Maduro Foes Can’t Get Money for Lawyers After Guaido Ouster (1)
Venezuela’s opposition leader
Chemical Makers’ Sites, Data Easier to See With New EPA Tools
The EPA on Friday released a tool that will make it easier for the public to see where companies produce chemicals and find out how much they make and how many workers are exposed to them.
EPA Defeats Groups’ Bid to Compel Specific Chemours PFAS Testing
The US Environmental Protection Agency escaped claims brought by groups who say the agency effectively denied its petition to require
EU Looks at Carbon Market, Agriculture in 2040 Climate Plan (1)
The European Union started work on setting its 2040 climate goals, signaling future policies would require greener consumer lifestyles and more effort from businesses across the economy to meet climate neutrality by the middle of the century.
Munich Re Exits Insurance Climate Group Due to Legal Risks (2)
Siemens Books €1.59 Billion Accounting Gain on Energy Investment
US Silver Sued Over Discharge of Arsenic, Lead Into Idaho River
A silver mining company in Idaho illegally discharged arsenic, lead, and other pollutants into the South Fork Coeur d’Alene River, an environmental group alleged in a federal lawsuit.
Burford Capital Set to Cash Big Bet on Argentina Oil Lawsuit (2)
Burford Capital Ltd.’s big bet on a lawsuit over an Argentina oil company took a major step forward on Friday.
3M Plumbs the Depths of the Dow as Billions in Legal Costs Loom
Fargo Dumped E. Coli-Polluted Water Into Red River, Suit Claims
Fargo, N.D. has repeatedly dumped wastewater polluted with E. coli into the Red River for years, an environmental group alleged in a complaint filed in federal court.