POET, the largest biofuels producer in the United States, says it is committed to achieving net-zero carbon emissions at its bioprocessing facilities by 2050, making it the latest company to pledge to reduce its carbon footprint to fight climate change.
Many of Montana's streams and wetlands lost Clean Water Act protections after the Trump administration passed a federal rule in 2020, but those pollution protections were restored following a recent decision by a U.S. district court judge.
A group of environmental advocates accused state and military authorities of lackluster response to legacy PFAS contamination, and pointed to a former nuclear bomber base near Lake Huron as Michigan's prime example.
Young climate activists carrying signs reading "Biden, you coward - fight for us" and "No climate, no deal" gathered outside the White House on Monday to protest what they called U.S. President Joe Biden's broken promises and pandering to Republicans.
Legal experts from across the globe have drawn up a "historic" definition of ecocide, intended to be adopted by the international criminal court to prosecute the most egregious offences against the environment.
Six climate activists and two environmental NGOs have taken Norway to the European court of human rights, arguing the Nordic country's plans to drill for oil in the Arctic are harming young people's futures.