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11 Jul 2017

France to end sale of diesel and gasoline vehicles by 2040

By Bate Felix and Simon Carraud (Reuters) | 6 July 2017 PARIS – France aims to end the sale of gasoline and diesel vehicles by 2040 and become carbon neutral […]

7 Jul 2017

Youth Perspective: Is climate litigation too ‘political’?

By Henry Lininger | 27 June 2017  Source: Yale Climate Connections  Supporters of climate litigation are paying close attention to a federal suit filed in Eugene, Oregon. My former classmate Kelsey Juliana is […]

7 Jul 2017

G20 draft text fuses U.S. climate isolation with deal on innovation

By Michael Nienaber (Reuters) | 5 July 2017 Draft conclusions to this week’s summit of the Group of 20 leading economies acknowledge the United States’ isolation in opposing the Paris […]

4 Jul 2017

Court rejects Trump administration move to delay methane regulation

By Emily Flitter (Reuters) | 3 July 2017 The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency cannot freeze implementing a rule requiring oil and gas companies to fix methane leaks in their equipment, a federal […]

4 Jul 2017

EPA wins U.S. court reversal over coal jobs study

By Jonathan Stempel (Reuters) | 29 June 2017 A federal appeals court said the Environmental Protection Agency should not have been ordered by a lower court judge to assess how its air regulations […]

27 Jun 2017

EPA and Army Corps seek to rescind clean water rule

By Valerie Volcovici | 27 June 2017 WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and Army Corps of Engineers released a proposal on Tuesday to repeal the 2015 Clean Water […]

20 Jun 2017

U.S. top court hands Chevron victory in Ecuador pollution case

By Lawrence Hurley (Reuters) | 19 June 2017 WASHINGTON – The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday handed a victory to Chevron Corp by preventing Ecuadorean villagers and their American lawyer from trying to collect […]

19 Jun 2017

How a math formula could decide fate of endangered U.S. species

By Sharon Bernstein | 19 June 2017 The Trump administration is considering a proposal that could effectively let some plants and animals become extinct so cash-strapped agencies can use more […]

16 Jun 2017

Sanofi chief says U.S. Supreme Court ruling on biologics has “immediate impact”

By Matthias Blamont (Reuters) | 16 June 2017 PARIS, The U.S Supreme Court decision to speed access to copycat biologics drugs on Monday was expected but has an “immediate impact”, Sanofi Chief Executive […]

16 Jun 2017

Chinese court jails seven for falsifying pollution data

By Christian Shepherd (Reuters) | 16 June 2017 A court in China on Friday jailed seven people for more than a year each for tampering with air quality monitoring equipment […]

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