Ten months ago, the United States told the world it was ready to do something about climate change. Enough talk. Time to act.
Articles: US climate change policy (6)
A new Harvard University study finds that world methane emissions have recently spiked, and that the US appears to be the site of most of the increase.
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The two countries I know best are India and the US. I spent the first 22 years of my life in the former, and the following 24 in the latter, where I continue to live. Recently I returned home, after spending three months in India. The combination of what I saw there in plain view, and …
Nader on Senate’s Climate Stance, "Insanity" of U.S. Nukes, & Why Obama’s Min. Wage Hike Falls Short
"It’s not worth the risk in order just to boil water. That’s what the nuclear plants are all built for."
The USA’s Secretary of Energy, the Nobel Prizewinner Steven Chu, has decided to leave Washington and return to California. His thoughts about his past four years as Secretary of Energy were given in a letter to the employees of the Department of Energy. Before we look a little more closely …