August 10, 2012
by Regina Cline
While Congress has left Washington, D.C., for its August recess, the effects of climate change on the West--including record-breaking drought conditions and wildfires--will be the subject of two field hearings by the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources Aug. 15 and 17 in Santa Fe, N.M.
July 27, 2012
by Avery Fellow
The U.S. departments of State and Transportation will host a meeting July 31-Aug. 1 of approximately 15 countries that oppose the European Union's decision to include aviation emissions in its cap-and-trade system.
May 10, 2012
The Coca-Cola Co., Nike, and more than 30 other companies have cut carbon dioxide emissions by more than 100 million metric tons since 1999 under a partnership agreement with the World Wildlife Fund, according to a new report. The reductions are equal to double the current annual emissions of Switzerland.
Walmart Sets New Energy Goals, Lacks Water Targets and Comprehensive Electronics Recycling
Enactment of Climate Change Legislation Remains Unlikely in Congress This Year
Military Turns to Sustainability as Thirst for Energy Presents New Risks, Costs
The Week Ahead: U.N. Climate Negotiations on Agenda, Court to Hear Hurricane Katrina Damage Arguments
The Week Ahead: Keystone Headed to House Floor; Hydropower, Natural Gas on Senate Agenda