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While Legislation Failed, Interior Department Still Wants to Scrap Methane Rule

While Legislation Failed, Interior Department Still Wants to Scrap Methane Rule

Despite a failed legislative attempt, the US Department of Interior now says that it will try and change the current methane rules for oil and gas operations through regulatory means — a move that, if successful, would still take years.

Businesses Mixed on Trump Climate Change Executive Order

Businesses Mixed on Trump Climate Change Executive Order

In a move that EPA administrator Scott Pruitt described as a “pro-growth and pro-environment approach for how we do regulations in this country,” President Donald Trump has signed an executive order that aims to undo a slew of Obama administration climate rules.

Trump Presidential Victory: What Industry Leaders Are Saying

Industry leaders say they are committed to working with the president-elect Donald Trump come Jan. 1. And they’re also committed advancing the low-carbon economy.

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General Mills, PepsiCo Target Suppliers’ Water Efficiency

Seven food and beverage giants have announced commitments to work with thousands of growers in their global supply chains to reduce water use and pollution impacts.

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What Role Should Climate Risk Play in Insurers’ Business Strategies?

Insurers are in the business of managing risk. But does this include risks associated with climate change? A growing number of insurance companies say yes, according to a new report by sustainability advocacy organization Ceres. But most insurers still give climate change risk minimal attention. Two years ago insurance regulators … Read more »

SEC’s Exxon Probe: the ‘Tipping Point’ for Oil & Gas Climate Change Accounting?

ExxonMobil’s climate change accounting is under investigation by the US Securities and Exchange Commission — and this could have major implications for the oil and gas industry.