Today, fifty-six newspapers from around the world took the unusual step of publishing the very same thing--an editorial
below, which calls for a "fair and effective deal" from the Copenhagen summit on climate change.
Why all the normal political calculations are likely to prove disastrous in Copenhagen.
As Copenhagen kicks off, pressing questions about emissions cuts and financing for poor countries to deal with climate change are already on the table.
The most important international summit in history? Given what latest scientific reports tell us about the quickening pace of global warming, the sense of urgency driving attention to the Copenhagen summit is warranted.
Congress is finally ready to address climate change--but the American public seems headed in the opposite direction.
Kushner speculates on why it's so hard as an artist to write meaningfully about climate change--and why policy change has come so slowly.
Because no one is responding to his more rational pleas, Al Gore has some new, creative ideas that might finally elicit a response.
Will carbon capture and sequestration help us avoid runaway climate change?
Poor countries can make big gains in climate talks if they stick together, argues Saleemul Huq.
In Our Choice, Al Gore explains what must be done. But is there the political will to do it?