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Historic Vote Occurs as World Leaders Negotiate International Climate Deal SACRAMENTO, Calif., Dec.
As President George W Bush presides over a steady stream of environmentally unfriendly regulations meant to last into the Obama administration, he is now drawing more criticism than ever.
Contrary to earlier projections, few developing countries will be able to afford more efficient technologies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the next few decades, new research concludes.
NEW YORK, Dec.
The UN's top climate official said on Tuesday that the United States and other rich nations must pledge specific targets by the end of next year for cutting greenhouse gas emissions by 2020 to win agreement on a UN climate pact.
POZNAN, Poland, Dec. 1 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Today, Angela Anderson, Director of the Pew Environment Group's International Global Warming Campaign, issued the following statement on the opening of the Poznan climate talks.
On Thursday, Brazil ruled out the possibility of rich countries offsetting their greenhouse gas emissions by helping to save the Amazon rain forest. The idea had been under discussion by the European Union.
Think you can drive around the world without using a drop of oil? A Swiss man is living the dream.
During U.N. climate talks on Wednesday, delegates from China and India said President-elect Barack Obama's goals for curbing greenhouse gases to 2020 are inadequate.