California Governor Gavin Newsom declared a state of emergency to free up energy supplies and speed development of new power plants to help the state avoid blackouts as it faces wildfires and crippling heat waves this summer.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service said in a Tenth Circuit filing that it will no longer challenge an order requiring it to complete more environmental review before approving funding for predator control studies in Colorado.
Like many who live in this pastoral valley near Livermore, Calif., Chris O’Brien is a believer in renewable energy. The 61-year old logistics business owner outfitted his barn with solar panels that power his 50-acre ranch where he grows oat hay, raises horses and grazes cattle.
The Chemours Co. is working quickly and effectively to reduce air and water releases of the PFAS it makes as well as the chemicals left by its predecessor, its new CEO, Mark E. Newman, told Bloomberg Law.
South African Environment Minister Barbara Creecy said countries at the COP26 United Nations climate talks in November should set a target of mobilizing $750 billion a year from developed countries to help poorer nations transition to greener energy.
Environmental groups will challenge a Virginia federal court’s decision that they can’t proceed in their lawsuit against the Trump administration’s changes to the National Environmental Policy Act review process.
Eskom Holdings SOC Ltd. Chief Executive Officer Andre de Ruyter laid out a funding plan to help the company, which generates the bulk of South Africa’s power from coal, transition away from the use of the dirtiest fossil fuel.