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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.
OP-ED: 'Displacing fossil fuels won’t be easy. But it will be profitable once governments intervene.'
Carl Pope, a veteran leader of the environmental movement, is the former executive director and...
Nov 17, 2014 | Read More
'It's like dominos. This is the first domino, and in order to get everything to fall in the right place, you have to start here.'
Next month's climate talks in Peru are a pivotal point in the push for global action on climate...
Nov 10, 2014 | Read More
Todd Stern says that mounting public pressure could rapidly force GOP to address global warming, and urged people to demand action.
Climate change denial will switch from being a litmus test for major Republican politicians to a...
Oct 15, 2014 | Read More
$44 Trillion is needed to make the transition to clean energy, IEA expert tells ICN, but will yield $115 trillion in savings.
In a world wrestling with climate change and the need to phase out fossil fuels, nothing is more...
Oct 10, 2014 | Read More
The business presence at this year's Climate Week went well beyond the 'green bubble' that has long surrounded such climate advocacy.
Climate Week presented a two-front push for nations to take action on climate change. The moral...
Sep 29, 2014 | Read More
Though much of the Climate Week spotlight was on nations, the world's cities will continue to implement the most innovative climate change policies.
Even as nations gathered in New York this week to discuss global-level action on climate change,...
Sep 26, 2014 | Read More
What we do with the world's 14 biggest reserves of carbon will help determine the pace and depth of climate change and the fate of future generations.
It took hundreds of millions of years for Earth's fossil fuel deposits to form, but mankind has...
Sep 25, 2014 | Read More
Jane Kleeb at the People's Climate March on Sept 21, 2014.
OP-ED: 'TransCanada likes to pretend that this pipeline is carrying rainbows with pots of gold.'
Jane Kleeb is the founder of Bold Nebraska, a grassroots group that opposes the Keystone XL...
Sep 25, 2014 | Read More
OP-ED: 'Despite the gargantuan challenge, climate change offers the human family…the rare but golden opportunity to achieve transformative change.'
Yeb Saño is commissioner of the Philippines Climate Change Commission. No one who was there–and...
Sep 23, 2014 | Read More
Tony Abbott, Primer Minister of Australia, at the World Economic Forum in 2014.
Their prime ministers mince no words in their disdain for putting a price on greenhouse gas emissions to protect their fossil fuel exports.
The flags of all its member states flutter outside the United Nations as world leaders gather for a...
Sep 23, 2014 | Read More