We're pleased to announce the winners of the first-ever Global Warming Globie Awards.
Based on the votes from more than 20,000 online supporters, we've chosen the best and worst global warming performances - from public officials to corporate leaders.
Their actions in recent years - from promoting solutions to obstructing real action - got them nominated. But your votes determined the winners.
Seattle Mayor Greg Nickels narrowly edged ahead of California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger by fewer than 30 votes, for spearheading a national effort to organize America's cities to cut carbon dioxide pollution 7% below 1990 levels by 2012. The "U.S. Mayors' Climate Protection Agreement" has been signed by 393 mayors representing over 57 million Americans.View the rest of the winners.