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U.N. climate talks focus on business end

It’s the business end of climate change: ensuring that the $20 trillion the world will spend on energy over the next two decades is as [...]

William J. Kole (Associated Press | August 26, 2007)

Climate fight must be won in developing nations: UN

More than two thirds of cuts in greenhouse gas emissions needed by 2030 to fight climate change will have to come from developing countries, the [...]

Gerard Wynn (Reuters | August 25, 2007)

Can’t Stand the Heat?

A legislative hearing at the state Capitol this week was officially titled “Global Warming: Debunking the Myth or a Need for Climate Change Policy.”
A more [...]

Lyle V. Harris (The Atlanta Journal-Constitution | August 23, 2007)

Bush Ordered to Release Overdue Global-Warming Plan

The Bush administration must release a climate-change research plan and scientific assessment report that are as much as two years overdue, a federal judge ruled, [...]

Karen Gullo and Tina Seeley (Bloomberg | August 22, 2007)

American Campuses Get Greener Than Ever

If you attended this year’s commencement at Williams College in western Massachusetts, you probably sampled the fresh cinnamon gelato made from locally produced, hormone-free milk. [...]

Anne Underwood (Newsweek | August 21, 2007)

Congress to step up green funding

WASHINGTON — Reflecting a shift in priorities under the Democratic majority, Congress is moving to spend as much as $6.7 billion next fiscal year to [...]

Richard Simon (Los Angeles Times | August 20, 2007)

Heathrow growth is focus of climate-change protests

SIPSON, England — Heathrow is the granddaddy of European airport nightmares, legendary for its long lines and lost luggage. But the hundreds of protesters who [...]

Kim Murphy (Los Angeles Times | August 20, 2007)

Texas leads list of dirtiest U.S. power plants

Texas leads the list of having the dirtiest power plants in the United States, while New England and the Pacific Coast produce cleaner energy and [...]

Bernie Woodall (Reuters | August 2, 2007)

Global warming doubles number of hurricanes, study finds

Global warming’s effect on wind patterns and sea temperatures have more than doubled the annual number of hurricanes in the Atlantic Ocean over the past [...]

Maxim Kniazkov (Agence France Press | August 2, 2007)

Air travel latest target in climate change fight

For the hundreds of climate-change activists who’ve camped out by Heathrow Airport this week, there is just one way to reduce aircrafts’ carbon footprint: stop [...]

Mark Rice-Oxley (Christian Science Monitor | August 17, 2007)