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Climate Change and Global Food Production: Q&A with David Lobell

  • Published: Jan 25th, 2011

Following an error-riddled report last week that climate change may profoundly alter the global food supply in just nine years, an expert weighs in on the real risks.

Carbon Markets for Developing Communities

  • Published: Dec 29th, 2010

Carbon markets are primarily benefiting the largest emerging economies — but utilizing "suppressed demand" could help change that.

More Evidence Accumulates of Record Greenhouse Gases and Warming Temperatures

  • Published: Dec 1st, 2010

Three new studies provide evidence of a warming climate.

Energy Outlook Portends High Oil Prices, Low Adoption of Hybrid Vehicles

  • Published: Nov 16th, 2010

The IEA's 2010 "World Energy Outlook" forecasts a rough road ahead for meeting ambitious energy and climate targets.

It Was a Toasty, Stormy October

  • Published: Nov 10th, 2010

October 2010 was the 11th warmest such month on record in the U.S., and it was marked by a rare, potent storm system.

They’ve Banned Geoengineering—But What Exactly Does That Mean?

  • Published: Nov 3rd, 2010

A ban on the controversial technology by the Biodiversity Convention probably won't change much.

What Do Americans Really Think About Climate Change?

  • Published: Oct 15th, 2010

New polling reveals Americans' low climate literacy, meanwhile the U.N. IPCC announces a series of reforms, and tiny Hurricane Paula hits Cuba.

Get Ready for a La Nina Winter

  • Published: Sep 30th, 2010

La Nina conditions in the Pacific Ocean are likely to shape global weather patterns in the coming months. How might your region be affected?