Blogs International

Delta Becomes First U.S. Airline to Add EU Emissions Fee

  • Published: Jan 5th, 2012

To comply with a new EU emissions trading rule, Delta Airlines has added a surcharge to tickets on European flights. Will others follow?

Hybrid Sharks Discovery: Is There a Global Warming Connection?

  • Published: Jan 3rd, 2012

Scientists have discovered a never-before-seen hybrid shark species, but is it evidence of climate adaptation?

Investigators may be Closing in on Climategate Suspect

  • Published: Jan 2nd, 2012

The climategate investigation is finally showing some signs of progress after stalling for nearly two years.

Court Upholds Cap-and-Trade Program for Airlines, but Ruling May Be Up in the Air

  • Published: Dec 21st, 2011

The European Court of Justice upheld a challenge to Europe's plan to charge airlines for their greenhouse gas emissions.

With Policy Help, IPCC Says Renewables Could Dominate Energy in 2050

  • Published: May 10th, 2011

A new special report from the UN climate panel suggests renewables could meet 80 percent of world energy demand by 2050.

Japan’s Nuclear Crisis Sparks Conversation on Energy Safety

  • Published: Mar 15th, 2011

How will the ongoing Japanese nuclear crisis affect the US political consensus on nuclear energy?

Montana Meets Vietnam

  • Published: Dec 29th, 2010

A group of students from the University of Montana is learning first-hand about how climate change may threaten Southeast Asia.

Historical Perspective on the Russian Heat Wave of 2010

  • Published: Oct 27th, 2010

The Russian heat wave of 2010 contributed to the deaths of as many as 15,000 people. But just how unusual was the heat?