The third of four reports that comprise the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change's "Fourth Assessment Report on Climate Change" is scheduled to be released May 4, 2007, in Bangkok.
As interest in climate change escalates, lawsuits are increasingly a part of the picture, and many people and organizations are increasingly in need of advice on pertinent legal issues.
Although acknowledging that their calculations are not comprehensive, an advocacy group has concluded that at least 18 states, and possibly 14 others, are significantly undercollecting fees for permitted air pollution.
Mexico released a report condemning the border fence along the U.S. border as environmentally destructive.
A Fortune 500 energy company is applying for an "incidental take" permit that would allow it to kill endangered and threatened species that live on the largest swath of land ever covered by one permit.
The public comment period for a long-delayed EIS draft designating energy corridors in 11 Western states is open.
Post-Kyoto climate change negotiations began in earnest in Bali, Indonesia, to prepare for the next iteration of world consensus on the topic.
Key resources of studies and statistics for human angles on environmental stories.
Displaced people from disasters, climate change pose international social, economic and security threats
E-refugees grow in numbers, reflect threats to safety, security.