E&E explores the science, politics and policy of climate change in this ongoing special report. The report is broken into three distinct sections: domestic policy, international action, and science and technology. Click on a header below to go to a specific section.

Climate Change: Overview

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Overview

Climate Change: Global Dilemma

Domestic
Debate

Climate Change: Global Dilemma

Global
Dilemma

Climate Change: Science & Technology

Science &
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CLIMATE:

EPA announces review of Johnson memo

U.S. EPA said today that it will reconsider a Bush-administration memorandum describing why the government should not regulate carbon dioxide emissions from new coal-fired power plants. In a letter to the Sierra Club, EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson said the agency would grant the advocacy group's petition seeking reconsideration of former Administrator Stephen Johnson's memo.

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Lieberman-Warner: The 60-vote breakdown

E&E Daily analyzed the positions of the 100 senators expected to debate the Lieberman-Warner climate bill. Updated as the debate unfolds.

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Key Documents

An archive of primary source material relating to domestic climate change policy.

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Legislation Comparison Chart

The Proposed Legislation Comparison Chart collects all current climate legislation being debated in Congress.

View the chart (Updated Jan. 16, 2008)

Climate Court Cases Chart

The Global Warming Court Cases Tracking Chart compares nine major pieces of litigation pending or recently decided by the courts.

View the chart (Updated Sept. 19, 2007)

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