Daily Archives: November 29, 2010

FT Energy Source

- Accord in danger of disintegration
- Financing: High stakes in low-carbon investments
- Energy use: Technology starts to take hold
- Water: World focus ‘needs to fall on agriculture’
- Resources: Alliances that lead to creative industrial symbiosis
- Science: Academics climb back into the ring of debate
- Fresh approaches: People power employed to detect patterns
- Geoengineering: Finding the formula to make world of difference
- Livestock: Meat eaters pose bigger threat than CO2 output
- Recycling: Goes a long way in the UK
- Adaptation: There is profit to be made from solutions Read more

Fiona Harvey

So what is happening at Cancun?
Environment ministers and government officials from around the world are gathering in Mexico to talk about climate change, and how to tackle the problem of increasing greenhouse gas emissions. Read more

FT Energy Source

- Disposal adds $7bn to BP’s oil spill fund – FT
- BP to commission film about oil spill – NY Times
- TNK-BP to unveil oil trading operation – FT
- Madagascar oil explorer moves to junior market – The Times (£)
- Nigerian oil-region fighting challenges president – Bloomberg
- EU energy targets require radical shake-up – FT
- China moving from oil to nuclear and renewables – WSJ
- UK to test smart grids in four areas – The Telegraph
- Carbon-price boost for green energy – FT
- Australia brings forward decision on carbon price – Reuters

Cancun news: day one
- Climate chiefs warn on what Cancun can – FT
- Q&A: What is happening at Cancun? – FT
- Climate talks seek to bridge rich-poor gap – Reuters
- Cancun: Last chance in thew ‘snake pit’ – The Telegraph
- China to take active role at climate talks – China Daily
- Cancun must be about more than climate change – Wangari Maathai, The Guardian
- Stop talking and start taxing carbon – Clive Crook, FT Read more