President-elect Joe Biden's win means a United States that again plans to act on climate science — a huge shift from the past four years under Trump. Experts anticipate far-reaching impacts: to policy, innovation, and pressure on Canada to ‘step up.’
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The G20 scorecard report aims to track each of the G20 countries' progress in ending government support to fossil fuels. See the United States' overall ranking and score.
This study tracks, for the first time, each G20 country's progress on ending support for fossil fuels — ranking their transparency, commitments, and financial support to oil, gas, and coal.
The last time there was a major climate treaty, the United States stood on the sidelines. This time, stakes may be higher, but the energy transition will continue.
Virtual Fireside Chat: How Two Continents Are Working Together to Improve The Health Of The African Great Lakes
Did you know that scientists across North America and Africa are putting their heads—and expertise—together on issues including algal blooms, climate change, invasive species, fragile fisheries, to name but a few, to improve the health of the African Great Lakes?
Scientists and researchers from across North America and Africa will be coming together to tackle some of the most pressing issues facing the African Great Lakes.
World-class scientists and researchers from across North America and Africa are putting their heads together to tackle some of the most pressing issues facing the African Great Lakes today.
At least $71.6 billion in federal funds has been allocated to the U.S. fossil fuel industry since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, while $349.5 million has been devoted to renewable energy.
A recent ruling on how the EPA regulates mercury could have wide-ranging impacts on U.S. citizens and the environment.
Scientists in the United States are training dogs to detect a disease that is destroying the world’s orange trees.