Cuban government calls on US to do more on economy

March 9, 2017

The Cuban government has requested the US do more to ease pressure on Cuba’s economic situation given the improved relations between Washington and Havana. According to a Cuban government source, US sanctions cost Cuba $4.6 bn over the […]

Ground-breaking climate change laws extended in California

March 9, 2017

In 2006, California imposed a target to significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 2020. The state remains on track to achieve this goal, and Governor Brown has announced a new goal to further cut pollution by expanding the legislation. Brown announced the […]

US emissions-cheating case charges VW engineer

March 8, 2017

A Volkswagen engineer was indicted in Detroit and pleaded guilty for his role in developing an emissions-cheating device installed on a half-million diesel cars sold in the United States. Engineer James Liang helped develop the diesel […]