By Ben Geman - 10/12/11 12:24 PM EDT
Bloomberg reports that the International Energy Agency again cut its 2012 global oil demand forecast amid gloomy economic signals.
Australian lawmakers took a major step toward implementing a carbon tax, The Los Angeles Times reports.
The Globe and Mail reports that Canadian companies once leery of dealing with climate change now “realize that it may provide a significant business opportunity.”
Bob Graham, the co-chair of the now-disbanded presidential panel that probed the BP oil spill, warns that “wildcat” culture brings continued risks of offshore spills. The Houston Chronicle has the story.