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Food left on diners’ plates that goes back to restaurant kitchens in Sacramento County will go into the compost bin instead of landfills.
Utah air advocates and regulators are praising Chevron’s announcement that it will produce cleaner gasoline at its Salt Lake City oil refinery.
Although Autopilot is currently the state-of-the-art for the semi-self-driving tech that you can obtain today, it’s far fully autonomous and is clearly still a work in progress.
Wal-Mart has launched a “sustainability platform” that will invite its suppliers to join the retail giant in pledging to cut greenhouse gas emissions from operations and supply chains.
Activists want to know what triggered the blowout at BP’s Prudhoe Bay oil well and whether ‘this is something that could be more pervasive.’
Volkswagen AG is gearing up to take on Tesla Inc. with its namesake brand planning to roll out four affordable electric vehicles in the coming years and the Audi unit debuting an upscale battery-powered crossover it aims to introduce in 2019.
The Treasury Department will not grant Exxon Mobil Corp.’s request for a waiver allowing it to work with Russia’s state oil company on a joint drilling venture, the agency said Friday.
On the seventh anniversary of the Deepwater Horizon disaster, the health impacts that the spewing oil had on the people who came into contact with it are still raising questions about how the cleanup was handled.
Green Alliance says simultaneous charging could potentially damage electronic equipment unless action is taken by 2020.
BP Plc’s 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill caused damage to beaches, animals, fish and coral that the public values at $17.2 billion, according to a financial accounting released on the seventh anniversary of the disaster.