Cancun climate talks negotiators got down to brass tacks. There were comic relief moments, like the removal of climate skeptic Christopher Monckton from a luncheon
WikiLeaks today published a cable indicating Pope Benedict XVI has been pulling strings on behalf of the U.S. And he might get an electric popemobile.
Japan won't renew its Kyoto Protocol commitment unless China and the US join. Greens and developing countries condemn them but can we really blame them?
Representatives from 194 countries gather this week in Cancun, for the 16th meeting of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.
India recently proposed a new monitoring system for major emitters that aims to bridge some major differences between developing and developed countries. But a recent letter from the Indian Environment Minister Jairam Ramesh clarifies that India’s proposal would be contingent on two things.
All the Cancun climate talk discussions about numbers avoid the reality that we're already on the path to dangerous global warming.
Trying to get Saudi Arabia to sign on to an international climate accord is like asking a drug dealer to start a rehabilitation clinic.
This year's U.N. talks could be our last chance to slow climate change. So will world leaders finally get it right in Cancun?
The key challenge of the Cancun climate talks is to continue the process of constructing a sound foundation for meaningful, long-term global action.