Young evangelicals push to ‘build a bigger choir loft’ for U.S. climate action

How Does Soil Pull Carbon out of the Atmosphere?

The world’s first ‘infinite’ plastic

Amazon Wins Appeal Over $300 Million EU Tax Bill

The European Union’s second-highest court sided with Amazon over a $300 million tax bill, dealing a new blow to the bloc’s efforts to wring more tax from big tech companies.

We Must Incorporate Social Justice When Planning for Compound Disasters

When multiple disasters combine, marginalized communities are impacted the hardest. A new paper urges institutions to center social justice during disaster planning and response, and encourages more collaboration between communities, researchers, and responders.

Pentagon Backs Off Xiaomi Blacklisting After Legal Challenge

The U.S. Defense Department opted against further defending a Trump administration action that alleged ties between the Chinese smartphone giant and China’s military.

SoftBank Breaks Records, But Can It Last?

What a difference a year makes.

PRESS BRIEFING: by Press Secretary Jen Psaki, Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg, and Administrator of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Michael Regan, May 12, 2021

Global renewable energy industry grew at fastest rate since 1999 last year

The world’s renewable energy industry grew at its fastest pace since 1999 last year, despite the disruption caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, and may have established a standard for growth in the future, according to the International Energy Agency.

Louisiana’s governor wants the oil and gas state to go carbon neutral

In a major shift, Louisiana officials are making a plan to ramp up clean energy. Governor John Bel Edwards says the state must reduce the emissions fueling increasingly destructive extreme weather.