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Texas startup says it has batteries beat

Millions of inventions pass quietly through the U.S. patent office each year. Patent No. 7,033,406 did, too, until energy insiders spotted six words in the [...]

Grant Slater (Associated Press | September 4, 2007)

Europe photovoltaic capacity seen tripled by 2010

Installed capacity of photovoltaic systems, which turn sunlight into power, will triple by 2010 to 3 gigawatts (GW) in Europe due to efforts to fight [...]

Reuters (Reuters | September 3, 2007)

Washington changes its tune on climate

The world must cut emissions or sacrifice the planet, Condoleezza Rice, US secretary of state, told a meeting of governments on Thursday, in the most [...]

The Financial Times (The Financial Times | September 27, 2007)

Our Moral Footprint

OVER the past few years the questions have been asked ever more forcefully whether global climate changes occur in natural cycles or not, to what [...]

Vaclav Havel (The New York Times | September 27, 2007)

A Bold Climate-Change Plan

Rep. John D. Dingell is a recent convert on climate change. In more than 50 years in Congress, representing a Michigan district that includes suburban [...]

Jeffrey Bartholet (Newsweek | September 27, 2007)

We can combat climate change

One day, we learn that the ice might be gone from Arctic sea by 2050. The next, we hear that world governments met in Montreal [...]

U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki Moon (The Herald | September 27, 2007)

Motives behind Bush’s climate summit

Delegates from the world’s top 16 polluting nations are in Washington for a controversial climate change meeting, organised by President Bush.
The meeting will discuss priorities [...]

Roger Harrabin (BBC | September 27, 2007)

Warming linked to ‘unprecedented’ algae growth in Arctic lake

Global warming is believed to be softening the harsh Arctic environment, causing the algae population in Canada’s northernmost lake to spike over the past two [...]

Guillaume Lavallee (Agence France Press | September 27, 2007)

Gore: Bush should follow Reagan’s lead on climate

U.S. President George W. Bush should follow the example set by Ronald Reagan in supporting efforts to protect the ozone layer by showing leadership in [...]

Jeff Mason (Reuters | September 26, 2007)

Lead, Follow or Move Aside

China today is entering a really delicate phase on the climate-energy issue — the phase I like to call “The Wal-Mart environmental moment.” I wish [...]

Thomas L. Friedman (The New York Times | September 26, 2007)