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Federal Court Tosses Obama-Era Ruling on Hydrofluorocarbons Used in Refrigeration and Air Conditioning

Federal Court Tosses Obama-Era Ruling on Hydrofluorocarbons Used in Refrigeration and Air Conditioning

A federal court handed climate change advocates a narrow loss on Tuesday when it tossed an Obama-era ruling to phase out hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs) used in refrigeration and air conditioning.

Gasoline-Powered Cars Eyed for Emissions Overages in CA

Gasoline-Powered Cars Eyed for Emissions Overages in CA

Businesses that operate gasoline-powered fleets in CA will want to keep an eye on a review being conducted by the California Air Resources Board (CARB). The environmental agency is looking at whether some gasoline-powered vehicles are emitting too much pollution. The California Air Resources Board is also pushing manufacturers to … Read more »

Hitting the Goals of the Paris Agreement Requires Urgent Business Support

Hitting the Goals of the Paris Agreement Requires Urgent Business Support

There’s just a 5% chance of reaching the goals set by the Paris agreement, or keeping temperature increases to no more than 2 degrees Celsius by mid century, according to research effort published in Nature Climate Change. The pressure is now on the business community.

US House Would Take Hacksaw To Clean Energy Budget

US House Would Take Hacksaw To Clean Energy Budget

If the US House of Representatives gets its way, 2018 funding for renewable energy and energy efficiency will get cut by 45% while it would preserve the allocations given to fossil fuel energy research.

Fishy Compliance Practices Lead to Hefty Fine for Seafood Plant

Fishy Compliance Practices Lead to Hefty Fine for Seafood Plant

The Norton Sound Seafood Products Co. may have gained an economic advantage over its competitors in recent years by not abiding by EPA regulations. The company was discovered to have not met the EPA’s reporting or record-keeping requirements; it also failed to adequately monitor grinders, its waste-conveyance system, and the shore … Read more »

Report Alleges Utility Sector Knew About CO2 Risks in 1968. Times Have Changed

Report Alleges Utility Sector Knew About CO2 Risks in 1968. Times Have Changed

An environmental group is alleging that the utility sector knew in 1968 about climate risks. Today, though, much of the utility sector has evolved and is working toward embracing renewables, on site power and microgrids.