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Danes Propose Emissions Goals


Copenhagen conference: The view from America


Spencer Weart on Climate Science and Its Skeptics


Does Climate Change Cause Armed Conflict?


Alex Steffen on Live From the Left Coast


Lancet Study: We Must Reduce Auto Dependency


The Effects of Climate Change: Stories from Around the World


Major Health Benefits Seen From Reduction of Greenhouse Gases


Bas Princen, Mokattam Ridge (Garbage City)


How Cap-and-Trade Markets Work for Acid Rain and Smog


New Report: U.S. Road Funding From Non-Road Users Doubled in 25 Years


Dispelling Myths About India and Climate Change


Everyday People Making a Difference Honored on CNN


Unwritten Stories Reveal New Climate Scandal!


Researchers Develop Machine To Recycle Carbon Dioxide Into Fuel


Gaming the Future and Getting it Right: an Interview with Dr. John Robinson


US Will Announce Target for Cutting Carbon Emissions Before Copenhagen


Eyes on the Street: Bigger Sidewalks, Better Bike Lanes, Safer Streets


The Copenhagen Diagnosis: Sobering Update on the Science


Keeping PACE With Energy Efficiencies


Spacehack: Open Source Astronomy for All


Feedforward. The Angel of History. Part 2: Globalization and Agency


Emergency Rainforest Fund Created by Prince Charles and 35 Nations


Giving Thanks for All We Share


As U.S. Climate Bill Stalls, Global Treaty Languishes


Using Enzymes From Termites to Make Biofuel From Plants and Wood Waste


Oceans’ Ability To Absorb CO2 May Be Diminishing, New Study Says


Companies Increase Commitment To Tackling Climate Issues, Report Says


A Womb of One's Own


How Carbon Markets Work in Europe


Will Women's Voices be Heard in Copenhagen?


Norway to Help Protect Guyana's Forests


With Copenhagen Pact Stalled, Leaders Look for Climate Treaty in 2010


Feedforward. The Angle of History. Part 1: Wreckage and Countermeasures


"Building Cities Shouldn't be a Partisan Issue"


U.S. and China Announce "Positive, Cooperative and Comprehensive" Plan for Collaboration on Clean Energy and Climate Change


The Fire this Time: Copenhagen and the War for the Future


Dutch Cabinet Okays Tax Based on Miles Driven by Motorists


Straight Talk for the Planetary Era: A Trio of Book Reviews


Graphic Series: Earthly Ideas, CCS


Urban Forests Key to International Climate Responses


World Leaders say Copenhagen to be a Steppingstone to Final Climate Deal


Pervasive Plastics: Why the U.S. Needs New and Tighter Controls


Interview With Gregory Greene, Documentary Filmmaker


Book Review - Art and Electronic Media


Are Livestock Responsible for 51% of Greenhouse Gas Emissions?


North American Governments Agree to Protect Wilderness


Mark Amerika retrospective at the National Museum of Contemporary Art in Athens


How Green Could Our Cities Be?


How Carbon Markets Work in the Northeastern US


Graphic Series: Earthly Ideas, Non-material Gifts


Editing the Shadow Volume


Alex Steffen at Town Hall Seattle Nov 11 & 12


East of Nowhere - Contemporary Art From Post-Soviet Central Asia


Brazil Pledges Deep Emission Cuts in 'Political Gesture' to Rich Nations


Yangtze Delta Warned to Prepare for Effects of Climate Change


Nike and Pop!Tech Team Up to Find New Low-Impact Materials


The Pursuit of New Ways to Boost Solar Development


Australia Invests in World's First Utility-Scale Wave Power Project


Aid Groups, Farmers Collaborate to Re-Green Sahel


Climate Success in Copenhagen


Lifting the Lid on Climate Change Talks


Fairtrade is the Best Hope for India's Tea Producers


How Real is Our Ability to Control the Weather?


Walk Score Adds Transit


Interview with Rajendra Pachauri: Amid Mounting Pessimism A Voice of Hope for Copenhagen


New Study: Changes to Economic Policy Necessary for Switch to Low-Carbon Economy


The Future of Environmental Law Mapping


Smart, Cheap Stormwater Fixes


CFCM Show and Tell: Making Change


Buffett's Bet on Rail: What Does It Mean for Transport and Energy?


Gaming Cap and Trade: Should We Worry?


Population control is not what makes climate change a feminist issue


U.S. Comes Under Pressure in Final Session Before Copenhagen Summit


Threatened Voices: An Interactive Map


Climate Prosperity: Building a Worldwide Clean Economy


When Green Isn't Green Enough: UC Observer Interviews Alex on the State of the Movement


Nearly 200 Organizations and Companies Urge Senate to Adopt Key Energy-Efficiency Provision in Climate Bill


Hossein Derakhshan, Now Detained for Over a Year


Changing a City: Inside Portland's 80 Percent by 2050 Target


"Reverse Trick-or-Treaters" Deliver Fair Trade Chocolate


Small Deposits Add Up: Savings, not just loans, factor into microfinance formula


Vancouver Bridge Bike Lane a Success


Car-free cities: an idea with legs


The must-read solutions book -- Our Choice: A Plan to Solve the Climate Crisis by Al Gore


Coping With Climate Change: Which Societies Will Do Best?


The Cleantech Revolution Sweeps Through America


High Entropy? Moi?


Wanted: Smart Workers for Smart Grid


The Revolution Will Not Be Hand-Made: A Quick Sunday-Morning Rant


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