Governor Schwarzenegger and the leaders of state and provincial governments from all over the world have signed two landmark agreements on climate change at a conference at UC Davis, as the governor lays the groundwork for his future as an international environmental leader.
Dire messages about global warming could backfire and actually increase skepticism about climate change among the general public, according to a new study by a University of California at Berkeley social psychologist.
In a move that was widely seen as a stepping stone for his next role, Gov. Schwarzenegger on Monday hosted his third and final Climate Change Summit at UC Davis.
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger is seizing on the defeat of an oil-industry attempt to derail California’s landmark global warming law.
A ballot initiative primarily funded by Texas oil companies seeking to suspend California’s landmark climate law has failed.
With just days before the big election, some college students in Silicon Valley are finding creative ways to influence voters, and Thursday’s Prop 23 “zombie march,” was a case-in-point.
The campaign against Proposition 23 — the ballot initiative that would push back California’s landmark global warming law — is getting another big financial boost from a high-tech billionaire.
San Francisco is not currently known for extreme heat, but climate change could change that in the future.
Movie director James Cameron is pledging to donate $1 million to fight Proposition 23, the ballot measure that would suspend California’s landmark global warming law.
The conservative American Enterprise Institute and the liberal Brookings Institution are releasing a joint proposal aimed at increasing federal spending on clean energy innovation.