Aberdeen, Scotland -- At BP’s annual meeting this morning, shareholders passed a resolution calling for the company to lay out a business strategy consistent with the goals of the Paris Climate Agreement. The resolution was supported by BP’s board and passed with 99% of the vote. A second resolution that would have required the company to set targets for reducing emissions from the use of the oil and gas it produces and sells did not pass.
At its annual shareholder meeting, the oil company accepted a climate resolution proposal. But the company successfully opposed a stronger proposal. How much pressure does it need before it truly addresses its climate impacts?
ANAHEIM -- No Nelson Cruz, Mitch Garver, C.J. Cron or Jonathan Schoop? No problem -- because Miguel Sanó is back. The Twins had largely been held in check on Monday night with four of their most potent power bats on the bench or the injured list, but the recently activated
A Chinese teacher in the St. Michael-Albertville school district will no longer be able to teach next year because of some changes made by Minnesota lawmakers, which could affect hundreds of teachers ...