Why Durban Deal Is Not Enough to Fight Climate Change

Climate experts say governments have to announce ambitious targets to curb emissions
by Oana Grigoras, December 12th, 2011
 

Polluted South Durban Smells Bad

South Africa is exposed to outdoor pollution, smelling like 'cat wee and rotten eggs'
by Oana Grigoras, December 6th, 2011
 

Dirty Coal Business Continues to Flourish in South Africa

The host of the climate change summit is far from displaying an eco-conscious attitude
by Oana Grigoras, November 30th, 2011
 

Canada to Tackle Climate Change on Its Own

Canada's Minister of the Environment might opt for voluntary environmental pledges
by Oana Grigoras, November 30th, 2011
 

Poor Nations Could Starve Waiting for Climate Deal

Wealthy countries have to agree on how to provide financial support to poor nations
by Oana Grigoras, November 29th, 2011
Pope Keeping His Fingers Crossed for Climate Deal

Pope Keeping His Fingers Crossed for Climate Deal

by Oana Grigoras, November 28th, 2011
Pope Benedict XVI has faith in a responsible climate deal in Durban, South Africa
 

Aid Packages from Wealthy Nations Hide 'Threats and Bribery'

Report suggests wealthy nations plan to 'bully' developing countries on climate talk
by Oana Grigoras, November 28th, 2011
 

Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reach New Alarming Record

Officials have 5 days left to figure out how to handle GHG issue until Durban conference
by Oana Grigoras, November 22nd, 2011
 

Coal-Burning Processes Remain a Dirty, Profitable Business

While experts say coal usage will rise to 35%, everybody questions the climate deal
by Oana Grigoras, November 1st, 2011
 

Airline Companies Plan to Reduce CO2 Footprint by 50% Until 2050

This achievement depends on biofuel's growth and is supported by EU “Aviation Amendments”
by Oana Grigoras, October 28th, 2011