Asia South and East
Montgomery Panel Passes Redevelopment Plan
A New Enforcer in Buildings, the Energy Inspector
Questioning the direction of transportation policy
A Mideast Pipe Dream
Media ponder 'energy chess game'
Feed-in tariffs grow green power but may fall victim to energy politics, German-style
Germany at a more real climate crossroads
Deep in bedrock, clean energy and quake fears
Improving power in rural China
As Iraq runs dry, a plague of snakes is unleashed
African farms becoming too hot to handle
Warming may outstrip Africa's ability to feed itself
Climate change hits China's 'poor hardest'
Learning to live with climate change will not be enough
Water stress, ocean levels to unleash 'climate exodus'
Hotter planet means more underweight babies
Large area of Africa vulnerable to climate change
Captured on camera: 50 years of climate change in the Himalayas
China alone could bring world to brink of climate calamity, claims US official
Do exports of water-intensive crops hurt drought-prone California?
India: Farm suicides turn children into farmers
Canada: Putting food on the table produces greenhouse gases
Biochar newsletter for June
John La Grou plugs smart power outlets (video)
Jeff Vail: The renewables hump 4: EROEI issues
Google closing in on cheap renewable energy
China launches green power revolution to catch up on west
Krugman: Empire of carbon (China)
Saudi must rein in soaring power consumption
Thriving Norway provides an economics lesson
Australia delays carbon trading scheme until 2011
A fascinating update on how things are going in Japan.
Incendiary graphic from the The Lancet shows who causes climate change (the North) and who will suffer (Africa and South Asia).