CANCÚN, MEXICO — There are rumblings around Cancún that China may be willing to legally commit to its domestic cuts in carbon emissions. Negotiators, ministers and world leaders are currently in the second week of talks at the Conference of the Parties of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP 16).
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CANCÚN, MEXICO — As the second week of climate negotiations begins, the Mexican government is preparing for the arrival of ministers and world leaders–and hoping to head-off the same chaos that broke apart last year’s talks in Copenhagen.
What would happen if the United Nations hosted a climate change conference and nobody came? Does an iceberg crumbling into the ocean make a sound if there is no one there to hear it?
Well, there are plenty of…
Colorado climate-change activists will converge on the west steps of the state capitol building in Denver Wednesday evening in conjunction with a national demonstration in Washington D.C. aimed at urging President Barack Obama to take a stronger leadership role heading…
Former U.S. Sen. Gary Hart, now a Wirth Chair professor at the University of Colorado-Denver, is part of a group of climate change policy experts urging President Barack Obama to act aggressively on the issue in the wake of the U.S. Senate giving up on passing a comprehensive climate change bill this session.