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Economies Must Grow for the Climate Change Fight

Economies Must Grow for the Climate Change Fight

The "climate problem" suffers from a more powerful and enduring force: economic stagnation Read More

Emphasis on “Voluntary” for Rio+20 as Goals Outlined

Emphasis on “Voluntary” for Rio+20 as Goals Outlined

Nations will be asked to sign up for 10 goals and promise to build green economies at this summer's earth summit Read More

Big Oil’s Money Trail to Congress Looms Large for Keystone

Big Oil’s Money Trail to Congress Looms Large for Keystone

Study reveals oil lobby's financial firepower Obama can expect in elections if he refuses to approve the Keystone XL pipeline Read More

Groundbreaking New Study Shows How to Reduce Near-Term Global Warming

Groundbreaking New Study Shows How to Reduce Near-Term Global Warming

A groundbreaking new study illustrates the major near-term benefits to reducing short-lived climate forcers like methane and soot and includes practical ways to do so along with cost-benefit analyses. … Read More

Much Ado About Methane

Much Ado About Methane

Methane venting from oceans and the Arctic has grabbed the public's imagination lately, but it will probably not be a huge player in climate change in the coming century. Read More

Will the Real Old Man Winter Please Stand Up?

Will the Real Old Man Winter Please Stand Up?

With a new weather pattern on the horizon, the U.S. is likely to see the warm weather end and a colder phase begin. … Read More

Three Good Ideas for Both Economy and Environment

Three Good Ideas for Both Economy and Environment

Many argue that dealing with climate change in the midst of an economic slump will hurt recovery effects, but the reality is quite the opposite. Read More

“Not-In-My-Backyard” Activism Targets Renewables

“Not-In-My-Backyard” Activism Targets Renewables

Traditional "not-in-my-backyard" activism shifted gears in 2011 from prisons and landfills to wind and solar power and biofuels production nationwide. Read More