Despite numerous efforts to improve the environment, overall, things just spiraled further out of control as humans were unable to change their consumeristic ways.
Don't believe the cynics -- we'll get climate change targets after U.S. tosses Bush.
Ten years after Kyoto, the biggest changes are happening on a small scale -- here are several Northeast Florida residents who've made the important, meaningful and often surprisingly easy decision to go green.
Ross Clark is the man whose job it is to reduce Santa Cruz's carbon footprint.
Pasadena is reaching to achieve Kyoto environmental protections and beyond, but there's much work left to be done.
When Arnold Schwarzenegger feels guilty about his carbon footprint, he throws money at a patch of California redwoods.
No one except the radical ear-plugging lunatic fringe denies that we're messing up the world in a potentially cataclysmic fashion. The question is whether we'll have the intelligence and fortitude to do anything about it. And though we're just a tiny little county situated on the unimportant end of California, with not much influence anywhere to speak of, we have reason to be proud.
Sterling College's Center for Northern Studies talks tundra in a warming world.
If we did our part to slow climate change, maybe Georgia would become a nicer place to live.
A faith-based call for environmental stewardship.
The push to do something about global warming starts at the bottom.
Anniversaries offer us the opportunity for reflection on the past and a re-commitment to the future. Let's hope that this Dec 11, the 10th anniversary of the day the international community reached agreement on the Kyoto Protocol, does the same for the nations of the world as they meet in Bali to create the framework for the next phase of global action on climate change.
California State University-Monterey Bay and Monterey Institute of International Studies pledge to teach sustainability.
Local governments in California are taking the global warming fight in their own hands.