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Global Entry Ban: The Feud Between Trump and New York

By Rebecca Liebson

The president has become increasingly disillusioned with the state where he made his name and with the man who leads it, Governor Andrew Cuomo.

Federal Bill Seeks to Make Companies Responsible for Plastic Waste

By Michael Corkery

The legislation, to be introduced Tuesday, has little chance of becoming a law, but the effort shows the increased influence of environmental groups in taking on recycling issues.

Federal Bill Seeks to Make Companies Responsible for Plastic Waste

By Michael Corkery

The legislation, to be introduced Tuesday, has little chance of becoming a law, but the effort shows the increased influence of environmental groups in taking on recycling issues.

Your Foam Coffee Cup Is Fighting for Its Life

By Michael Corkery

The Dart Container Corporation, which makes foam products, is a manufacturing behemoth and produced a fortune for the family behind it. Environmentalists say its products are polluting the globe.

Your Foam Coffee Cup Is Fighting for Its Life

By Michael Corkery

The Dart Container Corporation, which makes foam products, is a manufacturing behemoth and produced a fortune for the family behind it. Environmentalists say its products are polluting the globe.

Portugal government tackles foreign trash issue amid wave of indignation

By Georgi Gotev

Reacting to people who spoke out against trash from other countries being dumped in Portuguese landfills, the Socialist government announced on Monday (3 February) it would adopt urgent measures to tackle the issue.

Glass: A low-hanging fruit for the climate – and a tough nut to crack

By Dave Keating

Glass is irreplaceable in buildings, making it a key part of the solution to unlock energy savings and help reach Europe's decarbonisation targets. But it's also an energy-intensive industry, for which no immediate clean energy alternative is available.

LEAK: EU’s new circular economy plan aims to halve waste by 2030

By FrΓ©dΓ©ric Simon

The European Commission will aim to “absolutely decouple” economic growth from natural resource use in a draft circular economy action plan due to be unveiled in March.

China Says It Will Ban Plastics That Pollute Its Land and Water

By Chris Buckley

Though likely to be welcomed by many Chinese who worry about pollution, the measures could be a hard sell for a society used to convenience.

China Says It Will Ban Plastics That Pollute Its Land and Water

By Chris Buckley

Though likely to be welcomed by many Chinese who worry about pollution, the measures could be a hard sell for a society used to convenience.

How to Get Rid of 9,000 Tons of Toxic Topsoil

By Helene Stapinski

The ball fields of Red Hook, Brooklyn, were built on the site of a lead-smelting plant. Decades later, the cleanup begins.

A Common Charger for All Phones? The European Union Is on the Case

By Geneva Abdul

The proposal could save costs and thousands of tons of electronic waste, advocates say, but previous measures have fizzled.

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