June 11, 20072:36 PM Facebook Twitter Show more sharing options Share Close extra sharing options Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Copy Link URLCopied! Print An editorial series in which The Times explores policies to slow the progress of climate change. 1 California Small steps, big energy savings California Small steps, big energy savings Making appliances and buildings more efficient is an inexpensive way to fight global warming. 2 California The renewable energy future California The renewable energy future Wind farms and solar energy have great potential -- but there are still clouds on the horizon. 3 Opinion No to nukes Opinion No to nukes It’s tempting to turn to nuclear plants to combat climate change, but alternatives are safer and cheaper. 4 Opinion Reinventing Kyoto Opinion Reinventing Kyoto The international treaty for cutting greenhouse gases is a bust, and Bush’s approach will do little to help. 5 Opinion Time to tax carbon Opinion Time to tax carbon A carbon tax is the best, cheapest and most efficient way to combat cataclysmic climate change.