We must prepare to face a period of extreme climatic anomalies and phenomena that will cause severe damage.
Washington will provide the power to lead the world backward.
There is no doubt that the United States' leadership in the fight against climate change is behind us.
If we make too many concessions to the U.S. ... it could become a weak, “toothless” law.
“What’s good for GM is good for America,” is the twisted phrase of Charles E. Wilson, whom Dwight D. Eisenhower nominated as defense secretary in 1953.*
Before that, as you might guess, he’d been general director of General Motors, the largest automobile maker, from its founding in 1908 until its bankruptcy [Read more]
According to reports, on Sept. 25 President Xi Jinping and U.S. President Barack Obama together issued a U.S.-China Joint Presidential Statement on Climate Change from Washington, D.C. As a continuation of the historic U.S.-China Joint Announcement on Climate Change from November 2014, the statement adds a “second [Read more]
<i>The U.S. and China, two countries with the highest level of greenhouse gas emissions, have agreed to cut back on pollution.</i>
The presidents of China and the U.S., two countries with the highest level of greenhouse emissions, have reached a historic agreement in Beijing. They have pledged to cut back. It should [Read more]
Together, the U.S. and China are responsible for 40 percent of global emissions; curbing global warming depends on their determination and action.
The China-U.S. agreement to cut its emissions could galvanize efforts to reach a new global accord against climate change.