The Obama administration siphoned $500 million that could have gone toward combating the Zika virus into a U.N. effort aimed at mitigating climate change.
The State Department is planning to spend $90,000 for a film festival about climate change in India.
The Environmental Protection Agency honored a puppet theater group that “inspires environmental action” through their performances.
Ted Strickland lauded his recent endorsement from the League of Conservation Voters Action Fund, the political committee of a green energy group that lobbies against coal-fired power plants.
The Environmental Protection Agency has a “print in bulk” policy that has led to wasting at least 8 million pages of paper and more than 300,000 pounds of carbon emissions.
The Environmental Protection Agency is spending nearly $300,000 to develop technology that will track the energy and water use of office buildings, with a colored light bulb system that will send “visual messages” to employees when they are using too much.
The General Services Administration signed a contract to install solar panels on more than a dozen federal buildings in Washington, D.C., including the Ronald Reagan building, at an estimated cost of $150,000 per year.
A coalition of free-market groups accused federal regulators on Tuesday of ignoring evidence that would undermine proposed measures governing automotive sales that stand to enrich a politically-powerful company at consumers’ expense.
Solar company SolarCity announced on Wednesday that it will slash 550 jobs in Nevada following state regulators’ decision to phase out a controversial subsidy for rooftop solar in the state.