Environment

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The deal's off

The deal's off

By Daniel James Devine
Posted

Environment | Hopes grow cold for a landmark climate treaty at Copenhagen

Cooling off

Cooling off

By Alisa Harris
Posted

Environment | As Americans trend more conservative, they have become more skeptical of the threat of global warming

Little emitters

Little emitters

By Alisa Harris
Posted

Environment | Climate change becomes the latest excuse to push population control

Adaptation funding

Adaptation funding

By Alisa Harris
Posted

Environment | Religious progressives look to help poor nations adapt to climate change, a plan others call ineffective and costly

Climate summit

Climate summit

By Alisa Harris
Posted

Environment | President Obama leads off a busy week at the UN with an address on climate change

'What's the catastrophe?'

'What's the catastrophe?'

By Jacob Parrish
Posted

Environment | An expert panel testifying on climate change tried to answer Sen. Richard Lugar's question

Garbage collectors

Garbage collectors

By Emily Belz
Posted

Environment | Where most people simply see trash, some see renewable energy-or even dinner

Copenhagen DOA

Copenhagen DOA

By Mark Bergin
Posted

Environment | As a planned follow-up to the failed Kyoto Protocol, next December's climate summit in Denmark appears to be a non-starter

'Courage to do nothing'

'Courage to do nothing'

By Emily Belz
Posted

Environment | Democrats and Republicans chew over Obama's controversial proposal to charge businesses for carbon emissions.

Growing argument

Growing argument

By Mark Bergin
Posted

Environment | The emergence of secondary rainforest in the Amazon has ignited a debate about the importance of old growth preservation

Extreme green team

Extreme green team

By Mark Bergin
Posted

Environment | President Obama's picks on energy and environment betray disregard for the hard lessons of green policy failure in Europe

Denmark deadline

Denmark deadline

By Mark Bergin
Posted

Environment | A sagging global economy and a shift in public opinion make next year's international climate treaty less likely

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