26 March, 2010 - 15:56
Photography Jiri Rezac/WWF UKTar sands make up the world’s second largest oil reserves (173 billion barrels) and the damage they can cause to the climate is even worse than conventional oil.
23 March, 2010 - 14:12
Gibe-Omo natural river bedGilgel Gibe 3 Hydropower Dam is the largest investment project ever implemented in Ethiopia.
21 March, 2010 - 21:48
The BBC has shelved a Panorama investigation on the Michael Ashcroft affair following letters and personal interventions by senior Conservatives. There is now little prospect of the investigation being broadcast before the general election, although it was due to appear in March.
18 March, 2010 - 15:57
Switch it off!Switch off and support WWF’s Earth Hour. On Saturday 27 March 2010 at 8.30pm, WWF want a billion people around the world to switch off their lights for one hour – WWF’s Earth Hour. Show you care about climate change.
16 March, 2010 - 18:31
C:\Documents and Settings\deepak\My Documents\My Pictures\ALL Districts – thumb.gifThere are only hours left to get the Sustainable Communities Act (Amendment) Bill through the Commons.
14 March, 2010 - 15:49
Women of JosKAFANCHAN, NIGERIA Thursday March 11 (John Dada, Fantsuam Foundation for APC) – Since January, sectarian strife and reprisal killings have ripped through our communities in Jos, Plateau State.
6 March, 2010 - 18:51
The Government wants to amend the Digital Economy Bill, now at the report stage, to counter advances in online piracy in the future.
3 March, 2010 - 17:51
The BBC is on the brink of surrendering to pressure from commercial rivals, who are lobbying politicians hard to impose even deeper cuts. The BBC may not have many friends in the rest of the media, but public pressure has saved it before, and can save it again.
13 February, 2010 - 15:23
David Coetzee, the founder of the alternative information bulletin SouthScan, for a number of years the most significant source of independent, uncensored information about what was going on in apartheid South Africa, passed away on 24 January 2010 at the age of 66.
4 February, 2010 - 18:39
Credit card numbers are so passe. Today’s hackers know the real powerhouse data to steal is emission certificates. That’s exactly what hackers went after last week when they obtained unauthorized access to online accounts where companies maintain their carbon credits, according to the German newspaper Der Spiegel.