The direction of the U.S. Climate Change Science Program (CCSP) likely will become clearer at the end of February 2007.
When covering the climate change implications of specific major deals: Who funds these projects, and how does climate change factor into their calculations, projections, and decisions?
As the climate change story heats up, environmental reporters across the country (not merely at national media) may find themselves writing about global warming.
The latest update of scientific consensus on climate change - to be released Friday, Feb. 2, 2007, is said to present "smoking gun" evidence that global warming is happening now and that human emissions of greenhouse gases like carbon dioxide (CO2) are causing it.
With climate change continuing to grow in news prominence, it'll be helpful to have access to the latest developments.
Business/finance stories are spilling over onto the environment beat, and vice versa, as the potential impacts of climate change become more tangible and costly.
As many experts have predicted, global warming won't occur uniformly, in time or space.
Energy issues and policy north of the US border are heating up in intriguing ways, with potentially significant effects throughout North America.
When considering the impact of transportation on the environment, most people think of cars. However, air travel is gaining increasing scrutiny as a climate change culprit.
Big banks take greenhouse gas emissions into account when assessing risks of financing power plants