Paris Olympics opening ceremony rehearsals on the Seine delayed again

Organisers of the Paris Olympics, who are praying for fine weather during this year's Games, said Wednesday they had delayed plans for a rehearsal of the opening ceremony on the Seine for the second time because of the river's high levels.

Salad chain says a cleaner farming method will offset adding steak to its menu. What is it?

The announcement of Sweetgreen salad chain that it’s adding beef to its menu led to strong reactions online, with customers questioning the company’s carbon neutral plans

Salad chain says a cleaner farming method will offset adding steak to its menu. What is it?

The announcement of Sweetgreen salad chain that it’s adding beef to its menu led to strong reactions online, with customers questioning the company’s carbon neutral plans

More and faster: Electricity from clean sources reaches 30% of global total

A record 30% of global electricity was generated from renewables in 2023, according to a report released by Ember, a think tank based in London

They study next to one of Africa's largest trash dumps. They're planting bamboo to try to cope

Students at a school next to Kenya's largest dumpsite are on a mission to try to purify the air with bamboo

The UK government acted unlawfully in approving a climate plan, a High Court judge has ruled

A U.K. High Court judge has ruled that the government acted unlawfully when it approved a plan to meet climate targets without evidence it could be delivered

The UK government acted unlawfully in approving a climate plan, a High Court judge has ruled

A U.K. High Court judge has ruled that the government acted unlawfully when it approved a plan to meet climate targets without evidence it could be delivered

The UK government acted unlawfully in approving a climate plan, a High Court judge has ruled

A U.K. High Court judge has ruled that the government acted unlawfully when it approved a plan to meet climate targets without evidence it could be delivered

Biden administration details how producers of sustainable aviation fuel will get tax credits

The Biden administration is out with new guidelines for tax credits for producers of sustainable aviation fuel

5 takeaways from the global negotiations on a treaty to end plastic pollution

The world’s nations finished a round of negotiations early Tuesday on a treaty to end plastic pollution and made more progress than they have in three prior meetings

5 takeaways from the global negotiations on a treaty to end plastic pollution

The world’s nations finished a round of negotiations early Tuesday on a treaty to end plastic pollution and made more progress than they have in three prior meetings

New Mexico reaches record settlement over natural gas flaring in the Permian Basin

New Mexico has reached a record settlement with a Texas-based company over air pollution violations at natural gas gathering sites in the Permian Basin

Global negotiations on a treaty to end plastic pollution at critical phase in Canada

For the first time, negotiators from most of the world’s nations are discussing actual text for what is supposed to become a global treaty to end plastic pollution

New rules on coal power plants target pollution 'pushing our planet to the brink,' EPA Administrator Michael Regan says

New rules on coal power plants target pollution 'pushing our planet to the brink,' EPA Administrator Michael Regan says

Tough new EPA rules would force coal-fired power plants to capture emissions or shut down

A rule issued by the Environmental Protection Agency would force power plants fueled by coal or natural gas to capture smokestack emissions or shut down

US Continues to Struggle With Its Vast Plastic Waste Amid Export Cut-Offs

The US wastes 40 million tons of plastic per year. The refinement of plastic also emits up to 235 million tons of greenhouse gasses per year which then becomes microplastics, which has caused almost 95% of America's water supply to contain plastic.

A ban on single-use plastics takes effect in Hong Kong in a bid to reduce pollution

Hong Kong has passed a legislation to stop the sale and distribution of Styrofoam products and single-use plastic cutlery as a way to reduce the amount of plastic waste in the city

A ban on single-use plastics takes effect in Hong Kong in a bid to reduce pollution

Hong Kong has passed a legislation to stop the sale and distribution of Styrofoam products and single-use plastic cutlery as a way to reduce the amount of plastic waste in the city

EPA designates 2 forever chemicals as hazardous substances, eligible for Superfund cleanup

The Environmental Protection Agency has designated two forever chemicals used in cookware, carpets and firefighting foams as hazardous substances

CNN Young Wonders: Melati and Isabel Wijsen

Teen sisters Melati and Isabel Wijsen created Bye Bye Plastic Bags, a youth movement to help their home island of Bali become plastic bag-free.

Environmentalists protest as Biden administration approves huge oil export terminal off Texas coast

The Biden administration has approved construction of a deepwater oil export terminal off the Texas coast that would be the largest of its kind in the United States