Starbucks' straw ban is a big win for the Earth's oceans
That's a billion fewer single-use straws being thrown away every year.
Critics say UK EV policy doesn't do enough
The 'Road to Zero' is two decades long.
Insurance giant stops covering firms that depend on coal
Fossil fuels are quickly becoming a liability.
11 states sue EPA over attempt to reverse ban on ozone-harming HFCs
They claim the agency is skirting the law on climate-changing chemicals.
Trump's gutted EPA might lead to 80,000 more deaths per decade
Two Harvard scientists estimate that relaxed protections will be lethal for some.
EPA scientific advisory board to review agency's recent rollbacks
It will assess the decision to reduce vehicle emission standards.
Ocean waves show Earth's CO2 imbalance is greater than expected
That could play an important role in climate change.
EPA faces lawsuit from 17 states over reversing car emissions rules
It's not going to undo standards without a fight.
Russia launches floating nuclear power plant on Baltic Sea (updated)
Twin reactors will power an oil industry town, desalination plant and drilling rigs.