One Republican stands between the far right and ESG

The incoming chair of the House Financial Services Committee has distanced himself from Republicans' anti-ESG crusade. Can it last?

By Emma Dumain, Adam Aton | 01/27/2023 06:51 AM EST

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Hasanjit Mundi is shown in 2015 playing basketball behind a truck stop as emissions leave a large stack at the coal-fired Morgantown Generating Station in Newburg, Md.

How the White House found EJ areas without using race

By Thomas Frank | 01/24/2023 06:28 AM EST

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Calif. zero-emission vehicle sales hit record high

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A customer walks through floodwater while departing a store on Jan. 10 in Aptos, Calif.

Insurance startup aims to pay flood claims within hours

By Avery Ellfeldt | 01/23/2023 06:40 AM EST

John Kerry, United States special presidential envoy for climate, discusses on a podium at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, on Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2023.

Here’s what we know about Kerry’s offset gambit

By Jean Chemnick, Sara Schonhardt | 01/23/2023 06:38 AM EST

Waves lap ashore near condo buildings in Sunny Isles, Fla., on Aug. 9, 2021.

Can wild carbon markets be tamed?

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Luke Iseman speaks into a microphone as he stands next to a man with long hair in a suit jacket.

Startup halts geoengineering operation in Mexico

By Corbin Hiar | 01/19/2023 06:45 AM EST



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