The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is receiving $14 billion in funding to focus on projects dedicated to tackling supply chain issues and climate change, some of which has been allocated from the bipartisan infrastructure law passed last year.
A team of Mexican scientists are developing a successful experiment that allows for the recovery and maintenance of endemic trees in the Monarch Butterfly Biosphere Reserve that provide a habitat for monarch butterflies every winter.
Louisiana’s nearly final plan for reducing carbon emissions to “net zero” by 2050 focuses on “three pillars,” starting with a dramatic shift to electricity from renewable sources, such as wind and solar and using that electricity to power the state’s huge industrial base.
The new program, run through Vermont’s Agency of Agriculture, Food and Markets, aims to compensate farmers for amounts of phosphorus they reduce that go beyond what’s expected through regulatory programs.
Economy and Climate Minister Robert Habeck has delivered sharp criticism of the country’s record on climate change. Reductions in carbon emissions will have to "treble" to meet the country's climate goals.