over Allegations of Excessive Water Use
May 28
EU Climate Chief Sees Tough Talks On Carbon Market Reform, Car Targets
May 28
Alberta Fire Threat Grows as Blaze Moves Toward Oil Sand Operations
May 28
Israel Court Opens Door to Class Action Smoking Suits
May 28
European Commission Approves Germany's Latest Renewable Energy Levy Exception
May 27
German Legislative Debate on Proposed Fracking Laws Spark Praise, Condemnation
May 27
Baltic Sea Report Points to Monitoring Gaps, Ships Introducing Nonindigenous Species
May 27
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
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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