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A 'prediction market' is betting on the outcome of Copenhagen. Here are 4 experts making their own predictions for COP15.
Energy companies figure out ways to make less pollution, yet not all states are taking part.
Better for your business,better for the planet
Infrared telescope to survey the entire heavens, scan for asteroids.
Two space probes scan the universe for signs of planets that could support life.
Canada does an about-face on its climate target (if only) and the G77 suspends talks.
Corporations, nonprofits and 100,000 protestors try to make sense of the Copenhagen climate talks.
The Association of Island Nations (AOSIS) makes big waves at COP15 by releasing a draft treaty based on 350 PPM.
The 'Fossil of the Day' awards the worst behaved countries at the Copenhagen climate talks.
Tensions seem to be brewing in and around the Bella Center on Day 4 of the Copenhagen climate talks.
As scientists rule out competing theories, the case for life on the red planet grows stronger.
Spectacular display turns out to be a failed Russian submarine missile.
Sustainable Health Enterprises, or SHE, teaches African women how to make their own maxi pads so they don't miss school or work every 28 days.
Leader of G77 sheds tears over leaked 'Danish text,' Naomi Klein says to give up hope, and 'Hitler Youth' disturb climate skeptics.
New companies see productive job skills in those with the developmental spectrum disorder.
Day 2 on the floor of the Bella Center -- protesting trees and the latest climate pledges.
New York Times contributor blogs about green transportation.
Sustainability author covers the latest in green innovation.