Boko Haram terrorists thriving on climate crisis: report

Chronic drought around Lake Chad is reinforcing terrorist group Boko Haram’s stronghold on the region, a report commissioned by the German government has warned.Some...

Podcast: Tasting menu: Highlights from the December 17th 2016 edition

A hard place to leaveA clause in Donald Trump's new travel ban could cause problems for all visitors Gulliver IndicatorsRetail sales, producer prices, wages and exchange...

‘Sometimes I get intimidated’: first-timers at UN climate talks

Thirty young people from developing countries have won grants to attend UN climate change talks in Bonn, Germany, this year. Funded by the German government, the Global...

Trump’s ‘top priority’ at climate talks: no soft option for China

The Trump administration’s priority at the UN climate talks in Bonn is to block developing countries like China from getting an easier ride. That is what the US...

On televisions, Venezuela, Singapore, Africa, multinationals, Republicans, Silicon Valley: Letters to the editor

TVs and the environmentYour story about energy-efficiency testing for televisions in America omitted the fact that the test procedure which the National Resources Defence...

EU, France accused of hijacking ‘Africa-led’ clean energy scheme

A $10bn clean energy programme launched at the Paris climate talks “by Africa, for Africa” is in turmoil after interventions by the EU and France.In a...

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