Exxon Cleared in Landmark Climate Change Trial
A judge rejected New York state claims that Exxon misled investors about the potential costs of future climate regulations.
Investors Push for Climate Risk Disclosure
Companies that haven't made extensive disclosures about their climate risk profile should be prepared for a raft of questions from shareholders.
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.
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.
Global CO2 Levels Reach Ominous Landmark
Half of the rise in carbon dioxide levels, caused by burning fossil fuels, has occurred since 1980, says the NOAA.
U.S. Among Most Vulnerable to Climate-Change Risks
Many suppliers are making “either marginal or no improvements” in developing sustainable supply chains, according to a CDP report.
Big Business Joins U.S. Fight Against HFC Gases
Dupont, Honeywell and others reach agreement with the Obama administration to reduce their use of hydrofluorocarbons.
Shell, Exxon and Carbon: The Elephant in the Atmosphere
Managers at the biggest oil firms clash with investors over climate change.