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The next generation of biotech food is headed for the grocery aisles, and first up may be salad dressings or granola bars made with soybean oil genetically tweaked to be good for your heart.
Volkswagen AG will invest 1.2 billion euros ($1.4 billion) to revamp a plant in eastern Germany into Europe's largest electric-car factory, giving chase to Tesla Inc.'s move into affordable zero-emission vehicles.
Two North Carolina coastal communities have received $1.1 million to control shoreline erosion.
A tool designed as an insurance policy for solar-power generation will be used to manage the risk associated with U.S. residential systems for the first time as part of a financing agreement backing 4,000 projects in the Northeast.
Experts who calculate risk for North American insurance companies said yesterday that extreme weather, sea-level rise and other climate-related stressors have driven threats to health, home and property to their highest levels ever.
Democratic attorneys general, city officials and a large environmental group threw their weight behind a New York City lawsuit demanding five of the world's biggest oil companies pay for climate change damages.
Transitioning to renewable energy isn't the only way to combat climate change.
The Trump White House plans to reprise a controversial fossil fuel and nuclear side event at this year's round of U.N. climate talks in Katowice, Poland.
Climate hawks are cheering after Democrats wrested control of governors' mansions in key states last week.
Corporate America is bingeing on renewables.
Climate change is the first big fight for congressional Democrats. It's fracturing the party along fault lines of turf, strategy and age.
A draft study of a proposed $2 billion methanol refining project in Kalama, Wash., says the plant would drive down global greenhouse gas emissions by displacing coal-based methanol sources.
San Francisco-based startup Lime has spent the last year scattering an assortment of brightly colored scooters and bikes around American cities, arguing such services will reduce car use and traffic problems. But even Lime can't quite sever ties with the automobile. Starting this week, the company will start spreading around Lime-branded cars, too.
The head of Alphabet Inc.'s autonomous vehicle unit gave a cautious outlook for the nascent industry Tuesday, saying the technology won't be ubiquitous for decades and that driverless vehicles will always have constraints.
Japan's economy contracted in the third quarter for the second time this year after an earthquake, typhoons and torrential rain battered production at home and exports declined amid softer demand overseas.
Australia's drought is nowhere near over. And neither are its political fights over climate change.
California is poised to become the first government to endorse the concept of paying other governments to reduce emissions from tropical forests.
Colorado is poised to take a big step to defy President Trump on climate.
Commercial fishermen in California and Oregon sued dozens of oil and gas companies yesterday for hurting the fishing market in the Pacific Ocean by raising temperatures on Earth.
Two new studies, both published this week in the journal Nature, once again highlight the influence of human activity on extreme weather events.