CNN’s Anjali Rao talks with Jonathan Lash about the latest developments in the U.S. and China to address global warming.
In arguing against cap-and-trade policies, opponents often try to have their cake and eat it too, using contradictory logic and selective use of statistics to make their case.
Some economic projections say that greenhouse gas limits will cause economic pain, while others predict economic gain. Why the big difference? It depends on the assumptions you choose–and now you can choose your own.
Last week, China released a draft of its First National Climate Change Assessment.
With the renewed focus on global warming policy in the United States, there have been several assertions made about the growth of US emissions, particularly with respect to the European Union (EU).
By Tim Herzog
The 2006 Atlantic hurricane season officially ended on November 30th, and thankfully, there weren’t nearly as many destructive storms in 2006 as in 2005.
As the 2006 UN Conference of the Parties to the Climate Convention (COP-12) approaches, an overview of greenhouse gas sources is helpful.
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