Argentina's capital, Buenos Aires, has seen snow for the first time in 89 years, as a cold snap continues to grip several South American nations.
The international environmental group, Greenpeace, is facing allegations that it disseminated wrong information about a port project in eastern India.
The hurricane season of 2005 was a global warmers’ dream come true, but the Atlantic hurricane season of 2006 was a monumental dud.
It is past time for those who have deceived governments and misled the public regarding dangerous human-caused global warming to be called to account.
This week's prize for honest liberalism goes to Michigan's John Dingell, who is having fun with his fellow Democrats while also making a useful point about the politics of global warming. The venerable Chairman of the House Energy and Commerce Committee–first elected in 1955–has announced that he plans to introduce as early as this week a new tax… Read More »
The American scientific establishment is starting to take baby steps away from taking sides in the politics of global warming
If you are trying to whip up fears about global warming, cold weather does tend to dampen enthusiasm.
Southern Greenland ice cap is more stable than previously thought.
The extreme environmental community forked over a hefty wad of cash last year to help put Democrats in the majority.