The White House bid to make green investing more difficult would likely face legal obstacles.
Joe Biden’s climate plan won’t do all it promises, according to one study, but it’ll do a lot more than the status quo, says the other.
It models a package of policies it says would enable the world to get to net zero carbon emissions by mid-century.
China estimates that "carbon sinks" could wipe one-third of the emissions it wants to cut. But the approach has serious challenges.
His proposal to limit emissions is the most ambitious of any candidate ever, but if he’s elected, a bunch of would-be influencers will want their say.
Big Oil provides forward guidance on production and earnings, but not on emissions.
The international community hasn’t met any of the biodiversity targets it set a decade ago.
Biden’s climate plan would be up against Senate Republicans and federal courts reshaped by Trump appointees