Global Warming

The High Cost of Climate Change: A Warning to Businesses, Investors, and Homeowners

"Risky Business," a new report led by Mike Bloomberg and Henry Paulson, aims to frame climate change in economic terms. Will it make Americans care more about the issue?

(Justmeans/3BL Media) -- So much of how climate change is reported on and understood is through numbers. Here are a few.

Honda Unveils Smart Home US for Zero Carbon Living and Mobility

Honda's ultra-efficient, carbon neutral smart home is capable of producing more energy on-site from renewable sources than it consumes annually—and it comes with a specially modified Honda Fit electric vehicle

C4C at COP18: The Role of Business in the Global Climate Fight

viewimageaspxThe signatories of Caring for Climate, the UN climate action platform for business, met in Doha. Now the real work begins

PACE-setter by the Bay: San Francisco's Buildings to Consume Less Energy

800px-san_francisco_at_sunsetArmed with a new green financing program, America's 14th largest city makes a bid to become the home of the nation's most energy efficient buildings

Caveat Venditor: Armed with Companies' Climate Scores, Consumers Wield Influence

800px-if_the_climate_were_a_bank_it_would_have_been_savedClimate Counts has a simple, yet powerful message: "Everyday consumers can be the most important activists in the fight against global warming." And now, with their new open API, developers can get in on the action

Funding the Global Warming Ceiling: An Urgent Call for Sustainable Finance

4028688322_e612b705cb_oKeeping the global 21st-century temperature rise under 2 degrees Celsius will require massive sustainable investments from the public and private sectors

World's Largest Development Banks to Invest $175 Billion in Sustainable Transport

shanghai_transrapid_002By 2050, there will be more than 9 billion people on the planet. And most of them will be driving cars. That's not a good thing

New Jersey and RGGI, Perfect Together: Too Bad Governor Christie Doesn't Think So

Governor Chris Christie at a town hall in Hillsborough, New Jersey, March 2, 2011The New Jersey governor has unilaterally pulled out of the region's cap-and-trade program. Now two environmental groups are suing him

Carbon for Water: A New Sustainable Finance Model Saves Lives and the Environment

800px-oxfam_east_africa_-_muddy_waterAn innovative carbon finance scheme tackles several issues at once: climate change, deforestation, poverty, disease and lack of clean water

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