IN TODAY'S RADIO REPORT: Major new international agreement to phase out refrigerants (HFCs); First-ever international agreement
World leaders are gathering this weekend in Kigali, Rwanda to make the biggest climate decision since December's historic Paris Climate Agreement.
The New York Times, "Fresh Start for a Critical Relationship" (10 June 2013) The Montreal Protocol is a treaty that has never
Major companies and subnational governments show their support for an aggressive Montreal Protocol agreement. More than 500
October will be the time to make a decision that reverberates for generations to come.
An agreement to reduce HFC use would be the biggest single measure to curb climate change since governments adopted the Paris
The loss of the reflective Arctic sea ice is a case in point. As white Arctic ice is replaced by darker water, less solar
India and the United States strengthened their commitments to strong climate action today - particularly on the supercharged climate pollutants known as hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs).
In their May 27th declaration, the leaders of the G7 commit for the first time to cutting near-term warming by phasing down short-lived super pollutants black carbon, methane, and HFCs.
There'll be a couple of bears in the room when the leaders of the five Nordic nations meet President Obama at the White House tomorrow. One is Russian aggression, and how to curb it. The other menace is less publicized, but even more formidable -- climate change.