Economic slump may limit moves on clean energyInternational Herald Tribune | 25 Nov 2008
From Italy to China, a poor global economy and plunging prices of coal and oil are upending plans to wean businesses and consumers from fossil fuel.
West must take Africa's climate burdenBBC | 01 May 2006
Helping poor farmers in Ethiopia adjust to the worst effects of climate change will minimise future human tragedies, argues Tadesse Dadi of Tearfund; and the West has a responsibility to provide that help.
Ethiopian red fox needs more protection to surviveReuters | 27 Jan 2006
An endangered species of red fox found only in Ethiopia may be wiped out unless it is protected from domestic animals bringing rabies into national parks, a senior wildlife expert said on Thursday.
Early humans 'followed coast'BBC World Service | 16 May 2005
The first humans who left Africa to populate the world headed south along the coast of the Indian Ocean, Science magazine reports.
Welcome to Fortress GleneaglesSunday Herald | 15 May 2005
IT is a hotel that has built a worldwide reputation on being the last word in luxury. Nestling amid the spectacular scenery of the Perthshire country side, Gleneagles has played host to sports stars, royalty and the Hollywood glitterati.
Climatewire.orgUNEP/GRID-Arendal | 31 Dec 2004
During the climate changes talks held in Buenos Aires UNEP/GRID-Arendal and Responding to Climate Change launched a newsportal on the Internet dedicated to climate change. The page will be updated every morning with links to climate change news from english language media world wide.
African climate report publishedDEFRA - Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs | 17 Dec 2004
Far too little is currently known about the impact of climate change on development and poverty in Africa, a report published concluded.
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