Countries should step back and look at what their leaders agreed to in Copenhagen as they prepare for Tianjin and beyond.
This post originally appeared on the National Journal Energy and Environment blog.
A bill that strips the EPA of its authority or that sets a weak cap on greenhouse gas emissions could do more harm than good.
This post originally appeared on the National Journal Energy & Environment Blog.
While Earth Day’s founders couldn’t have predicted it, acting on climate change has become the country’s great unfinished business.
Where things stand after the UN climate conference in Copenhagen, and the key steps to ensure progress in Cancun.
The result from Copenhagen is an Accord that looks very different than what has come before.
Assisting poor countries now and in the future in adapting to climate change must be a top priority.
One by one, developing countries are coming forward with commitments to reduce emissions.
By Jennifer Morgan and Jonathan Lash on December 3, 2009
This framework for looking at possible outcomes of the COP-15 convention was first introduced at a press event on November 20th.
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