Tag: Hillary Clinton

Bridging the Gulf Between the Yangtze and Mississippi Rivers

Written by | May 21st, 2012

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The Mississippi and Yangtze rivers now have more in common than you might think. Charles Bedford explains how a new partnership is connecting China and the U.S.

The Latest from Copenhagen

Written by | December 20th, 2009

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Nature Conservancy policy analysts and scientists are at the UN climate summit in Copenhagen for the next two weeks — and are reporting the latest developments here on Cool Green Science. Click through and then scroll down to read these late-breaking reports and more: Saturday, December 19, 2009, 12:55 PM: Copenhagen Accord Results in a […]

Cool Green Morning: Monday, July 20

Written by | July 20th, 2009

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Great — just how I like to start my Monday morning: With a miles-long blob of black goo. See video of this strange phenomenon above, and look below for more info (and some other and decidedly greener links) in this edition of Coolness: A 12-15 mile long mass of heretofore unknown black algae has been […]

Did Hillary Clinton Set the Stage for Climate Progress?

Written by | February 24th, 2009

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This past week, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton met with China’s Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi along with President Hu Jintao and others. As these meetings were part of her first overseas trip as secretary, their significance is huge in so many ways — but in particular because climate change was prominently on the agenda. Granted […]

Cool Green Morning: Friday, Feb. 13

Written by | February 13th, 2009

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Long weekend, and maybe you’ll hit the mall, and maybe that’s not such an eco-crime after all. Read below to learn more — and all the green online news that’s fit to print. (And could you pick up some socks for us while you’re there?) But the UPS Driver is So Cute: Which is greener: […]

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