Catholic Church leaders issue appeal on climate change

Roman Catholic cardinals, patriarchs and bishops from around the world appealed to climate-change negotiators to approve a “fair, legally binding and truly transformational climate agreement” when they meet at a widely anticipated United Nations conference in Paris next month. Representatives of the

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Water, food and energy…

The interconnections between water, energy, food and environment are like a board game where, to win, all the players need to gather as much resources as possible; will we be able of changing the rules used so far for the

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The gas market will become a regional market

We have interviewed Emanuele Belsito, Partner and Managing Director at The Boston Consulting Group, after ENI’s discovery of a gas field off the Egyptian coast, to understand the potential implications of this discovery. What does the gas field discovery mean

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Indonesia’s fires labelled a ‘crime against humanity’ as 500,000 suffer

Raging forest fires across Indonesia are thought to be responsible for up to half a million cases of respiratory infections, with the resultant haze covering parts of Malaysia and Singapore now being described as a “crime against humanity”. Tens of

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7 charts that show why UN climate talks keep breaking down

By the end of 2015, representatives from around the world hope to hammer out an agreement with “legal force” that commits all nations to reductions in heat-trapping greenhouse gases. The main obstacle here is that there are still deep, deep

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Blueprint to the new energy era

Business can become more competitive, profitable and resilient by leading the transformation from fossil fuel to efficiency and renewables. This transition will build a stronger economy, a more secure nation and a healthier environment. These are the advantages that the

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