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E.ON feels heat as European commission plans huge fine,” David Gow, Guardian, 28 January 2008



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88 E.ON feels heat as European commission plans huge fine,” David Gow, Guardian, 28 January 2008.


89 “Where are the green houses,” Jo Williams, Guardian, 29 January 2008.

90 “£73 bn to take nuclear plants out of service,” David Hencke, Guardian, 30 January 2008.

91 “Lawmakers will fight for coal plant,” Associated Press, in the New York Times, 30 January 2008.

92 “Easy pickings from 'Big Oil's 'windfall' are running out,” Andrew Hill, Financial Times, 1 February 2008.

93 “Output alarm takes gloss off Shell earnings and unnerves shareholders,” Dino Mahtani, Financial Times, 1 February 2008.

94 Chris Skrebowski, Editor of Petroleum Review, e-mail communication, 31 January 2008.

95 “Big oil has trouble finding new fields,” David Baker, San Francisco Chronicle, 1 February 2008.

96 “Energy firm wants carbon freedom at new coal-fired plant,” John Vidal, Guardian, 1 February 2008.

97 “Green groups cry foul as UK claims progress towards Kyoto targets,” Ian Sample, Guardian, 1 February 2008.

98 “Production declines at Exxon and Chevron, Sheila McNutty and Ed Crooks, Financial Times, 2 February 2008.

99 “OPEC’s threat to cut production triggers warning,” Javier Blas, Financial Times, 2 February 2008.

100 “Bring on the second generation of biofuels,” Rachel Nowak, New Scientist, 2 February 2008.

101 Michael Brooks, “Less is more,” New Scientist, 2 February 2008, p. 33-36.

102 Eric Martinot, “Renewables 2007 Global Status Report,” Renewable Energy Policy Network for the 21st Century, 2008.

103 “Setback fro wind farm push,” (front page article) Fiona Harvey and Rebecca Bream, Financial Times, 4 February 2008.

104 “Shoppers care more about animals than climate,” Julia Finch, Guardian, 4 February 2007.

105 James H. Heale and others, “The pump: decline ….and fall?”, Citi industry focus report, 4 February 2008, 50 pages.

106 “Russian economy succumbs to the oil curse,” Ambrose Evans-Pritchard, Daily Telegraph, 5 February 2008.

107 “Iraq sidesteps oil law impasse,” Roula Khalaf & Dino Mahtani, Financial Times, 6 February 2008.

108 “BP raises its dividend by 31,” Ed Crooks, Financial Times, 6 February 2008.

109 “Dividend rise marks shift in investor rewards,” Financial Times, 6 February 2008.

110 Matt Simmons, e-mail to J. Leggett, 5 January 2008.

111 “Global meltdown: scientists isolate areas most at risk of climate change,” Ian Sample, Guardian, 5 February 2008.

112 “Planning bill ‘too late, too weak’,” Fiona Harvey and Rebecca Bream, Financial Times, 5 February 2008.

113 “Green laws and regulation risk energy crisis, say Europe’s power companies,” David Gow and Will Woodward, Guardian, 7 February 2008.

114 “Russians threaten to cut Ukraine’s gas supply,” Roman Olearchyk and Catherine Belton, Financial Times, 8 February 2008.

115 “BP faces fresh Texas City investigation,” Sheila McNulty, Financial Times, 8 February 2008.

116 “Why the price of peak oil is famine,” Ambrose Evan-Pritchard, Daily Telegraph, 8 February 2008.

117 “US is showing the way on clean energy investment,” John Rose, Chief Executive Rolls Royce, letter to Financial Times, 8 February 2008.

118 “Venezuela plays down Exxon’s freezing of assets,” Benedict Mander & Sheila McNulty, Financial Times, 9 February 2008.

119 “Wheat soars as stocks decline,” Chris Flood, Financial Times, 8 February 2008.

120 “Banks go green,” New Scientist, 9 February 2008.

121 “Subprime credit losses forecast to reach $400 bn by G7 leaders,” David Pilling, Jonathan Soble, & Gillian Tett, Financial Times, 11 February 2008.

