Morales' convening of this unprecedented global conference represents an inspiring a new era in hemispheric and global politics, a fusion of movements in the effort to save mother earth.
Shockingly, everyone's expectations were met! Today's opening session of the Bonn Climate Change Talks had a little something for everybody.
How effective is Morales's conference likely to be? And what do environmentalists make of the environmental downsides of Morales' coca nationalism?
Representatives of 50 governments will meet with ordinary people and social movement leaders from around the world in Bolivia to work on solutions to the threat of climate change.
Kumi Naidoo leads two of the most influential global NGO's working aggressively to promote solutions and viable scenarios for individuals and policy makers to prevent climate chaos.
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Nearly three months after the Copenhagen Accord was hammered out by 28 key countries in the world, where do things stand on international efforts to address global warming?
Is the United States a leader in the fight against climate change? One's outlook may depend on which side of the 2-degree divide one calls home.
Asian governments are the ones beginning to move forward with serious technology policies, investing massive amounts in clean-tech development and deployment while the U.S. falls behind.
The inaugural One Young World summit under way this week in London is a next-generation Davos: a gathering of hundreds of future leaders from the worl...
We cannot let the trial of Tim DeChristopher stand. When he disrupted that auction last year, he did so in the fine tradition of non-violent civil disobedience that changed so many unjust laws in this country's past.
Despite the confounded state of international climate policy negotiations, companies will continue to face new mandates to measure, report, and reduce their carbon emissions.
The physical act of voting has become almost irrelevant in an age when a single voice in the wilderness can log on to Facebook and raise an army of 400,000 strong.
Climate change will proceed whether or not global diplomats make a real climate deal in Mexico this November. We all must get ready to live in a climate different from the one we grew up in.