As COP-15 approaches, the world already has a precedent for how the United States and China can work together.
Yesterday, the U.S. House of Representatives passed a bill that, if it becomes law, will change the face of America’s factories, power sources, buildings, landscapes and working patterns.
By Fernando Henrique Cardoso and Jonathan Lash on April 27, 2009
To see how the world’s major economies might make progress this week on climate change, look back to 1992.
Today we have an unprecedented opportunity to align economic, social and environmental goals.
President Jonathan Lash and Board Chairman Jim Harmon discuss what WRI accomplished in 2008 and what it hopes to do in 2009.
Soon, everybody may hear. The world’s first ban on illegal wood imports could be a breakthrough on climate change.
A key message coming out of the recent election is that millions of Americans want their newly elected Congress and President to address today’s big problems, most of which transcend national borders.
With Achim Steiner, UNEP Executive Director, UN Under-Secretary General
The food crises of the present will seem as nothing to those of the future unless the world brings some urgency and intelligence to managing the planet’s nature-based assets.
Ironically, the most ambitious U.S. action in the fight against global warming is coming from big cities and their mayors.
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