Federal Labor Agency Says Amazon Illegally Fired Climate Activists
Regulators have told the company to reach a settlement with two former employees.
'I'm Not a Martian': Why Bill Gates Isn't Interested in the Space Race
According to the Microsoft co-founder, there are problems here on Earth that need more attention.
The Effects of Climate Change Will Be Worse Than Those of the Pandemic: Bill Gates
The Microsoft co-founder is pleased that interest in this topic has not waned despite the pandemic.
President Biden Commits to 'Made in America' Federal Electric Vehicle Fleet
The president wants hundreds of thousands of clean EVs 'made right here in America by American workers'
Eat Just's 'No-Kill' Meat Will 'Change the Food System,' Says CEO
The company's founder, Josh Tetrick, believes their cultured chicken will satisfy all kinds of customers, and it just received regulatory approval in Singapore.
Global Warming Advanced in 2020 Despite the Closure of Industries and the Reduction in Air Traffic
This year is among the three warmest in history, with extreme weather events intensifying.
Climate Change a Problem for U.S. Banks' Investing Strategies, Finds Ceres
The environmental nonprofit and sustainable-investing advocate's analysis is based on a comprehensive definition of risk that includes a wider swath of the economy than fossil fuels.
Eastern European Startups Take on Climate Change Amid a Divided EU
The European Union has faced the challenge of balancing how different countries prioritize climate change action.
The Mohammed bin Rashid Initiative For Global Prosperity Announces Winners Of The US$1 Million Global Maker Challenge
The four winners, and eight runners-up of the competition, will be recipients of cash prizes, and will also receive access to mentors and global organizations worth up to US$1 million.
Yep, Amazon Renamed a Sports Venue in Seattle 'Climate Pledge Arena'
Amazon says the 18,000-seat venue formerly known as KeyArena is being renovated to become the first net zero carbon sports arena in the world.