Todd Stern now thinks the most effective way forward to reining in climate change is via a smaller group of major carbon-emitting countries
A new study quantifies for the first time what happens to long-term policy options if mid-term emissions targets are not met
The "new energy" economy rolls forward even as hopes for an international deal to combat climate change at Copenhagen shift into reverse.
Can geoengineering buy time to combat climate change?
Local governments vow to press ahead with emissions reductions regardless of the outcome at the upcoming international Copenhagen talks. Can those efforts carry the day?
The planet's quickening pace toward irreversible climate change grows far more dire if world leaders fail to find a way to stem emissions this December, experts warn.
Organizers of 350 Day aim to stabilize the planet and prevent disaster. Turns out many more are paying attention than expected
New research from the University of Alaska Fairbanks suggests Arctic waters are already seeing the effects of acidification, with potentially dire consequences to Alaska's rich crab and salmon fisheries...
A proposal to set international carbon-reduction targets based on the distribution of one billion "high emitters" in both developed and developing countries
White House report calls for response to wide-reaching effects of climate change
A new study finds that the poor will be disproportionally affected by global warming, even in the U.S
Drastic emissions cuts won't stop the global warming from gases already in the atmosphere
New EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson, among others, touted renewable fuels as one solution to a variety of problems
Scientists have taken the first crack at solving a fundamental climate mystery: where and when greenhouse gases enter and leave the atmosphere
Emissions cuts offer "greatest potential for substantial, simultaneous improvements in local air quality and near-term mitigation."
As long as mountaintop removal mining continues coal cannot be clean, even if the pollution from burning it can be minimized