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A top New York City lawmaker announced a bill Monday to mandate dramatic energy use cuts in big buildings, by far the biggest source of carbon dioxide, in a…
More than 90 institutional investors representing over $6.7 trillion in assets under management have written to the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) calling on it to strengthen its…
It is supposed to take 1,400 tons of waste daily which figure comes up to about 80% of refuse generated by Addis Ababa. It will go on to supply…
The school says it wanted to reduce the amount of debt students are saddled with after medical school and attract a more diverse class of students.
The move comes amid an initiative led by the Boston Globe editorial board in which more than 350 news organizations published editorials promoting the freedom of the press.
For the first time ever, LGBTQ Pennsylvanians have a way to seek recourse from the state if they’re the subject of discrimination based on their gender identity or sexual…
Ghana is the second country after Mexico to produce this report, the primary objective of which is to ensure a more effective tracking of Ghana’s performance on the SDGs.
Taoiseach says move is necessary as part of climate change obligations.
In addition to Pearl Jam’s efforts, over 80 Seattle restaurants joined the campaign and donated a portion of their Wednesday sales to Pearl Jam’s Home Away fund.
Christine Hallquist, a Democrat, won Vermont’s Governor’s primary.
The island nation has announced its aim to completely ban common plastics and single-use Styrofoam cups and food containers — effective January 2019.
A coalition of 26 Caribbean nations is joining forces to drive forward low-carbon and climate-smart solutions.
Robotics startup LuxAI has created QTrobot, a bot designed to help children with autism learn valuable social skills.
Purchases are estimated to reach 10 GW by the end of the year.
Single-use plastic bags are among the most common items found in coastal litter in New Zealand.
The global chain announced yesterday that it has installed urban gardens at 600 of its hotels.
The new legislation means that students between the age of 3 and 15 will either have to leave their phones at home or keep them turned off during the…
New York City’s new regulations could set a precedent for other cities across the country that face increasingly congested roads and drivers frustrated with the depreciating value of their services.
A record number of women have won major party nominations for governor and Congressional representatives this year — a full month before primary season is officially over.
It’s the first time voters have overturned right-to-work laws through a ballot referendum in recent years.