In an interview with the Times, Lisa Jackson, the new EPA administrator, said that she has asked her staff to prepare documentation for an "endangerment finding" under the Clean Air Act, to determine whether or not carbon dioxide is a pollutant that poses a threat to public health and welfare.
Christiania has flown its own flag for decades now, but the Danish government and real estate interests say, Enough!
Protests in the capital escalated Tuesday and Wednesday with calls for the prime minister and Central Bank head to resign.
'No better time' for change, say activists at this past weekend's youth conference in Doha, Qatar.
World carbon emissions will essentially have to come to a halt by midcentury to avoid severe disruption of the earth's climate system, warn the 47 authors of the Worldwatch Institute's book, 'State of the World 2009: Into a Warming World.'
Economic retreat could hamper green investment – but it could also spur a drive to move economies away from fossil-fuel dependencies.
Team Obama is more pragmatic and less ideological than its predecessors, say diplomats and campaign advisers. Afghanistan will be a foreign-policy priority.
Musicians turn to new software to teach and collaborate over the Internet.