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April 19, 2021: More than 400 climate scientists sign letter that says activists are being targeted at pivotal time in fight against global heatingExtinction Rebellion prosecutions showed spectrum of climate protest‘I’ll continue to fight’: the prosecuted Extinction Rebellion protestersPeaceful environmental protesters are be...
April 14, 2021: Super Bowl champion quarterback Peyton Manning faces new questions about an alleged sexual assault in college. A report in New York Daily News details the alleged 1996 incident involving Manning and a female athletic trainer. At the time, Manning was a star football player for the University of Tennessee. CBS Sports...
April 14, 2021:  IT’S WEDNESDAY!!!  Welcome to Overnight Energy, your source for the day’s energy and environment news.Please send tips and comments to Rachel Frazin at rfrazin@thehill.com . Follow her on Twitter: @RachelFrazin . Reach Zack Budryk at...
April 13, 2021: The nuclear power plant at Indian Point will close at the end of the month, but the shutdown could cause a spike in greenhouse gases.
April 13, 2021
April 12, 2021: Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich is suing the Biden administration over its immigration policies, citing questions over whether recent decisions comply with environmental regulations
April 10, 2021: The country has seen record levels of air pollution, other ecological problems.
April 9, 2021: The 'skinny budget' seeks an overall 16% increase in non-defense spending, with more modest requests for Homeland Security and the Pentagon.
April 9, 2021: Bitcoin's soaring popularity could have a long-lasting negative effect on the environment.
April 8, 2021: The percentage of Americans who prioritize protecting the environment over strengthening the economy has dropped in recent years, according to a new poll. The Gallup survey released on Thursday showed that 50 percent of adults in the U.S...
April 8, 2021: Top Biden administration climate and energy officials made their case for the president’s infrastructure plan on Thursday, arguing that it would both benefit the planet and create jobs. During a White House press briefing, Energy Secretary...
April 6, 2021: Managing director Steve Davis apologises after employees at Newcastle company that dominates north-east live music scene complained of poor working practicesSteve Davis, head of Newcastle music company SSD Concerts, which runs the This Is Tomorrow festival and numerous live events in the city, has resigned following...
April 4, 2021: Preliminary research found that wearing contacts could drastically change the composition of microorganisms on the human eye. Dr. Christopher Starr spoke to CBSN about what this may mean for the 71 million people who wear contacts.
April 3, 2021: Panel recommends many household chemicals and pesticides be exempt from scrutiny and agricultural chemicals’ approvals be fast-trackedEnvironment and health groups have fiercely criticised proposals to relax the regulation of chemicals and pesticides in Australia, saying they are “totally at odds” with public ...
April 2, 2021: President Obama is pushing to educate people about the ways climate change can affect them personally. Doctors Jon LaPook and Holly Phillips join CBS
March 31, 2021: Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson says we
March 29, 2021: Rebecca Pow says government will have to report on efforts to reduce discharge from storm overflowsThe environment minister, Rebecca Pow, has promised to bring in legislation to reduce discharge of raw sewage into rivers. Pow said that she would be placing a legal duty on government to come up with a plan to cut dum...
March 26, 2021: Maths teacher Kiran Kaur Gill was an adult when she accidentally fell in love with hockey. Now she’s using it to build pupils’ confidence on the pitch – and in the classroomWhen Kiran Kaur Gill was growing up, her dad tried to convince her to take an interest in his favourite sport, hockey. “I managed to avo...
March 25, 2021: Staff Sgt. Timothy Edwards is an instructor at Sunburst Youth Academy, an academic boot camp run by the National Guard aimed at getting high school dropouts back on track. As part of a series, CBS News has followed his current class of students since they arrived in July.
March 24, 2021: The Senate Environment and Public Works Committee voted Wednesday to advance two of President Biden’s key environmental nominees to the full Senate. The panel approved Brenda Mallory, nominated to chair the White House Council on Environmental...
March 20, 2021: Scientists are finding high concentrations of microbeads in the nation's water supply. Bigad Shaban reports on the beauty product ingredient’s possible threat to the environment.
March 19, 2021: Actor Tony Hale stars on the hit HBO series, Veep, where he plays the vice president's purse-toting personal aide. In this CBS
March 18, 2021: Exclusive: resignation letter accuses LGBTQ+ rights group of failing to support volunteers of colourEvery member of Pride in London’s community advisory board has resigned citing an alleged culture of bullying and a “hostile environment” for people of colour volunteers.The resignation of the board on Thursday ...
March 18, 2021: An unknown neurological disease that first surfaced in the province in 2015 appears to be a new condition found only in New Brunswick and is believed to be linked to environmental causes.
March 15, 2021: Wildlife bridges, plastic-eating bacteria and drones that plant trees remind us that we are as good at repairing as we are at destroying.