While the recent G7 commitment to "decarbonization" by 2100 is a positive step, accelerated melting of the Arctic suggests a need to step up the transition to a sustainable energy future.
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, the United Nations organization that assesses the impacts of climate change, has released a new report, the second part of a larger assessment.
Greenhouse gas levels have reached 400 parts per million in the Arctic for the first time. The readings in the Arctic are important because the region is an indicator of changes to come.
Climate skeptics found plenty of reasons to dig out their dreary critiques this week, between the continuing controversy over erroneous reports from the International Panel for Climate Change (IPCC).
Nuclear power, biofuels, clean coal: These are the Obama administration's answers to climate change.
May 11, 2009 to May 13, 2009
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