122 “Increasing numbers of investors turn to ethical products,” Mark Milner, Guardian, 11 February 2008.

123 “BP warns staff over Thunder Horse,” Sheila McNulty, Financial Times, 11 February 2008.

124 “Turkey pressed to fall into line over gas project,” Ed Crooks, Financial Times, 11 February 2008.

125 “Work starts on $22 bn carbon-neutral city,” Simeon Kerr, Financial Times, 11 February 2008.

126 “Apart from used chip fat, there is no such thing as a sustainable biofuel, “George Monbiot, Guardian 12 February 2008.

127 “”Action needed to avoid oil crisis,” Sam Fletcher, Oil and Gas Journal, 18 February 2008.

128 “Russia breaks ties with gas middleman,” Catherine Belton & Roman Olearchyk, Financial Times, 13 February 2008.

129 “Putin issues nuclear threat to Ukraine over plan to host US shield,” Guardian, 13 February 2008.

130 “Gazprom at 15,” editorial, Financial Times, 13 February 2008.

131 “BP plans drilling ‘lull’ in Sakhalin project,” Financial Times, 13 February 2008.

132 “Venezuela stops oil to Caracas, Associated Press, in Financial Times, 13 February 2008.

133 “Firms say carbon commitment is a curb too many,” Mark Milner, Guardian, 13 February 2008.

134 “Path of least resistance,” Paul Ekins, Guardian, 13 February 2008.

135 “Shipping boom fuels rising tide of global CO2 emissions,” John Vidal, Guardian, 13 February 2008.

136 “Green shoots from dead wood,” Peter Marsh, Financial Times, 13 February 2008.

137 “Top oil firms spend more but get less crude,” Alex Lawler, Reuters, 14 February 2008.

138 “Total forecasts increase in oil production,” Peggy Hollinger & Ed Crooks, Financial Times, 14 February 2008.

139 “What power to the people?” William MacNamara, Financial Times, 13 February 2008.

140 “Interview: Mankind can’t afford more drilling – ex BP executive,” Planet Ark Reuters, 14 February 2008.

141 “Modern investors turn into sun worshippers,” Tom Stevenson, Daily Telegraph, 14 February 2008.

142 “Firms will act on CO2 only if its cost triples, says Shell,” Terry Macalister, Guardian, 15 February 2008.

143 “Britain third worst in EU for use of renewable energy,” Ashley Seager, Guardian, 15 February 2008.

144 “Dublin wants right to inspect UK nuclear power stations, Henry McDonald, Observer, 17 February 2008.

145 “Investors prune green stocks,” David Oakley and Fiona Harvey in London, 17 February 2008.

146 “Foreign oil companies flock to Iraqi tender,” Reuters, International Herald Tribune, 19 February 2008.

147 “Nigeria oil draws firms despire risk,” Randy Fabi, Reuters, International Herald Tribune, 19 February 2008.

148 “Western fears on Russian energy,” John Thornhill, Financial Times, 18 February 2008.

149 “CERA: Aramco CEO calls for energy planning, co-operation,” Sam Fletcher, Oil and Gas Journal, 18 February 2008.

150 “Global gas squeeze,” Lex Column, Financial Times, 20 February 2008.

151 “Oil closes above $100 per barrel,” Andrew Clark, Guardian, 20 February 2008.

152 “Porsche fights CO2 charge,” Bob Sherwood, Times, 20 February 2008.

153 “Alarm over new oil-from-coal plans,” David Adam, Guardian, 20 February 2008.

154 “Centrica backs rise in gas price,” Rebecca Bream and Maggie Urry, Financial Times 21 February 2008.

155 “Kelly orders biofuels review,” David Adam, Guardian,21 February 2008.

156 “Ofgem to investigate energy markets,” Rebecca Bream, Financial Times, 22 February 2008.

157 “Unofficial collusion or intense competition?” Nils Pratley, Guardian, 22 February 2008.

158 “China’s growth to send jet fuel demand up by 11-13% a year to 2020,” Platts, 22 February 2020.

159 e-mail communication from John Keane of SolarAid, in the field, 21 February 2008.

