When 120 foreign leaders converge on Copenhagen later this week, they will need to watch their step for other reasons – minding the two “gaps” that have turned these negotiations into a minefield.
As Senators Kerry, Graham and Lieberman unveiled their Senate clean energy and climate framework yesterday, prospects for progress got a boost from Arkansas Senators Lincoln and Pryor.
Americans for Prosperity had hoped to get their climate denial message webcast to over 40 events back here in the United States. Instead, those events witnessed students demanding clean energy — and one of the AFP speakers coming unhinged.
This is Christine Dorsey, communications director for National Wildlife Federation, and I’m on the ground in Copenhagen at the United Nations climate conference, or as it’s known around the world, COP15 – that’s short for the 15th Conference of Parties (to a global climate treaty).
Duke Energy, America’s third-largest electric utility, backs President Obama’s call for comprehensive climate and energy legislation.
UPDATE 6:52pm: NWF President & CEO Larry Schweiger just issued a statement on Obama’s schedule change, saying, “By attending the global climate talks in Copenhagen during the heart of the …
As the international climate negotiations in Copenhagen, Denmark prepare to get underway next week, a team of scientists has introduced a new tool called the Climate Scoreboard.
Sen. Jim Inhofe (R-OK) has a name for those veterans: Attention hogs.
The eyes of the world are on the United States, which has the greatest capacity to lead the green economy renaissance that will lower pollution levels and safeguard our children’s future. Copenhagen remains a critical moment to engage all nations in a more ambitious global effort that keeps pace with the latest climate science.
Today we present part 2 of a 4 part series on the upcoming United Nations Climate Conference in Copenhagen, where leaders from around the globe will come together to negotiate …