Were humans put on the planet to liberate the carbon in order to warm a cooling Earth? It's not as crazy as it sounds.
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New reports are putting the business world on its toes when responding to threats posed by climate change.
Shrinking snowpacks will turn snow-white jobs into grass-green unemployment slips unless resorts take action soon, according to NRDC and a snow sports environmental organization.
Don’t expect the U.S. Congress to take any action on climate change in the next four years. But by continuing to use its regulatory authority and working with the states, the Obama administration can make significant progress on reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
Conservation organizations are working with industry to try to make beef production more sustainable.
With the relationship between utilities and their customers changing in unprecedented ways, new companies are deploying vast amounts of data and social psychology techniques to try to persuade people to use less electricity in their homes.
Although the list of global trends was mostly dominated by political and economic concerns, some key sustainability issues were at the top of leaders’ minds.
No broad-based international agreement on sharing rivers currently exists, even though much of the world depends on water from rivers that flow through more than one nation. But that may be about to change, as two separate global river treaties are close to being approved.
Can trees really help meet a state's climate-change goals, even one as green as Oregon? Researchers may be barking up the wrong tree.
Climate change received scant attention in the election campaign. But with public concern about global warming growing in the wake of Hurricane Sandy, President Obama has an unprecedented opportunity to take bold action on climate and clean energy.