Keith Schneider: Climate Treaty Will Come After COP15

It’s been 30 years since scientists first gained a clear understanding of the dangerous consequences of continuously adding more carbon dioxide to the atmosphere. This week during the five days of negotiations in Barcelona the world learned again that the formula for solving global warming is a diplomatic chemistry problem that still defies a solution.

Delegates Seek More Definition, Much More, in Barcelona Climate Talks

Circle of Blue's senior editor, Keith Schneider, lays the backdrop for the climate negotiations, highlighting the United States' shortfalls.

Climate Change Burden-Sharing Must Not Compromise Developing World’s Growth, India’s PM

Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh with Barack Obama earlier this year.Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said that developing countries will not compromise their financial growth for climate change, and that, instead, rich countries need to ensure access to clean technologies.