Indonesia torture case looms over Tillerson confirmation
Former Exxon Mobil Corp. CEO Rex Tillerson faced questions during his Senate confirmation about his views on human rights violations in several nations, from Ethiopia and Saudi Arabia to China and the Philippines.
Democrats to oppose Tillerson nomination on climate grounds
Whether or not the Senate Foreign Relations Committee blesses Rex Tillerson, the former CEO of oil giant Exxon Mobil Corp., to become the next secretary of State, the panel's chairman has vowed that the full Senate will get a say on the nomination.
Green bonds doubled in 2016, could surpass $200B this year
More than double the amount of green bonds were sold last year than in 2015, driven by growth in China and lingering momentum from the Paris climate accord, according to Moody's Investors Service, the ratings agency.
Obama admin says there's no 'consensus' on carbon levels
The number 350 resonates with climate activists but not the feds.
Industry group to focus on carbon taxes in G-20
There's a new industry task force to study carbon taxes in the power sector.