In preparing for the upcoming climate talks in Cancun less than two weeks away, I can't help but look back at where things were a year ago.
Best fringe benefit of curbing emissions? A stronger economy says Sierra Club Executive Director Michael Brune.
We are not going to get a binding treaty in Cancun, Mexico when 194 countries meet to continue negotiations on international efforts to address climate change. And we are not going to finalize all of the details of new international efforts. But if you believe, as I do, that real action can occur without a "binding" agreement or having all the details completed you’ll be surprised to learn that some key things might actually happen in Cancun.
Technology policy -- not carbon caps -- is our best hope for fighting climate change.
700 climate scientists agreed to speak out as experts about global warming. Plus, coal enjoys November and the Copenhagen failure costs $1 trillion.
A report released today provides a progress report on commitments to clean energy development in China, India, Nigeria, and South Africa.
Ed Miliband, new leader of Britain's Labor Party, helped to push through binding targets on CO2 emissions. How will he shape the party's green agenda?
Congress has failed to act on climate once again, but here are several ways President Obama can use his executive powers to combat climate change.
Obama has received much of the blame, despite Congress being a separate branch of government. But so it goes in the age of outsized prez expectations.