If you try to imagine the most pathetic gathering of humans ever, it would probably look a lot like this group of people who have amassed their fortunes by stripping the Earth of its fossil fuels and are desperately trying to squeeze the last gasp of relevance out of a backwards-thinking , planet-strangling industry. Read more...
Exxon recommended its shareholders reject all of the pro-climate proposals.
Whether to negotiate new policies reflecting climate change or adopt a scorched-earth strategy has divided groups seeking change within the energy company.
"The business strategy as it exists today, and as it existed for the last 50 years, is not a business strategy that is going to work in the 21st century." The post Exxon Shareholders Disappoint Environmentalists, Vote Against Climate Change Proposals appeared first on ThinkProgress.
An initiative called Climate Feedback has unveiled what it calls the Scientific Trust Tracker, which assigns media outlets a rating based on an assessment by scientists of how accurately they report on climate change.
The rejected resolutions aimed to get the energy giant to take stronger measures aimed at limiting global warming
There has been a lot of talk about climate change and global warming. But no matter which side of the debate you're on we can all agree that trying harder to go green is a good thing to do. Here are 3 no-brainer reasons why I'm trying to be more green: 1. Show More Summary
Built in a tropical climate, the spiraling green roof can stay lush year round and provides more than enough food for its 500 preschool children. Two sloping ends of the triple ring-shaped structure are neatly tucked beneath a raised loop, landing flush with the three inner courtyards. Show More Summary
In a changing climate -- one that will likely spawn hydrological feast or famine -- it's never been more important to monitor our water consumption.
DALLAS/SAN RAMON, Calif. (Reuters) - Voters at Exxon Mobil Corp's annual meeting on Wednesday approved a measure to let minority shareholders nominate outsiders for seats on the company's board, meaning a climate activist could eventually become a director at the oil giant.
A new study documents the ancient association between crayfish and flatworms — which is likely doomed by climate change.
Japan is pushing forward with plans for 47 new coal power plants, despite falling coal use across the G7, setting itself at odds with its economic brethren. A new report published earlier this month by climate diplomacy and energy policy...Show More Summary
Both companies will hold their annual shareholder’s meetings on Wednesday, and both are being called on to do more about climate change.
It’s not like we’re dealing with climate change, Zika, and Syrian refugee crises at the same time.
In case you weren’t already convinced that overuse of antibiotics in livestock is a bad, bad, bad idea — a recent study offers a new reason to scale back on them: climate change. An international research team found that dung from cattle treated with a commonly used antibiotic gives off more than double the methane of antibiotic-free dung. Show More Summary
Patrick J. Michaels, Paul C. "Chip" Knappenberger You Ought to Have a Look is a feature from the Center for the Study of Science posted by Patrick J. Michaels and Paul C. (“Chip”) Knappenberger. While this section will feature all of...Show More Summary
A new experiment looking at clouds is about to change the way we think about climate change. For decades, scientists have thought that the tiny particles that form clouds — and play a big role in keeping the planet cool — were produced...Show More Summary
WASHINGTON, D.C., May 25, 2016 - Scientists are studying how climate change will affect the speed of sound under water to help prepare the U.S. Navy for operating in progressively warmer oceans. Light doesn't travel very far underwater so the navy uses sound to transmit messages. Show More Summary
Black carbon aerosols--particles of carbon that rise into the atmosphere when biomass, agricultural waste, and fossil fuels are burned in an incomplete way--are important for understanding climate change, as they absorb sunlight, leading...Show More Summary
BONN, Germany (Reuters) - Russia set itself at odds with a drive by China and the United States for rapid ratification of a global agreement to slow climate change when a senior official said on Wednesday that Moscow first wanted a clear set of rules.