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Chinese Airlines Refuse to Pay EU Carbon Fees

  • Published: Jan 5th, 2012

China's largest airlines are refusing to comply with Europe's new greenhouse gas emissions regulations

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?

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.

China Inching Forward with Electric Cars and Hybrids

  • Published: Dec 28th, 2011

China has ambitious goals for producing electric and hybrid vehicles, but the reality is a different story.

Science Prevails as Climate Science Data Won’t be Censored in Texas Report

  • Published: Dec 22nd, 2011

After a public conflict, the Rick Perry administration has agreed to allow the publication of an oceanographer's report on sea level rise in Galveston Bay.

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.

Interactive Map Compares States’ Renewable Energy Goals

  • Published: Jul 22nd, 2011

Use this interactive tool to explore and compare renewable portfolio standards in the US.

Global Warming Goes Nuclear

  • Published: Jun 29th, 2011

Flooding has encircled two nuclear power plants, and a wildfire is threatening a nuclear weapons lab. Is this what "nuclear" global warming looks like?