EDF’s Climate Talks Blog is Moving

For the past decade, EDF’s Climate Talks blog has shared expert analysis on global climate issues from EDF’s economists, scientists, attorneys and policy specialists, while our sister blog has done the same for U.S. climate issues.

Yet climate change is a challenge that transcends borders, and the line between what constitutes a “U.S.” climate issue versus a “global” one is growing increasingly blurry – particularly in the age of the Paris Agreement, which has catalyzed countries, subnational governments, businesses and other actors around the globe to step up their climate action.

So beginning August 1 our global climate blog will be merging with Climate 411 – EDF’s blog on domestic climate issues (named for the colloquial term for “information”).

Climate 411 will be EDF’s go-to spot for analysis and commentary – as well as climate solutions and reasons for hope – from EDF’s leading climate experts on our wide range of climate work across the globe, such as:

  • Climate science
  • Carbon pricing
  • Actions in the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
  • Actions in the U.S. Congress
  • Pollution from cars and trucks
  • Public health
  • Reducing emissions from deforestation (REDD+)
  • UN climate talks
  • Subnational climate policy, including California’s landmark cap-and-trade program
  • Aviation pollution

Our hope is Climate 411’s expanded scope will make it easier for experts, academics, journalists and others to access all our commentary on the science, law and economics of global climate change and clean air – and maybe even come across something unexpected.

Catch our latest posts by signing up for emails for new posts or subscribing to Climate 411’s RSS feed. As always, you can follow EDF’s broader work via our EDF Voices blog, Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

Finally, join us in celebrating this step by looking back at the most-read Climate Talks blog posts since 2008.

  1. California models climate and air pollution action with balanced approach (July 2017)
  2. Why and how Brazil should do more to stop deforestation and climate change (October 2015)
  3. EDF’s Schwartzman Remembers Chico Mendes (December 2008)
  4. Picturing low-carbon development: Methane cook stoves in rural India (March 2011)
  5. Mexico’s historic climate law: an analysis (July 2012)
  6. NY Times forests oped is out on a limb: protecting trees still key to solving climate change (September 2014)
  7. Agriculture negotiations reach agreement at COP23 (November 2017)
  8. California’s cap-and-trade program doesn’t need an overhaul (May 2017)
  9. On International Women’s Day, a look at rural women in India fighting climate change (March 2011)
  10. Mexico organization partners with EDF to address deforestation, climate change and rural development (March 2012)

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