Emissions fears grow as Indian car sales rise
Vehicles in India released 219 million tonnes of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere in 2005 and experts predict this figure will jump almost seven-fold to 1,470 tonnes by 2035 if car travel remains unchecked
Bolivias climate change summit a yawn for Latin American media
Bolivia hosted a major climate change summit this week, but it was hard to tell that from the headlines of Latin America's major media. The four-day event, the People's World Conference on Climate Change and the Rights of Mother Earth, hosted by Bolivian P
Could global warming trigger geological disasters?
Could climate change be triggering more geological activity? In an article this week in the Guardian, British scientists say changes in glacier melt, snowfall and storms might redistribute enough weight on the earth's surface to potentially trigger geologi
Indigenous people take on the climate crisis in Cochabamba
Four months after world leaders who gathered in frigid Copenhagen failed to agree on a binding climate treaty, a peoples' summit on climate change and the rights of Mother Earth is underway in the sun-dappled hills of Cochabamba, Bolivia. Convened by Boliv