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CO2 emissions rise outpaces worst-case scenario

Worldwide CO2 emissions rose at a faster rate in 2000-2004 than the worst-case scenario imagined in this year’s UN reports on climate, according to new [...]

Hilary Osborne (the Guardian | May 24, 2007)

State acts to limit use of coal power

The California Energy Commission on Wednesday imposed new rules that effectively forbid the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power and all other municipal utilities [...]

Margot Roosevelt (Los Angeles Times | May 24, 2007)

Executive on a Mission: Saving the Planet

VININGS, Ga. — What Ray Anderson calls his “conversion experience” occurred in the summer of 1994, when he was asked to give the sales force [...]

Cornelia Dean (The New York Times | May 23, 2007)

Mayor Plans an All-Hybrid Taxi Fleet

The spacious but gas-guzzling Ford Crown Victoria, long the emblematic vehicle of the city’s yellow cab fleet, would be replaced by cleaner, more fuel-efficient hybrid [...]

Ray Rivera (The New York Times | May 23, 2007)

Active Atlantic hurricane season seen

The 2007 Atlantic hurricane season will be more active than normal due to warmer ocean waters, with as many as ten hurricanes, and three to [...]

Christopher Doering (Reuters | May 22, 2007)

EPA Urged to OK California Emissions Law

Top California officials implored federal environmental regulators Tuesday for permission to unilaterally impose reductions on greenhouse gases from cars and other vehicles. An auto industry [...]

Erica Werner (Associated Press | May 22, 2007)

Smithsonian toned down exhibit on Arctic

The Smithsonian Institution toned down an exhibit on climate change in the Arctic for fear of angering Congress and the Bush administration, says a former [...]

Brett Zongker (Associated Press | May 21, 2007)

Drought Saps Fla. Growers, Golf Courses

The fairways here are flecked, the greens mottled brown. PGA National doesn’t look like a marquee golf course under the most severe water restrictions in [...]

Travis Reed (Associated Press | May 18, 2007)

16 cities get funding for green makeover

Sixteen cities around the world will get financing to “go green” by renovating buildings they own with technology designed to cut carbon emissions, former President [...]

Sara Kugler (Associated Press | May 17, 2007)

Clinton, cities, unveil $5 bln buildings energy plan

Five global banks will raise $5 billion in loans to make existing buildings up to 50 percent more energy efficient with New York, London, Tokyo, [...]

Michelle Nichols and Timothy Gardner (Reuters | May 16, 2007)