Environmental

White House Report Card: Zogby Says Biden ‘in Real Trouble’

This week’s White House Report Card finds President Joe Biden ending another horror week, whipped repeatedly by the Supreme Court and approval polls and facing a growing fall election disaster if he doesn’t pull up soon.

Fake Social Media AccountsPosing as Local Environmental Activists in US, Canada to Thwart Mining Efforts That Would Hurt China

A flurry of fake social media accounts have attempted to forestall American and Canadian mining efforts that would undermine China's dominance in the rare earth market.

California Passes Sweeping Measure to Reduce Single-Use Plastics

California has passed a sweeping measure to significantly reduce single-use plastics and drastically boost plastic recycling rates, setting up the toughest plastics reduction requirements in the nation.

Ketanji Brown Jackson Sworn in as Supreme Court Justice

Supreme Court Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson was sworn in on June 30 as the successor to retiring Justice Stephen Breyer, becoming the 116th justice to serve on the high court.

Supreme Court Overrules Biden EPA Climate Strategy

The 6-3 decision addressed the Obama-era Clean Air Act.

Canadian Company to Produce 9000 Tons of Crickets for ‘Human and Pet Consumption’

Aspire Food Group, which has facilities in both Canada and the United States, has announced that it has completed its construction of the world's largest cricket production facility.

Biden Announces $200 Billion Investment to Counter China’s Belt and Road Program

At the G7 Conference on Sunday, President Joe Biden announced the relaunch of a global infrastructure initiative designed to counter China’s growing global influence. Biden...

Vaccines — Are They Still Contributing to the Greater Good?

What are the long-term effects of COVID-19 injections? There’s a growing list of adverse reactions that include death.

Ten Policies That Could Unleash American Energy and Fuel Recovery

Fresh off the 1973 oil embargo, America needed to change its bleak energy picture.

San Francisco School Board Votes to Return Elite High School to Merit-Based Admissions

The San Francisco school board voted 4-3 Wednesday night to return Lowell High School to a merit-based admissions system, two years after it first switched to a lottery-based system.

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