Big Banks Pledge to Cut Coal Industry Lending
Morgan Stanley and Wells Fargo commit to reducing credit exposures, but the coal industry is in decline anyway.
N.Y. Probing Exxon Mobil Over Climate Research
The state's attorney general is looking into whether the company failed to disclose the risks that climate change could pose to its business.
U.S. Unveils Final Rule on Greenhouse Gases
The sweeping plan to cut carbon pollution from power plants by 32% by 2030 is certain to face a legal challenge and GOP opposition in Congress.
U.S. Proposes Tougher Standards for Big Trucks
The Obama administration's initiative is intended to improve fuel efficiency and reduce pollution.
Summer Rule-Making to Address Climate Change
The White House is trying to fill as many regulatory gaps as possible before Barack Obama leaves office.
Investors Pressuring Energy Firms to Go Green
Shareholders are pressuring management to "identify risks associated with climate change, rein in greenhouse gases, or assess methane emissions."