Economic headwinds fuel suspicions about China's CO2
China's greenhouse gas emissions will continue to grow until 2040 under current government policies, according to a stark new analysis that underscores the influence of China's activities on global temperatures.
U.S. Ambassador Craft draws shrugs for low-key start
While climate change is high on the United Nations' agenda, the new U.S. ambassador to the U.N. has so far avoided the subject, as experts predicted she might.
Resistance to IPCC falls as reports grow more alarming
For 30 years, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has been issuing increasingly dire reports on the impacts and consequences of human-induced climate change. Now, IPCC authors think their message may finally be getting through.
Desert takes over once-viable Australian ranchland
Australia is bracing for another potentially sweltering summer and a growing risk to its agriculture industry.
First-ever index will track average global CO2 price
A market research firm has launched what it describes as the world's "first benchmark for the global price of carbon credits."