Parler is fertile ground for climate denialism, experts worry
Democrats rigged the presidential election, Black Lives Matter supporters worship violence and rolling lockdowns will continue indefinitely, according to false and widely read posts on Parler, a 2-year-old social network that has exploded in popularity in recent weeks.
World's biggest brewer is no fan of carbon pricing
The head of the world's largest brewing company yesterday downplayed the need to price carbon as part of the global effort to avert the worst impacts of climate change.
Sources: Fish and Wildlife chief Aurelia Skipwith has COVID-19
Fish and Wildlife Service Director Aurelia Skipwith tested positive for COVID-19 last week, according to two sources familiar with her diagnosis.
115 Amazon lobbyists. 1 works on climate
Amazon.com has made climate action a pillar of its public image. But it's doing little behind the scenes to influence federal policy.
House may probe Trump links to polluting industries
For the past four years, Trump administration officials and polluting companies have been largely shielded from congressional oversight by a norm-breaking White House that discouraged agencies from cooperating with Democrats. That could change next year with Joe Biden in the White House.