"Some of the world's largest airlines called on Tuesday for the industry to set global emissions targets as part of efforts to include aviation in a broader climate agreement at the end of the year."
ClimateWizard, by researchers from the Univ. of Washington, the Univ. of Southern Mississippi, and the Nature Conservancy, may be a useful takeoff point for covering estimated temperature and precipitation changes in your area.
"The House global warming bill slated for floor debate this summer is projected to trim the federal budget deficit over the next decade, the Congressional Budget Office states ...."
AFP profiles Yvo de Boer, executive secretary of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change.
An ambitious Chinese plan for a national smart grid could provide an opening for US-China technological cooperation.
A closer look at the climate bill approved by the House Energy Committee reveals some surprising and paradoxical impacts -- some negating the pollution control the bill is supposed to achieve.
The U.S. and China are engaged in bilateral negotiations over greenhouse gas reductions, and a deal may be the key to a global climate treaty.
By PAUL D. THACKER
The last 10 months have been important for Andrew Revkin, who covers climate for The New York Times, and those who cover environmental science. During that time, Revkin exposed a White House official who was doctoring government reports on climate change and uncovered an extensive program to silence NASA scientists from speaking to the public and media about the possible harm we might be causing our planet.
Adjustments to cattle feed may help reduce global warming.
"House Natural Resources Chairman Nick Rahall (D-W.Va.) hopes to add a major oil and gas title to the Democratic energy and climate bill, but it remains unclear whether he will get the chance as House leaders aim to speed the bill's progress."