Japan’s announcement last week that it would not renew its commitment to the Kyoto Protocol does not necessarily kill the international climate negotiations, argues Andrew Light.
Report The Alliance for Climate Protection and the Center for American Progress lay out an agenda for boosting U.S. leadership in financing clean energy projects worldwide.
Current national pledges for climate action under the Copenhagen Accord are stronger than ever, writes Andrew Light. But national policies are still in search of an international framework to make them reliable.
Our new report demonstrates the possible gains from clean energy investments in developing countries mobilized by public and private capital.
The United States and the U.N. Foundation launched a new initiative Tuesday that brings together the win-win solutions needed to improve health and fight carbon pollution, write Arpita Bhattacharyya and Andrew Light.
President Obama codifies the Interagency Ocean Policy Task Force recommendations, taking a big step to preserve our oceans, write Laura Cantral and Andrew Light.
The American Power Act will prevent climate change and help usher in the clean energy economy, say Richard W. Caperton and Andrew Light.
A recent survey demonstrates that many forecasters embrace their role as informal science educators. Edward Maibach and Andrew Light say it's an opportunity to boost public understanding of global warming.
Interactive Interactive map from Andrew Light and Sean Pool shows that 110 countries now support a new global effort to achieve climate safety.
Report Kari Manlove, Andrew Light, Kate Gordon, and Richard Caperton on how to ensure multilateral development banks finance clean and renewable energy projects to combat global warming.
Rebecca Lefton, Andrew Light, and Daniel J. Weiss on what you need to know following the United Nations International Climate Change Summit.
If Copenhagen fails, blame the process and not the parties, says Andrew Light from the front lines of the conference.
Up until the wee hours of this morning, the consensus view was that this meeting was about to fall apart completely. Some of the most trusted environmental journalists I know, who have the most astute anti-“sky is falling” meters in the business were saying it, so everyone was saying it.