As part of a global effort to cap global warming at 1.5 degrees Celsius (2.7 Fahrenheit) above the pre-industrial average, more governments are seeking to place a price on carbon to lower emissions by
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Melting Arctic sea ice is threatening polar bears. Scientists say the hunting practices of a group of the bears in Greenland could help the species survive.
Apple Inc workers in Maryland voted on Saturday to join a union, becoming the first retail employees of the tech giant to unionise in the United States.
Meta Platforms Inc was sued on Friday over claims that private medical data is being shared secretly with Facebook when patients access web portals for healthcare providers.
Microsoft retired its Internet Explorer on Wednesday, putting an end to a quarter-century-old app while also sparking a small panic among businesses and government agencies that built internal systems
Fossilised bones discovered on a rocky seashore on England's Isle of Wight are the remains of a meat-eating dinosaur that may be larger than any other known from Europe, a beast that was a cousin of t
Germany, Denmark, Slovenia and seven other European Union countries on Wednesday warned of attempts to weaken the bloc's climate change policies, which they said are pushing negotiators towards deals
Elon Musk's efforts to arrange new financing that will limit his cash contribution to his $44 billion acquisition of Twitter Inc have been put on hold because of the uncertainty surrounding the deal,
Two European Parliament committees vote on Tuesday on an attempt to stop the EU labelling gas and nuclear energy as climate-friendly investments, and the outcome may indicate whether the full parliame
Blake Lemoine, a software engineer on Google's artificial intelligence development team, has gone public with claims of encountering 'sentient" AI on the company's servers after he was suspended for s
NASA wants Elon Musk's SpaceX to ensure its plan to launch its next-generation Starship rocket from Florida would not put at risk nearby launch infrastructure critical to the International Space Stati
President Joe Biden will declare a 24-month tariff exemption on Monday for solar panels from four Southeast Asian nations after an investigation froze imports and stalled projects in the United States