Topic: Kyoto Protocol
The two-week negotiations begin on Monday and carry far lower expectations than did last December's climate change talks in Copenhagen.
11/29/2010 02:06 pm
As talks on halting the global loss of species got underway Monday in Japan, long-standing disagreements over how to split up the economic benefits those species generate are threatening to stall negotiations.
10/21/2010 05:14 pm
Few expect big breakthroughs at China's climate change talks this week. The real success will be in smoothing relations after the Copenhagen debacle and small side deals that are more realistic, observers say.
10/05/2010 12:31 pm
In recent years, Russia viewed the threat of climate change in naive or cavalier terms. But this summer's devastating weather was a wake-up call.
08/27/2010 11:14 am
Airlines and airplane manufacturers are working to make air travel greener. Meantime, consider taking a bus or train.
06/23/2010 12:21 pm
Voluntary carbon offsets are a 'Wild West' market ripe for fraud, exaggeration, and poorly run projects that probably do little to ease global warming.
04/20/2010 01:02 pm
Global Viewpoint Brazilian President Lula: BRIC countries must forge a transparent system of global governance
Brazilian President Lula weighs in on the BRIC summit where Brazil, Russia, India, and China showed they are committed to building a joint diplomatic and creative approach to world issues.
04/16/2010 04:17 pm
Four formerly developing countries took the reins during climate talks in Copenhagen: China, India, Brazil, and South Africa. It could herald a redistribution of global clout, some experts say.
01/14/2010 09:23 pm
Some specialists are calling for an overhaul of the UN global warming process, which yielded only modest progress in Copenhagen.
01/11/2010 11:58 am
Britain’s accusation that China “hijacked” the Copenhagen talks on global warming has kicked up vigorous debate online, with some rejecting the criticism and others urging global leaders to stop pointing fingers.
12/22/2009 04:45 am