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18 Kasım 2009
Fast-rising carbon emissions mean that worst-case predictions for climate change are coming true
19 Ekim 2009
Negotiations for the Copenhagen meeting are going 'too slow'
20 Temmuz 2009
Kremlin Çeçenya'yı modern Rusya'nın başarı hikâyesi olarak sunmayı sevse de, bölgedeki insan hakları ihlallerini belgelemekten çekinmeyen Estemirova'nın öldürülmesi Çeçenya'nın gerçek yüzünü teşhir etti
01 Aralık 2008
New study shows the effects of CO2 pollution will be felt for hundreds of thousands of years
24 Kasım 2008
Mayor of London says he wants to make the city the most environmentally friendly in the world
15 Eylül 2008
In the next 24 hours, deforestation will release as much CO2 into the atmosphere as 8 million people flying from London to New York. Stopping the loggers is the fastest and cheapest solution to climate change. So why are global leaders turning a blind eye to this crisis?
15 Eylül 2008

Monday, 15 September 2008Bruce Anderson

15 Eylül 2008
Phase out coal and burn trees instead, urges leading scientist Current targets on emissions are 'a recipe for global disaster, not salvation' By Geoffrey Lean, Environment Editor Sunday, 14 September 2008 Coal power stations should be equipped with special Getty Images Coal power sta
12 Ağustos 2008
Police arrested 100 protesters and charged 46 of them during a week-long protest against climate change, it was revealed today.
12 Ağustos 2008
Our diplomatic weakness rests on the shoulders of a longer-term strategic incompetence.
12 Ağustos 2008
Not many countries name the main road from the airport in their capital city "George W Bush Boulevard", but Georgia has gone to great lengths to court the world's one remaining superpower as an insurance policy against the resurgent Russia of Vladimir Putin.
23 Temmuz 2008
The arrest of Radovan Karadzic has caused rejoicing in the streets of Bosnia and Croatia, where his brand of violent nationalism resulted in tens of thousands of dead and hundreds of thousands displaced.
02 Temmuz 2008
They're not healthier or better for the environment – and they're packed with pesticides. In an age of climate change and shortages, these foods are an indugence the world can't afford, argues environmental expert Rob Johnston
20 Haziran 2008
Scientists claim radiation from handsets are to blame for mysterious 'colony collapse' of bees
17 Haziran 2008
Private enterprise saves southern Africa's rhino from extinction
17 Haziran 2008
Saudi Arabia appears ready to cave in to demands from Western governments for the kingdom to make special efforts to increase its production of oil.
12 Haziran 2008
The massive scale of environmental devastation across the continent has been fully revealed for the first time in an atlas compiled by UN geographers. Michael McCarthy reports
11 Haziran 2008
The chief executive of the world's largest energy company has issued the most dire warning yet about the soaring the price of oil, predicting that it will hit $250 per barrel "in the foreseeable future".
03 Haziran 2008
Less than four weeks remains before the run-off vote for the presidency of Zimbabwe. In view of the protracted confusion that has been the country's election, this may not seem very long.
23 Mayıs 2008
The Amazonian city of Altamira played host to one of the more uneven contests in recent Brazilian history this week, as a colourful alliance of indigenous leaders gathered to take on the might of the state power corporation and stop the construction of an immense hydroelectric dam on a tributary of
23 Mayıs 2008
Just how high can it go? A year ago, analysts were talking darkly about the prospect of oil breaching $100 a barrel for the first time. It turns out they were too optimistic. The price of a barrel has hit an unprecedented $135 this week.
23 Mayıs 2008
As evidence emerges of dwindling oil reserves, the price of crude hits $135 a barrel
06 Mart 2008
Green lobby turns on Government over failure to curb air and road travel
21 Şubat 2008
It is not fair, but the Opposition is winning. It is a feeling I first felt when learning about the 1951 election for O-level History. Labour won more votes than the Conservatives but still lost.
21 Şubat 2008
Some cling to power to the last; some are overthrown, and some have the good sense to know their time. Fidel Castro is an autocrat who, at 81 and in poor health, has just squeaked into the group of graceful farewells.
20 Şubat 2008
Today, Kosovo becomes only the third new country of the 21st century. Its declaration of independence will be recognised by a majority of the European Union, including the United Kingdom, and by the United States, but not by Russia.
18 Şubat 2008
Long a province of Serbia and now Europe's newest nation, Kosovo celebrated wildly into the night yesterday. And who would begrudge the Kosovars their day of unbounded joy after the suffering and deprivations of recent years?
18 Şubat 2008
Yesterday, The Independent announced a global campaign to shame China into doing more to help Darfur. And the reaction from those who could actually change things? President Bush rules out boycott and says 'I'm going to the Olympics'. Major Games sponsors refuse to raise the issue with the Chinese
12 Şubat 2008
If the alliance was arrogant at the time of the invasion, it is even more so today