New poll shows turning tide in US attitudes to climate change and clean energy with overwhelming majority saying it should be on Congress’ to do list.
Forget the stalemate at the UN climate change talks, back home the US is making more climate change progress than its partisan politics would have you think.
The US is awash with positive climate action, harnessing that power to build bi-partisan support for climate action is the path to a shift in the country’s wait and see approach at the UN climate talks.
There is no shortage of advice for Barack Obama as he returns to the White House for another 4 years – we have picked our top tips to halt global warming from commentators around the world
Only a shift in public opinion and the growing clamour from big business for climate action can turn the US position around, regardless of who wins the election.
PBS documentary explains how sceptic groups have undermined science behind climate change and make issue toxic for many politicians.
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US President provides hope to climate activists around the world with strong defence of green policies during main speech at the Democrat Convention
The 2012 Democratic National Platform pledges support for international emissions deal, clean energy and fossil fuel subsidy cuts.
Republican Presidential candidate needs to have a Plan B if his belief that climate change is a hoax proves to be misplaced
Senator Harry Reid assures industry that the tax credit scheme will be renewed and takes swipe at climate sceptics.
President calls them the “fuel of the past” and calls for a more diverse energy strategy.
As Super Tuesday gets underway, RTCC examines the energy policies of the three leading Republican nominees and the man they have to beat, President Obama.
Potential US Presidential nominee has some unconventional views on climate change and science in general.
Katharine Hayhoe speaks to RTCC about the state of climate science in the USA, the daily attacks she and colleagues suffer and her efforts to clean up the climate debate.