Now that Arctic sea ice has begun its annual winter freeze, you might think that climate change gloom and doom coming from the northern climes might take a seasonal hiatus, but you'd be wrong. According to new data
There are no shortage of plans coming out lately that lay out the path towards a green energy future: T. Boone Pickens, Google, Al Gore and others have weighed in on the issue. Now Greenpeace is calling for an Energy (R)evolution.
Though if you've just seen the money in your retirement account disappear this may not be the time to bring this up, but I will anyway. We mustn't lose focus on the absolute importance of moving away from fossil fuels (no matter
Not to be Debbie-Downer this Monday morning, but the Christian Science Monitor reports that colleges and universities, not unlike countries that made climate commitments, are having a hard time meeting those goals.
I'm going to let Josh Tulkin speak mostly for himself on this one, but here's the thumbnail sketch of the situation: Tulkin received a latter from the Maryland State Police informing him that from March 2005 to May 2006 Tulkin was under
Today the UN will is offering a set of 6 postage stamps on the theme of climate change. Each stamp is based on images from Gary Braasch's book Earth Under Fire: How Global Warming is Changing the World. The UN designated 2008 as
Just a quick update to a story that broke back in June about a lawsuit against the Canadian government by Friend of the Earth Canada, in which FOE alleged that the nation had failed to comply with its obligations under the Kyoto
In an exclusive Backpacker Magazine interview, the presidential candidates discussed their prospective policies regarding a slew of environmental topics: global warming solutions, cap and trade policies, oil drilling, gun
The American Museum of Natural History is unveiling its much anticipated Climate Change exhibit today, giving the public an opportunity to take an in-depth, engaging look at the most notorious and ill-understood
The Big Cheese behind TreeHugger, Graham Hill, hit the Arctic as part of Cape Farewell's 2008 Disko Bay expedition to witness the direct environmental effects of climate change. In a science research boat, he traveled
"The most important number of your lifetime" is how George Spyros titled Bill McKibben's campaign earlier this year. Since 350.org was launched this clear number, referring to the target of parts per million of Co2 in the atmosphere, has ignited the
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American Climate Values Survey
Views on global warming may be more strongly politically and economically influenced than many may have hoped. The recently released results of the American Climate Values Survey, conducted
Ahh, if only solving the climate crisis were as easy as wearing t-shirts, or clicking thumbs-up on StumbleUpon. Well, maybe even that tiny move can help a bit with the Environmental Defense Fund's free "Fight Global Warming" toolbar. The
Though the jury is still out on whether global warming had anything to do with large numbers of dead penguins washing ashore in Brazil back in July, according to a report from WWF if global warming increases temperatures