The intersection of the solar supply chain with alleged human rights abuses creates a conflict between the president’s environmental and human rights agendas.
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The move is one of the Biden administration’s biggest steps yet to counter alleged human rights abuses against China’s ethnic Uyghur Muslim minority.
Factories in Xinjiang, home to the oppressed Uyghur minority, produce half the global supply of polysilicon, a metal critical for the panels that turn sunlight into electricity.
Biden on Saturday introduced key members of the team he is assembling to fulfill his pledge to combat climate change.
U.S. President-elect Joe Biden has stocked his transition team with policy experts, academics and former Barack Obama administration officials, a contrast with the industry-friendly figures President Donald Trump placed in government upon winning office. The roughly 500-person group Biden’s campaign announced on Monday will prepare ...
The administrator of the General Services Administration — currently a Trump appointee — is empowered to formally ascertain the apparent winner, something they have not yet done.
Donald Trump is preparing a novel campaign strategy for a president who's pulling the U.S. from the international Paris accord on climate change, cheerleading for coal, one of the dirtiest source of power, and suggesting that wind turbines cause cancer. He's going to tout his ...