ANALYSIS: new data indicates country’s coal pollution could be on a long-term, downward trajectory
Tuesday’s top 5: Green technology will reduce pollution in China, Australian companies will avoid punishment under Direct Action Plan, and Fukushima disaster leads to Renewable Energy Village
Thai designers plan to construct a bike that absorbs pollution and releases purified air
WMO says 2012 a record year for greenhouse gas concentrations, and that the trend continues to accelerate
Air downwind of Canada’s largest oil, gas and tar sands processing zone full of carcinogens and airborne pollutants
By 2100 up to 3 million people could be at risk of dying if leaders do not take action against greenhouse gas emissions
Morning summary: China will make investments over the next five years to address a key source of social discontent
New research warns biodiversity protection could be as important as preventing climate change in protecting ecosystems.
Bangladeshi journalist Probir Kumar Sarker writes about the need for people power to help drive the clean environment movement in the country.