Carbon disclosure Project
Thirteen of the world's largest energy companies support a climate deal that would limit warming to 2 degrees C.
Alberta-based TransCanada, which has been seeking permission to build the 1,660-mile pipeline from Canada's oil sands to
One of the more solid tenets of Big Oil dogma has always been that carbon pricing, whether a straightforward tax or a market-based cap-and-trade system, is terrible and conservatives must stand in unison against it.
"We think that will be the net impact of the various policies that various government's around the world impose in efforts
The scene around my Connecticut home is not pretty, with downed trees and power lines everywhere. It's a serious time, and a time for some serious questions. Why did this happen?
This was the message projected by some of the world's most influential leaders -- including Britain's former Prime Minister
Stepping away from the old-style NGO approach to companies, the CDP and its leaders are both optimistic and relentlessly pro-business.
Hoping to capitalize on the success of its carbon-reporting program, a leading nonprofit is asking major corporations to