December 14, 2015 — India still plans to double coal output by 2020 and rely on the resource for decades afterwards, a senior official said on Monday, days after rich and poor countries agreed in Paris to curb carbon emissions blamed for global warming.
December 14, 2015 — Now that the handshakes, back slapping and self-congratulatory addresses are over, the cold hard reality of what wasn’t achieved at the Paris Climate Change Conference is setting in. Continue reading The Paris Climate Change Agreement Is a Huge Disappointment
December 10, 2015 — Negotiators from around the world are gathered in Paris with hopes of concluding a new climate change agreement tomorrow or maybe Saturday if the talks go in to overtime. Continue reading 5 Past Mistakes the 2015 Paris Agreement Needs to Fix
LE BOURGET, France (Dec. 10, 2015) — The United States said Wednesday, December 9, it had united with the European Union and 79 developing countries to jointly push for an ambitious accord in Paris to curb global warming.
LE BOURGET, France (Dec. 9, 2015) — Cities are highly concentrated with people, cars, and buildings. Cities are busy with activities that need a lot of energy and therefore use more fossil fuel compared to rural areas.