by Alejandro Davila Fragoso Jun 9, 2016
A policy moderately stringent and highly flexible, similar to the Clean Power Plan, may cause net benefits of some $38 billion a year.
by Jeremy Deaton - Guest Contributor May 24, 2016
While dietary experts will weigh in on the nutritional aspects, buried in the pages is a recommendation with potentially huge implications for climate change.
by Joe Romm Mar 21, 2016
Last year CO2 levels jumped high. Yet the world economy grew while energy-related CO2 emissions were flat. How did that happen?
by Samantha Page Feb 11, 2016
Standard operating procedure no longer applies.
by Natasha Geiling Feb 1, 2016
According to a new analysis, Australia, long an outsider in global climate policy, could fall very short of its climate goals.
by Katie Valentine Jan 4, 2016
“The United States will pursue all appropriate remedies against Volkswagen to redress the violations of our nation’s clean air laws alleged in the complaint.”
by Alejandro Davila Fragoso Dec 23, 2015
"The paper is the first to systematically assess regional scale impacts of climate change and their relation to anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions."
by Alejandro Davila Fragoso Dec 18, 2015
At least a third of the population of China breathes air deemed “unhealthy” by U.S. standards -- air that kills as many as 1.6 million people every year.
by Alejandro Davila Fragoso Dec 1, 2015
Most Americans not only want a climate change treaty, they also support limits on carbon emissions.
by Katie Valentine Sep 8, 2015
Making climate-smart decisions could save cities a lot of money, according to a new report.