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Wood Trading Exchange Stokes Green Energy Row

Wood Trading Exchange Stokes Green Energy Row

New exchange launches in Netherlands amid growing row about wisdom of burning more wood to generate electricity Read More

Which Nations are Really Responsible for Climate Change?

Which Nations are Really Responsible for Climate Change?

An interactive map to browse various measurements, each providing different insight to the complexity of divvying up responsibility for climate change. Read More

Thailand Seeks Flood Prevention Plan as Bangkok Clean-Up Operation Continues

Thailand Seeks Flood Prevention Plan as Bangkok Clean-Up Operation Continues

Authorities urged to tackle urban planning issues amid concerns climate change puts Thai capital and big industrial parks at risk Read More

Renewable Energy’s Ugly Duckling

Renewable Energy’s Ugly Duckling

Power from the soil, biomass, is the ugly duckling that may be vital to the future of the developing world Read More

Greenreads: The Best Environmental Journalism of 2011

Greenreads: The Best Environmental Journalism of 2011

Megaquakes, meltdowns, Keystone XL and more-- A list chosen by those at OnEarth magazine. Read More

Texas Tops 10 States Ravaged by Extreme Weather in 2011

Texas Tops 10 States Ravaged by Extreme Weather in 2011

A look at which states were hit hardest by extreme climate and weather events in 2011.… Read More

Climate Politics and Science: A World Apart

Climate Politics and Science: A World Apart

AGU and COP17, two groups on opposite ends of the Earth discuss climate, but their responses are starkly divergent. Read More

Pineapple Express is Full Steam Ahead to California, Carrying Increased Storm Intensity, Activity

Pineapple Express is Full Steam Ahead to California, Carrying Increased Storm Intensity, Activity

Current climate models show that California's winter storms will increase by half or even double in size. Read More