A Review of the Book: The Inquisition of Climate Science by James Lawrence Powell
Climate Politics: Heatwaves, Droughts and Glacier Melts Make Global Warming Difficult to Deny, But There Are Still Plenty of Climate Deniers Out There…
By The Numbers: Rio Commitments Nonprofits, Businesses and Governments Pledge Half a Trillion Dollars Toward a Sustainable Future
Nonprofits, Businesses and Governments Pledge Half a Trillion Dollars Toward a Sustainable Future at the Rio+20 Conference…
A Stalwart of Climate Change Denial Self Destructs. Is that a Good Thing?
A proposed tar sands oil pipeline from Canada to Texas has become a major hot-button issue but not for the right reasons…
The People’s Climate Summit Inside the World People’s Conference on Climate Change in Bolivia, where activists and indigenous people made their voices heard
The People’s Climate Summit: Inside the World People’s Conference on Climate Change in Bolivia, where activists and indigenous people made their voices heard.
Countdown to Copenhagen The World Faces an Urgent Climate Crisis. Is the International Community Up to the Task?
This December will mark the 15th time the UN has held its annual Climate Change Conference—and the fate of the planet hangs in the balance.
Dominica is now becoming known for something else than a long-ago visit by Christopher Columbus. The “nature isle” is now synonymous with longevity. At 29 miles long and 16 miles wide, with a population of 70,000, Dominica boasts 20 centenarians, and has the second-highest longevity in the western hemisphere (second only to Canada).
According to Yale University’s Climate Initiative, this Ivy League school in New Haven, Connecticut produced greenhouse gas emissions of 285,000 metric tons in 2002, more than 30 developing nations. Most of those emissions come from power plants, purchased power and on-campus buildings. But things are looking up. Last year, Yale President Richard Levin announced the university’s commitment to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 10 percent below its 1990 levels by 2020.
Did you know that the production of meat significantly increases global warming?