- Majority Of Americans Want Local Action On Global Warming, Says Poll
Nearly three-quarters of Americans are willing to pay more in taxes and other expenses to support local government-led initiatives designed to reduce global warming, according [...]
- World climate deal faces hurdles for ‘09 deadline
A growing sense of urgency is pushing world leaders to agree a new treaty to fight climate change but the U.S. presidential election might still [...]
- PG&E giving away 1 mln energy-saving lightbulbs
LOS ANGELES – Pacific Gas and Electric Co. on Wednesday said it will give away 1 million energy-saving lightbulbs this month in what it is [...]
- U.S. promotes light bulb swap
The Environmental Protection Agency on Wednesday kicked off a campaign to get U.S. consumers to switch to energy-efficient light bulbs as a way of reducing [...]
- China to switch to energy-efficient lightbulbs
China, which makes 70 percent of the world’s lightbulbs, has agreed to phase out incandescent bulbs in favor of more energy-efficient ones, part of a [...]
- Et Tu, Toyota?
What is it about Michigan that seems to encourage assisted suicide?
That is all I can think watching Michigan congressmen and senators, led by Representative John [...]
- Global Warming Rallies Across US on 11/03
>Step It Up will organize a national event on November 3, 2007 to call for leadership on global warming. The event will build on Step [...]
- Architects Go Green at the Office
A Ferrari salesman wouldn’t drive a 1985 Yugo to work. And you wouldn’t expect the cable guy to install rabbit ears in his own home.
- Global Warming Causing African Floods, Experts Say
Twenty-two African countries are experiencing their worst wet seasons in decades, and climate experts say that global warming is to blame.
Devastating rains and flash floods [...]
- Arctic Melt Unnerves the Experts
The Arctic ice cap shrank so much this summer that waves briefly lapped along two long-imagined Arctic shipping routes, the Northwest Passage over Canada and [...]