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Air pollution in Hangzhou, China
New reseach provides the first global view of how international trade altered national carbon footprints during the period of the Kyoto Protocol
Cuts in carbon emissions by developed countries since 1990 have been canceled out three times over...
Apr 25, 2011 | Read More
EU climate change commissioner Connie Hedegaard
Connie Hedegaard, the EU climate change commissioner, fended off intense pressure from lobbyists who opposed raising the target from 20 percent
Europe's climate chief has beaten off intense lobbying from businesses to secure a key victory in...
Mar 8, 2011 | Read More
But current technology can reduce ship pollution 90%, and a House committee is weighing law to reduce black carbon emissions
In the next few decades, a warming Arctic will open up shorter shipping routes, potentially...
Nov 9, 2010 | Read More
Opening of America's first spaceport and expectation of 1000 suborbital flights a year create new source of warming pollution
Commercial space travel on private rocket ships took a major step toward reality on Oct. 25 with...
Nov 5, 2010 | Read More
Giant mirrors and solar panels in Northern Cape would reduce carbon emissions and generate one-tenth of the country's energy needs
South Africa is to unveil plans this week for what it claims will be the world's biggest solar...
Oct 25, 2010 | Read More
Hosts of latest round of UN climate talks say emission reduction goals of developed countries must be focus of negotiations
China today called on wealthy nations to dramatically increase the rate at which they plan to cut...
Oct 5, 2010 | Read More