Senator Joe Manchin has told the White House and congressional leaders that he will not support including a key clean-power provision in the Democrats’ spending package, putting at risk a central element of the legislation designed to fight climate change, according to a person familiar with the matter.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday rejected Spire STL Pipeline’s request to pause a D.C. Circuit ruling that tossed the project’s regulatory approval, which the company has said risks a loss of gas service for thousands of customers in the St. Louis region this winter.
The world’s major economies are gridlocked in their efforts to agree concrete steps to tackle climate change just two weeks before a crucial summit in Rome, according to three people familiar with the matter.
Sacramento County, Calif., has failed to maintain and repair its sewage system, resulting in multiple overflows in violation of the Clean Water Act, an environmental group told a federal court in the state.
A potential new SPD-lead German government wants to abandon coal as a power source eight years earlier than planned, a move that would be a big win for the planet but a challenge for a country already struggling with energy supplies.
The top U.S. climate envoy on Friday lauded corporate action to stem greenhouse gas emissions amid concern that legislation to help fulfill promised carbon cuts is languishing in Congress before critical negotiations in Scotland.
Three subsidiaries of the chemical company LyondellBasell Industries N.V. agreed to pay $53 million to settle a lawsuit over alleged air pollution violations at facilities in Texas and Iowa, according to a filing in a Texas federal court.