A Green Dream Deferred
A Green Dream Deferred
Modi Snubs Global Climate Treaty Movement

India’s insistence on its right to grow may be the biggest obstacle for Global Climate Treaty negotiations later this year.

A Green Dream Deferred
Britain’s Bursting Green Jobs Bubble

Green jobs aren’t appearing in Britain, just as they have failed to take off in America.

A Green Dream Deferred
Who Wants to Attend a Climate Summit? Anyone? Anyone?

Only 50 climate ministers bothered to show up to this week’s conference in Bonn, down from the 130 who attended last year’s event in Warsaw. The momentum behind the Global Climate Treaty is stalling.

A Green Dream Deferred
EU: Maybe Canada’s Tar Sands Crude Isn’t So Bad After All

The EU may be giving up on its plan to snub Canada’s dirty tar sands crude. A pushy Putin may have something to do with that.

A Green Dream Deferred
Scientists Agree: Wood Isn’t the Green Fuel of the Future

A group of scientists recently urged the UK energy secretary to cut subsidies for biomass energy. Harnessing biomass energy is a nice way of saying burning wood, and the scientists say it’s not as green an energy source as many in Europe claim.

A Green Dream Deferred
Too Much of a Bad Thing

Europe’s green energy policies have sent its electricity prices sky-high, and in doing so are threatening the continent’s competitiveness on the world stage. The Gray Lady’s solution? Have the rest of the world pay higher prices, too.

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