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Global Leaders and Businesses Connect in Paris to Reaffirm Climate Goals

Global Leaders and Businesses Connect in Paris to Reaffirm Climate Goals

Global leaders and international businesses joined hands in Paris this week to affirm their commitment to the global climate treaty and to share the wealth with developing nations. Is it enough?

Oil Companies Vow to Cut Their Methane Emissions

Oil Companies Vow to Cut Their Methane Emissions

Several oil companies have said that they would cut their methane emissions, acknowledging that doing so would help fight climate change. In doing so, they will be transparent while pushing for meaningful regulations.

Most CO2 Emissions Are Coming From World’s Biggest Companies. What to do?

Most CO2 Emissions Are Coming From World’s Biggest Companies. What to do?

Over the last three years, carbon emissions from the top 250 emitters have been flat, although to fulfill the terms of the Paris agreement, they need to fall by 3% a year, a Thompson Reuters report says.

Carbon Capture Could Benefit Environment and Boost Industry’s Output, Energy Secretary Says

Carbon Capture Could Benefit Environment and Boost Industry’s Output, Energy Secretary Says

If industry could capture invest in the technologies to capture carbon dioxide releases and either bury them or use them to help produce more oil discoveries, it would be a win-win, Energy Secretary Rick Perry said.

New York’s AG Takes New Aim at Exxon Over Climate Change Accounting Methods

New York’s AG Takes New Aim at Exxon Over Climate Change Accounting Methods

Exxon Mobil Corp. is in the spotlight again now that New York’s attorney general is alleging in new court documents that the oil giant’s internal accounting practices were a “sham” — all tied to how it had been disclosing its climate risks to investors.

Exxon’s Shareholders Want the Oil Giant to be More Transparent and Climate Friendly

Exxon’s Shareholders Want the Oil Giant to be More Transparent and Climate Friendly

Just as the president has said the United States would eventually withdraw from the Paris climate accord, the shareholders of the world’s biggest oil company made a very different statement: Exxon Mobil Corp. must increase its transparency and reduce its CO2 releases.

What About a Carbon Tax During Trump’s Reign?

What About a Carbon Tax During Trump’s Reign?

Corporate America has a fiduciary responsibility to maximize profits for shareholders. So how does a carbon tax fit into this scheme? Alex Russell for the Bozeman Daily in Montana writes that a multitude of multinationals have saved millions in utility expenses by incentivizing low-carbon strategies. He points specifically to Walmart, Intel, … Read more »