By Laura Barron-Lopez - 11/13/13 07:50 AM EST
Bloomberg reports a United Nations climate panel backtracked on its global carbon emissions estimates after releasing higher numbers in 2007.
“Errors can always occur in a human endeavor even if you do a very thorough revision,” Thomas Stocker, co-chairman of the group that drafted the report, said Wednesday in Warsaw, where climate envoys are gathered for two weeks of talks. “Addressing these errors expeditiously and transparently adds to the credibility of the process.”
The New York Times reports on a booming industry for electric vehicle recharging stations.
AP dives into the legacy President Obama's outgoing climate czar, Heather Zichal, left — she says the work isn't done.
Reuters reports Tesla CEO Elon Musk said there would not be a recall despite three Model S fires in the past month.