Topic: Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
Imprisoned Chinese dissident Liu Xiaobo won the 2010 Nobel Peace Prize Friday for his long and nonviolent struggle for human rights in his country. Here is a list of the past 10 Nobel Peace Prize winners and why the committee chose them.
10/08/2010 01:08 pm
But tomorrow's could be, unless efforts to combat climate change include much more development of carbon-free sources of energy. The findings appear Thursday in the journal Science.
09/09/2010 07:53 pm
The IPCC climate change advisory panel, stung by criticism that it ignored dissenting views, underwent an independent review of its management. Observers have called the report 'remarkably hard-hitting.'
08/30/2010 05:56 pm
A scientific panel requested by the UN delivers a blow to the credibility of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). The advice: remove conflicts of interest and review the data on global warming better.
08/30/2010 05:24 pm
The leaked 'climategate' e-mails showed lack of transparency, plus some politicking. But while scientists have been largely cleared of wrongdoing, the impact has shaken climate science.
07/07/2010 05:41 pm
How “scientific” misinformation campaigns sold untruths to consumers.
06/22/2010 06:35 am
The past two months were the warmest March and April on record globally. A new report suggests that communities will need to be adaptable to meet the challenges of global warming.
05/19/2010 07:41 pm
Libertarians may debate the merits of global warming, but not the worthiness of an emissions market.
04/30/2010 12:25 am
Why some right-leaning evangelical Christians have become true believers in climate change. God and green go together, these conservatives say.
03/25/2010 04:36 pm
Politicians and the public question global climate change evidence, so scientists look to Hollywood and websites for a new voice. Lights, camera, science!
03/15/2010 06:31 pm