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Global Climate Treaty

Global Climate TreatyMore than 100 heads of state went to frigid Copenhagen in December 2009 and failed to deliver a global deal. The scene this year shifts to sunny Cancun, and most of them are staying home. We’ll be there. Stay tuned for more climate reports.
Secretary General of the United Nations Ban Ki-moon
The CCS drumbeat builds during Warsaw climate talks, as data reveal nearly 1,200 coal-burning plants are on the drawing boards amid record warming.
The smoldering debate over whether coal has a future in a low-carbon world has flared up with new...
Nov 22, 2013 | Read More
UNFCCC Executive Secretary Christiana Figueres
All the reports sound a common theme: more needs to be done, and faster.
As delegates from around the world descend on Warsaw for talks toward a new climate treaty,...
Nov 7, 2013 | Read More
Ceres
Groundbreaking initiative is forcing an investor rethink: What's the value of fossil fuel stocks if companies must leave reserves in the ground?
A well-heeled coalition of investors is asking top fossil fuel companies to calculate the risks of...
Oct 24, 2013 | Read More
Connie Hedegaard
'Any move he makes will be carefully analyzed by the European Union and China to see what it says about his willingness to fight hard on climate change.'
The Keystone XL tar sands pipeline has become a top priority for environmental groups and some...
Aug 15, 2013 | Read More
Valero is one of the U.S. oil companies that hasn't set internal greenhouse gas
Eight of the 11 domestic energy companies on the Fortune 100 haven't set greenhouse gas reduction or renewable energy goals, a report finds.
Recognizing the impact of global warming—or perhaps just looking for a little positive press—large...
Jan 3, 2013 | Read More
A youth-led green jobs rally in Washington in Oct. 2009
Attempts to quantify the size, scope and benefits of the fledgling clean economy are in their earliest stages. What do we know so far?
Is steering large sums of federal money into America's clean energy economy worth the risk? The...
Feb 28, 2012 | Read More
Solar house construction
Under GOP attack for his Keystone XL delay, Obama goes with his base—and the clean economy. Cap and trade loses favor, and solar fights for a key subsidy.
Unions and oil companies painted President Obama as a jobs destroyer for his decision to delay the...
Dec 2, 2011 | Read More
Turkey is laying the groundwork for a mandatory carbon trading plan that could eventually take aim at its soaring global warming emissions. Why now?
ISTANBUL, Turkey—Turkey is finally getting serious about building a domestic carbon trading scheme...
Nov 28, 2011 | Read More
Tar sands mining at the edge of the Canadian boreal forest.
In the run-up to a key European vote Friday that could designate tar sands crude as dirtier, the UK has been secretly helping Canada fight the standard.
The UK government has been giving secret support at the very highest levels to Canada's campaign...
Nov 28, 2011 | Read More
mage of Arctic sea ice taken July 12, 2011, courtesy of NASA
Some 15 percent of U.S. voters now see global warming as their main concern, meaning it could be an important issue in next year's election, says analyst
More Americans than last year believe the world is warming and the change is likely influenced by...
Sep 16, 2011 | Read More