- Water, Water Everywhere, but Guilt by the Bottleful
ON a recent family vacation in Cape Cod, Jenny Pollack, 40, a novelist and public relations associate from Brooklyn, did something she knew she would [...]
- Resolved: Public Corporations Shall Take Us Seriously
Daly’s order, the Sisters of Saint Dominic of Caldwell, N.J., owns about 300 of the 5.5 billion Exxon Mobile shares outstanding, but she has used [...]
- Arctic sea ice ‘lowest in recorded history’: scientists
Sea ice in the northern hemisphere has plunged to the lowest levels ever measured, US polar specialists said, adding they expect the record low to [...]
- Brazil, Alarmed, Reconsiders Policy on Climate Change
MANAUS, Brazil — Alarmed at recent indications of climate change here in the Amazon and in other regions of Brazil, the government of President Luiz [...]
- US leads search for climate solutions
The most striking thing about the Miasole solar cell production plant in San Jose is how much of it is empty.
Probably less than a fifth [...]
- NJ enacts anti-global warming law
New Jersey became the third state in the nation to enact a comprehensive greenhouse gas reduction law Friday, requiring the Garden State to significantly cut [...]
- In Sweden, Itâ€™s Global Warming vs. Big Heavy Cars
DANDERYD, Sweden — Perhaps more than most Europeans, Swedes have a love affair with big cozy cars.
And with good reason: Volvo and Saab, two of [...]
- Could this be the global-warming generation?
It’s billed as the biggest show on earth: eight pop music concerts spanning 15 time zones and an expected TV, radio, and Internet audience of [...]
- Live Earth set to rock the world on July 7
From New York to the Antarctic, from Shanghai to Rio de Janeiro, the world is getting ready to rock Saturday as organizers of the Live [...]
- Ancient Arctic ponds drying up as climate warms
Ancient ponds in the Arctic are drying up during the polar summer as warmer temperatures evaporate shallow bodies of water, Canadian researchers said on Monday.