Author

 
Suzanne Goldenberg

Suzanne Goldenberg

    Hiccup for Hillary as cracks show
    Hiccup for Hillary as cracks show
    She may seem the most electable Democratic hopeful, but can voters be persuaded to trust her?
    US Republicans feel the rising heat
    US Republicans feel the rising heat
    Some climate change deniers in the United States Senate have realised they are increasingly out of step with the public.
    Wall Street Journal slated for climate change stance
    Wall Street Journal slated for climate change stance
    Leading scientists have complained that a Wall Street Journal article disputing climate change is akin to "dentists practising cardiology".
    Obama rescues the Grand Canyon
    Obama rescues the Grand Canyon
    Environmental groups have praised US President Barack Obama's move to limit uranium mining near one of the world's natural wonders, the Grand Canyon.
    Climate change sparks urgent call to end Canada seal hunt
    Climate change sparks urgent call to end Canada seal hunt
    Scientists are urging Canada to end its commercial seal hunt after declining ice cover from climate change sends death rates among seal pups soaring.
    Conservation efforts 'protect less than 1% of shark species'
    Conservation efforts 'protect less than 1% of shark species'
    An Oceana report says most shark species are heading towards extinction, while many are still being caught and killed.
    HIV/Aids vs family planning
    HIV/Aids vs family planning
    The international community has "made a mistake" with the intensity of its focus on the global HIV/Aids epidemic and lost ground on family planning.
    EU firm on airline carbon tax
    EU firm on airline carbon tax
    United States airlines are wrong to think that they can force the European Union to back down on plans to make carriers pay for emitting carbon.
    Himalayas in danger of becoming a giant rubbish dump
    Himalayas in danger of becoming a giant rubbish dump
    Nepal wants to lift itself out of poverty by expanding its tourism industry but there is no strategy for waste disposal
    Empire State goes green
    Empire State goes green
    The Empire State Building announced it would meet all its electricity need with wind power.
    Energy tsar bows out
    Energy tsar bows out
    The White House energy and climate adviser is due to step down in the next few weeks, a departure seen as a collapse.