Five federal agencies that are responsible for management of a high percentage of US lands and waters are doing a poor job preparing for the effects of climate change.
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The summer of 2007 was another hot one in the US and worldwide.
On July 27, 2007, the Bush administration released (three years overdue) the 4th U.S. "Climate Action Report" to the U.N. Framework Convention on Climate Change.
Power plants are under the gun as federal and state legislators and regulators haggle over how to address climate change and energy production issues.
It's the time of year when dead zones are prominent all over the northern hemisphere and their causes are varied.
The Bush administration's strategic NextGen plan to enable the tripling of US air traffic ignores global warming, a report out today charges.
It's summer, and the ozone layer isn't getting any thicker. So it's time to break out the sunscreen. Which brand will protect your health as well as ward off sunburn?
As US politicians look for votes on climate change issues, they are testing the religious waters.
According to a recent GAO report, the nation's federally subsidized crop insurance program might not be ready to manage increasing risks to US crops due to climate change.
Even Al Gore, tweaked by conservatives for his multi-home, jet-setting lifestyle, has defended his bona fides by touting his family's purchase of carbon offsets.