The resolute decision by the presidents of the United States and China to lead the global effort toward attenuating global warming caused by climate change is one of the decisive and successful measures of the Paris Agreement: to get the planet’s most polluting nations involved.
Last Saturday, Barack Obama and Xi [Read more]
By choosing the governor of Indiana as a vice presidential candidate, Trump has not only chosen a conservative, he has chosen a particularly extreme one.
The Republican candidate’s promise primarily sends a political message.
According to public opinion surveys, 76 percent of the population is now convinced that climate change is real and is a danger.
'Yes, effective climate protection is important, but it is going to cost you something.' Whoever is serious about the fight against climate change should begin every speech with this sentence.
Industrial development cannot return to its past state, and climate is always changing, so the best remedy is early adaptation.
Conflict between the U.S. and China can have global economic repercussions.
[I]t goes without saying that the United States was the main emitter of greenhouse gases into the earth’s atmosphere for decades, and is, for that reason, the principal country responsible for global warming.
<i>Barack Obama cannot convince the Republicans that the time is due for an energy revolution. Nevertheless, Obama is helping in this time of harsh economic reality.</i>
“Coal. Guns. Freedom.” That was the slogan with which the Republican Mitch McConnell was elected to be senator in his state of Kentucky. The [Read more]
The world's biggest economy and the world's second largest carbon polluter has upped the ante.