Global Warming Staff’s Archive

Mayors Call for Ambitious Climate Deal

Mayors from major cities around the world signed a resolution calling for a comprehensive and "ambitious" accord to institute and enforce carbon pollution cuts, spurning the notion that difficult economic …

Pope: Environmental Issues are Human Rights Issues

Pope Benedict XVI, whose papacy has seen the Vatican take steps toward reducing carbon pollution and improving overall sustainability, is calling for action to protect global natural resources and curb …

Highlight of the Week: Senators Offer 'Tripartisan' Framework for Climate and Energy Legislation

As talks heat up in Copenhagen, leaders stateside are speaking out on behalf of clean energy. Senators John Kerry (D-MA), Lindsey Graham (R-SC), and Joe Lieberman (I-CT), have sent President …

Economic Message of the Week: DOE Loan Guarantee to Mercury-Cutting Company

The Department of Energy has announced the offer of a loan guarantee to a manufacturer of equipment to reduce some of the most harmful byproducts associated with a dirty fuel source. Red …

Editorial of the Week: We All Have a Stake in Curbing Warming in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Nations should look to the potential of green technology and conservation efforts to create new jobs that can help with economic recovery and reduce human impact on climate change. Wisconsin's …

Polls: Global Warming a Serious Problem

With President Obama preparing to attend the second half of the international climate summit in Copenhagen and a diverse coalition of U.S. senators discussing a 'tripartisan' outline for climate and …

U.S. to Promote Clean Energy in Developing Countries

Energy Secretary Steven Chu announced the launch of a new initiative to promote clean energy technologies in developing countries at the international climate summit in Copenhagen. "No matter what pledges …

U.N. Group Drafts Emission Reduction Plan

A negotiation text outlining ambitious carbon pollution cuts over the next 40 years has been released, buoying efforts toward an international climate accord at the U.N.-sponsored climate conference in Copenhagen. The …

Restoring the Longleaf Pine: Preparing the Southeast for Global Warming

A good-news global warming story about a pine tree with a storied past promises that a back-to-the-future approach will provide economic opportunities and help prepare the southeastern U.S. for a …

Highlight of the Week: Obama Bumps Up Copenhagen Slate as EPA Rules on Carbon

The president is changing his travel plans. President Obama will now head to the international climate summit in Copenhagen during the critical closing days of the summit, rather than at …

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