A recent survey conducted by Insightrix Research, Inc. has found that only 2% of Canadians believe climate change is not taking place.
The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has released its 17th annual greenhouse gas inventory, and the results are concerning, especially for climate scientists that are clamouring for a reduction in carbon emissions.
This week, Los Angeles, a member of the C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group, announced a new program that will help the city’s commercial building owners cut energy use and thus reduce the greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions that are contributing to global warming and climate change.
The University of California at Davis (UC Davis) plans to build America’s biggest zero net energy community and have it ready for initial occupancy adjacent to its core campus by this fall.
The latest data from the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Agency's (NOAA) Earth Systems Research Laboratory shows that carbon dioxide levels have reached the highest the laboratory has ever recorded in its 50 year history.
With the fossil fuels era winding down, renewable energy sources—like solar, wind, geothermal and hydro—could supply nearly 80 percent of the world's power needs by 2050, ultimately cutting greenhouse gas emissions and halting climate change, according to a United Nations panel of 120 researchers. The UN has long called for a public policy push toward cleaner energy alternatives.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, or EPA, released its national greenhouse gas (GHG) inventory on Monday, April 18, 2011 showing that overall emissions during 2009 decreased by 6.1 percent.
As representatives from 190 countries meet in Bangkok for the first of three United Nations climate change conferences aimed at fine tuning an international agreement to cut carbon emissions, Saudi Arabia, the world's largest oil-producing nation, is already making plans to do its part.