The world's biggest economy and the world's second largest carbon polluter has upped the ante.
Both sides should uphold the dialogues and do whatever it takes to avoid exerting pressure on the other through mudslinging in the media.
Top officials from the U.S. and China met to discuss domestic and international issues in the U.S.-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue. However, the meeting concluded without any notable progress made on issues surrounding China’s actions in cyberspace and at sea.
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California has entered its fourth year without rain. According to climate specialists, it is the worst drought the region has experienced in several hundred years.
Why are the trendy of New York fleeing to Los Angeles? This city has never been this polluted, the water shortage is hitting California hard, and shale gas is spreading its harmful effects as far as America’s organic kitchen gardens.
For weeks, I have been focusing on the drought in California and the measures [Read more]
The battle that is currently being waged in California over water distribution is a good illustration of what these upcoming battles might be like in a climate change scenario.
The recent decision of the Obama administration allowing the resumption of oil drilling in the Arctic by Shell, after a long six-year process of going back and forth, is an absolutely unnecessary risk.