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Democrats Unveil Ambitious Draft Climate Change Bill To The US Senate


China And India Are Leading The Way. Yes, I'm Optimistic


More Corporations Are "Greening" Supply Chains


From Cope To Hope: Twitter To The Rescue?


Two Views of Density and Driving


Google Earth 3D Climate Change Simulator Unveiled - Starring Al Gore


Cruel Weather, Arab Middle East Film Festival


What If Climate Action Actually Accelerates Economic Growth?


‘Bacteria batteries’ For Energy Storage: Methane Technology Mimics Chemical Process Found in Marshes


A Sea Change: Imagine a World Without Fish - Ocean Acidification Film


"Changer Pour Durer:" Change To Endure


Planetary Boundaries and The Failure of Environmentalism


Worldchanging Interview: Paul Hawken


Friday Question: Failed Green Living Products?


Gonzo Green


Harvard Forum: ICT4D And, And, And…


Tweeting Plants


Book Review - Digital Fabrications: Architectural And Material Techniques


Clay Shirky and Accountability Journalism


World Leaders Spare Details at Climate Summit


Myth vs. Reality on International Climate Negotiations


Accountability Journalism and New Media Models


Letter from Copenhagen - Cities and Citizenship


The Advent of Smart, Green Cities in Asia and Europe Shows Leadership for Copenhagen Climate Agreement


Momentum Grows to Limit Climate-Warming Chemicals


Energy and Global Warming News for September 21st: Obama to shift focus as climate talks approach


Worldchanging Interview: Vinay Venkatraman on Interaction Design


The Backstory of Stuff: New Sites Enable More Transparency in the Supply Chain


Sunlight Foundation’s Ellen Miller at Transparent Text


Climate-Related Business Surges Past Aerospace and Defense Sectors


Companies Urge US Senate to Pass GHG Reduction Bill


The Secret To Preventing Fishery Decline: Stop Fishing So Much


If Obama Can't Defeat the Republican Headbangers, Our Planet is Doomed


Fighting For The Right To Bike To School


Heat-Resistant Forests Could Reverse Warming in the Sahara, Study Says


Will The Brixton Pound Buy A Brighter Future?


Radical Collaboration


(Un)Inhabitable? - Art of Extreme Environments


Iraq Approves Plan to Convert Rotting Dates to Bioethanol


Interior Launches Council to Monitor and Tackle Climate Change


A French Twist On GDP


Density, Suite Density


Graphic Series: Earthly Ideas, Obama and COP 15


New Scientist gets all Worldchanging


Where are New Green Cities and How Can They Curb Asian Greenhouse Gas Emissions?


Kenyas' First "Net Positive" Basketball Court


The French Carbon Tax Shift


Highways and Rapid Transit: Should They Go Together?


German Scientists Endorse a Global Carbon Bank


Offshore Wind Advocates Eye Collaboration on East Coast of U.S.


Defusing The Population Bomb


The Turkanas Of Kenya - Nomadic Herders In A Changing Climate


Stay Informed and Spread Solutions Fast with our Social Sites


Cars And Cycle Lanes - Too Close For Comfort


The Nauhaus: Out to Save the World


EPA Seeks Revocation Of Largest Mountaintop Coal Mine Permit


New York City Girds Itself for Heat and Rising Seas


New Grassroots Effort Unites Groups Fighting For A Clean Future


How Much Would Most People Pay For a Shorter Commute?


Note To Senate: Public Support For Energy Policy Is Strong


Huge Wind and Ocean Energy Project Planned for Offshore North Carolina


Worldchanging on the Road: Bright Green Youth


For The Love Of Water: H209 & The New Generation Competition


Tom Friedman, Our One-Party Democracy, And The Clean Energy Jobs Message


2009 Open Architecture Challenge: Winners Announced!


When Parking Spaces Are More Important Than Homes


San Francisco’s Foggy Sunday Streets 2009


Scientists Find Net Present Value of Climate Change Impacts of $1240 TRILLION on Current Emissions Path, Making Mitigation to Under 450 ppm a Must


The City Cycles


Waste Not, Watt Not: Energy Efficiency Cuts Pollution While Lowering Energy Bills--That's Why It's a Core Strategy of the Climate and Clean Energy Bill


Bianics Biotoilet: Just in Time


Japan’s Incoming Premier Vows Sharp CO2 Cuts — With Caveat


When the Global Ponzi Scheme Collapses, the Only Jobs Left Will Be Green


Worldchanging Interview: Jean Russell on Thrivability


Pumping Up the Grid: Key Step to Green Energy


Obama's Labor Day Speech: Health Care, the Economy, and Clean Energy


Germany Boosts Electric Vehicle Development


57 Million Chances to Get Housing Right


Measuring Life at the Base of the Pyramid


Revisiting The Question Of Corn Ethanol’s Carbon Footprint


Harvard Business Review and Yale e360 Hype Space Solar. Why?


Worldchanging Review: Doug Rushkoff on Life Inc.


Wanderlusting No. 4: Copenhagen Cycle Culture


Phoenix Commotion: Affordable Housing from Recyled Materials


More People, Less Driving: The Imperative Of Curbing Sprawl


Intercity Trains: How Good Do Connections Need To Be?


Sen. Cantwell (D-WA): U.S.-China Climate Deal Likely at Obama Visit, Senate Has “50-50 chance” of Passing Climate Bill This Year


New Resource: The Living Planet City


Imagine A World Without Fish


The Fate Of Times Square


Solar Panels To Boost Property Prices


Youtube in the Amazon: Rural Peru's Transition to the Internet


Influential U.K. Panel Outlines Possible Geo-engineering Ideas


Europe Cuts Emissions, Imposes Ban on Incandescent Bulbs


Is the U.S. consumption binge over? NYT reports "Sales of vegetable plants swelled fivefold in March over past years."


Worldchanging Update: Better Place Targets Tokyo Taxis


UN: Rich Countries Will Suffer Unless They Help Poor on Climate Change


Global Warming, California, and What a 1-Degree Temperature Increase Means for Wildfires


Social Capital Markets 2009: Investing at the Intersection of Public Good & Market Discipline


China Gradually Improves Environmental Transparency


California Proposes Auction to Boost Solar Energy


The Cruel Cost of Clunkers


Growth in Wind Power Gets Boost From Change in Subsidies


The Rights of Future Generations


The Beauty of 10:10 Is That It's Both Achievable and Meaningful


The Rhetoric Gap: Can Obama Give 'em Hell (and High Water) Before It's Too Late?


A Poor Measure of Poverty


New Innovation Makes Vaccines More Resilient


The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind


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