The latest news on global warming
A report by the ecofriendly World Resources Institute threatens to undermine claims of congressional Democrats that boosting fuel efficiency standards for cars is a critical step in the fight to curb global warming.
A recall announced yesterday for a common children's vaccine alarmed parents, but officials said there is no need to worry. Drugmaker Merck & Co. recalled doses of a vaccine against Hib, which causes meningitis and pneumonia, and a combination vaccine for Hib and hepatitis B. The doses were recalled after the drug company discovered sterility problems at a Pennsylvania production plant. Merck supplies about half the nation's annual supply of the Hib vaccine.
After years of saying U.S. involvement in a mandatory global greenhouse reduction plan is contingent upon participation by China and other developing nations, the Bush administration is now rejecting such proposals, according to environmental leaders observing Bali's climate change conference.
Former Vice President Al Gore received the Nobel Peace Prize he shares with the U.N. climate panel this morning in Oslo. In accepting the prize, he warned of the "mutually assured destruction" climate change would cause.
Scientists provided the most comprehensive picture yet of the dark reaches of a termite’s plumbing.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce has fired what it calls the "opening salvo" in the fight against the Warner-Lieberman climate bill.
Nations answer the bell for the next global-warming slugfest
European leaders see the issue as universal; why can't our president?
This looks like a defining moment for action on the environment and energy supply.
Far afield of mainstream thinking, Bush ignores the science at the environment's peril.