The latest news on greenhouse gases
New estimates about methane leakages add more complexity to the fracking debate.
The design of the European Trading System was deeply flawed.
The natural gas craze is helping lower greenhouse gas emissions.
Cutting down greenhouse gas emissions in developing nations using the Clean Development Mechanism is bedeviled by a host of problems.
COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) — Debt-ridden Spain and Italy could hinder the European Union from achieving its goal of cutting greenhouse emissions under an international climate pact, the EU's environmental agency said Wednesday.
Solar power is not a viable alternative to fossil fuel.
Recent reports on the current status of the EU’s cap-and-trade program should instill concern rather than confidence amongst Americans.
Law would require automakers to cut emissions by 75 percent.
Carbon dioxide, the main greenhouse gas, rose by 2.3 parts per million to 389 ppm in 2010.
Fossilized clams call into question contemporary theories about global warming.