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On Monday, a 192-nation UN forum will take its first look at a draft text for negotiations that will ultimately craft a global climate change pact.
Greenhouse gas emissions dropped in Europe for the third consecutive year as the European Union announced on Friday that it is on track to meet its long-term climate goal.
The worldâ€™s largest carbon polluters made progress in talks on Tuesday on how to help poor nations that may be dramatically affected by climate change.
Executives from top â€œgreenâ€ companies on Tuesday said governments must turn away from fossil fuels when they sign a new climate pact to replace the Kyoto Protocol in December.
An international medley of business leaders, scientists from a variety of fieldsn and politicians are scheduled to meet in Copenhagen, Denmark on Sunday to discuss the role that industry can play in the fight against global climate change.
China will call on developed nations to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions by 40 percent from 1990 levels by the year 2020, according to a new position paper published ahead of global climate change negotiations scheduled for December in Copenhagen.
New Clinton Climate Initiative program to demonstrate economic, environmental strategies for sustainable urban growth DESTINY, Fla., May 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Destiny, Florida, America's first eco-sustainable city, was announced today as one among 16 founding projects of the Climate Positive Development Program, a Clinton Climate Initiative (CCI) program that will support the development of large-scale urban projects that demonstrate cities can grow in ways that are "climate positive." Climate...
Representatives from over 70 nations at the World Ocean Conference in Indonesia are asking for oceans to be included on the agenda of global climate change talks aimed at finding a successor to the Kyoto Protocol.
According to an audit revealed on Tuesday, the Canadian government is failing to measure reductions in the nationâ€™s greenhouse gas emissions, as required by law.
A new study has found that rising sea levels could wipe entire island nations off the map and displace millions of people.
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