Data you can dread — and dance to: the Keeling Curve.
By John Ryan, KUOW Public Radio
The carbon intensity of many economies continues to fall. But don’t be fooled. Economic growth does affect CO2 emissions.
By Robert Stavins
The International Energy Agency announced today that, for the first time in 40 years, carbon dioxide emissions flatlined despite global economy growth.
By Anna Sillers
WASHINGTON — When Republicans take control of Congress next month, top on their agenda will be undoing environmental regulations they claim will harm the economy, chief among them President Barack Obama's plans to limit heat-trapping carbon pollution from coal-fired power…
By Dina Cappiello, Associated Press
In a defeat for the Bush administration, the Supreme Court ruled Monday that the Environmental Protection Agency can regulate carbon dioxide emissions from cars under the Clean Air Act.
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