US climate change envoy Todd Stern’s calls for a more “flexible” approach to the limit on warming dismissed by EU.
US state of Iowa’s experience demonstrates green jobs can be real jobs but tax changes could jeopardise future of tens of thousands of workers
The US Senate has held its first committee on climate change in three years with the debate not about climate change policy, but whether or not it exists.
Groups including Oxfam and Greenpeace weigh in as politicians and lobby groups raise the stakes and trade increasingly bold accusations.
The lights are on but the jury is out as other nations join India in reassessing their energy security following the country’s massive blackout and the US-EU aviation row turns nasty.
State Department says an all encompassing emissions pact is the focus of meeting of countries opposed to the EU carbon trading scheme. Previous talks focused on countering the EU plans.
Candid comments and calls to slash red tape suggest increased urgency at the UN climate finance workshop’s final session.
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Critics say move could jeopardise development of the industry and threaten country’s national security.
Successful clean energy and water management policies must recognise relationship between the two, says Stockholm Environment Institute.
Leaks in the production and transportation of gas must be cut to 1% for it to contribute to a cleaner energy mix, according to research co-authored by the Environmental Defence Fund.
New model shows switch from coal to renewables is cheapest way for Western US to cut emissions.
Presidential hopeful calls prospect “cloud cuckoo land” despite heavy US Navy backing of new source of fuel.
Tea Party and Occupy unite in latest pipeline dispute as local political groups increasingly fill the void left by governments suffering policy inertia and economic stagnation.
Potential US Presidential nominee has some unconventional views on climate change and science in general.
RTCC presents the week’s climate change and sustainable development news with some choice quotes from the people making the headlines.
Advocacy group says big emitters should not forget their own targets while targeting methane, soot and HFCs in developing countries.
Legislation which would force the approval of the Keystone XL pipeline passed the House of Representatives, but there is still doubt over whether it will pass the Democrat-controlled Senate.
US and partners to fund cuts in methane, HFCs and soot in developing countries.