NEWS: Democrats and Republicans have teamed up to combat HFCs, methane and black carbon
NEWS: New strategy could reduce US greenhouse gas emissions by 1% by 2020, says White House
Different models offer conflicting predictions on future crop yields, confusing scientists and the public alike
New research suggests soot and methane have less of an impact on global temperatures than previously thought
Methane emitted from Arctic sea ice thaw could have catastrophic effects on global economy say UK researchers
Country’s success in pioneering the route to exploiting undersea methane stocks could be good news for a resource-hungry country, and bad news for an overheating planet
Ministers from Canada, Russia and US join call to tackle black carbon and methane emissions to reduce short term warming
Leaked report by New York Health Department clears fracking as a health risk but new science emerges suggesting methane leaks from shale gas are as high as 9%
New film portraying small town America’s role in US “energy revolution” turns spotlight on relationship between environment and the economy
COP18: New report warns that nearly 40% of total global emissions could come from permafrost melt
Deforested land used to grow palm oil, soya bean and other crops releases huge levels nitrous oxide and methane into the atmosphere
The world’s eight leading economies join US climate change scheme to reduce short-term “forcers” including methane and soot in developing countries.
Wambi Michael finds out how a compost plant could provide a solution to multiple problems in Uganda, in the eighth of a series of UNFCCC CDM Radio Club reports hosted by RTCC.
Nordic environment ministers have signed a declaration to increase efforts on reducing non-CO2 emissions.
Advocacy group says big emitters should not forget their own targets while targeting methane, soot and HFCs in developing countries.
US and partners to fund cuts in methane, HFCs and soot in developing countries.
Using simple measures to cut emissions of methane and soot could help slow global warming while also boosting crops and saving lives, says new study from NASA.