Living as we do in a time in which arguments about climate change are being turned on their heads - my favourite recent example being the creed of a T...
Why have humans with their enormous brains failed in a logical problem mastered by sparrows?
With international negotiations at a standstill, 350.org, Greenpeace and others are using every new media tool available to share their climate message. Two days before 10/10/10, they had registered nearly 7,000 events in 188 countries.
With only days remaining until diplomats are due to arrive in Tianjin for the final round of climate negotiations before the Cancun summit, scientists...
Climate protection has gone local. Political leaders may fiddle while the world burns, but grassroots groups around the country are organizing to cut greenhouse gas emissions and build a greener future.
There's a new movement that's been building up outside and inside the established environmental groups: It's the internet.
The goal of the day is not to solve the climate crisis one project at a time, but to send a pointed political message: if we can get to work, you can get to work too.
The problem is not the "American" way of life. It is that the way of life in the United States is largely under the control of corporations.
The first thing you notice as you fly into Copenhagen, where I recently made a speech, is the ring of wind turbines surrounding the city. I guess that...
Wouldn't it be horrible if all this stunning, irrefutable evidence -- death, floods, heat waves, the worst this and the most violent that in 1,000 years -- were some sort of surefire sign that we have amplified the imminent implosion of this planet?
Bonn, Germany -- Already at the last UNFCCC meeting in June, the majority of nations -- aside from airing their grievances over how the negotiating pr...
The Senate shelved climate legislation, making it unlikely that it will be passed this year. The subject has been the source of considerable concern and conversation here at the UNFCCC climate talks.
Congress's failure to act on global climate change was one of the reasons the diplomatic atmosphere was so chilly last year in Copenhagen. Now, Congress has chilled the atmosphere again.
The UNFCCC organizing meeting kicked off in Bonn, Germany as representatives from the 178 governments gathered to hammer out differences and draw up a draft text in preparation for the COP 16.
Our leaders' allegiance to the mythical god of growth trumps their concern over the proven chemistry and physics of global climate change.
Steve was one of the world's foremost experts on climate science, and a key member of the IPCC. More than that, Steve knew how to communicate, and he was not afraid to do it.