p>As the 2006 UN Conference of the Parties to the Climate Convention (COP-12) approaches, an overview of greenhouse gas sources is helpful.
West Virginia will soon be able to adopt a trading program to improve water quality in the Chesapeake Bay by addressing significant nutrient loading from non-point sources.
Texas has made recent headlines with its big plans to expand its electricity production. Either way, the state will have big impacts for U.S. GHG emissions.
One plan by the Dallas-based utility TXU would spend $10 billion to add 9,000 megawatts of conventional coal-fired coal capacity through 11 new plants. The new plants would increase Texas' CO2 emissions by 78 million tons, or 11 percent....
New reports and the summit in Monterrey shed new light on the global economics of climate change.
When it comes to climate change, states make a difference — even when compared internationally.
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Community involvement may resolve the debate between two southern African states over the resources of a shared lake.
While signatory nations and environmentalists hail the recent ratification of the international Kyoto Protocol on global warming, many are now looking forward and assessing the next steps necessary to further combat and curtail climate change.