160 “Shell lobbies to book unconventional reserves,” Dino Mahtani, Financial Times, 23 February 2008.

161 “RWE unveils growth strategy,” Richard Milne, Financial Times, 23 February 2008.

162 “The last of the wildcatters,” Sheila McNulty, Financial Times, 23 February 2008.

163 “Want to cut your carbon? Join a club,” Tim Webb, Observer, 24 February 2008.

164 “Branson’s coconut airways – but jet is on a flight to nowhere, say critics,” Sam Jones and Dan Milmo, Guardian, 25 February 2008.

165 “High food prices may force aid rationing,” Javier Blas and Gillian Tett, Financial Times, 25.2.08.

166 “Ofgem fines National Grid £41.6m,” BBC news / BUsness / UK edition, 25 February 2008.

167 “Feed the world? We are fighting a losing battle,” Julian Bolger, Guardian 26 February 2008 (and other articles in a special report on food security).

168 “Energy companies plead for tax breaks to help raise production,” Terry Macalister, Guardian, 26 February 2008.

169 “Scattered inheritance,” Maxim Krans, RIA Novosti, 26 February 2008.

170 “Darling to turn up the heat on energy groups,” George Parker, Ed Crooks and Jim Packard, Financial Times 27 February 2008.

171 “Energy Performance of Buildings: Commission launches Court proceedings against Belgium and UK,” Press release reference IP/08/351, European Commission, 28 February 2008. http://europa.eu/rapid/pressReleasesAction.do?reference=IP/08/351

172 “BP seeks low-carbon payback,” Ed Crooks, Financial Times, 28 February 2008.

173 “BP chief must deliver on strategy,” Ed Crooks, Financial Times, 28 February 2008.

174 “CERA-IHS: Global oil field decline rate at 4.5% / year,” Oil and Gas Journal, 28 January 2008.

175 “Exxon makes oil damages plea,” Patti Waldmeir, Financial Times, 28 February 2008.

176 “Iberdrola lodges complaint against EDF,” Mark Mulligan, Financial Times, 28 February 2008.

177 “Energy groups to escape split of assets,” Sarah Leitner and Ed Crooks, Financial Times, 28 February 2008.

178 “Branson acknowledges peak oil,” David Strahan, Global Public Media, 28 February 2008.

179 “Beijing Olympics water demands threaten millions, official warns,” Jamil Anderlini, Financial Times 27 February 2008.

180 “The true cost of war,” Aida Edemariam, Guardian, 18 February 2008.

181 “Eon agrees break-up to appease Brussels,” Richard Milne, Ed Crooks and Sarah Laitner, Financial Times, 29 February 2009.

182 “EU deal could have domino effect on sector,” Sarah Laitner and Richard Milne, Financial Times, 29 February 2009.

183 “Stern critic converted to merits of unbundling,” Ed Crooks, Financial Times, 29 February 2009.

184 “Brussels eyes energy groups after Eon deal,” Nikki Tait, Lionel Barber, and Richard Milne, Financial Times, 1 March 2008.

185 “Global food frenzy,” Shobhana Chandra, Li Yanping, and Christian Vats, Bloomberg Markets, March 2007.

186 “Oil money is coming – and there is little the west can do about it,” Larry Elliot, Guardian, 1 March 2008.

187 “’Enjoy life while you can’,” Decca Aitkenhead, Guardian, 1 March 2008.

188 “Souped-up battery prepares to slay the gas guzzlers,” Mark Anderson, New Scientist, 1 March 2008.

189 “Brazil takes battle to the Amazon,” Jonathan Wheatley, Financial Times, 1 March 2007.

190 “US prison population hits new high: 1 in 100 adults jailed,” Ed Pilkington, Guardian, 1 March 2008.

191 “Outside View: We can't cling to crude: we should leave oil before it leaves us,” Faith Birol, Sunday Independent, 2 March 2008.

192 “Big oil groups turn to gas the fire growth,” Sheila McNulty, Financial Times, 3 March 2008.

193 “Ministers want power firms to help elderly,” Patrick Wintour and Julie Kollewe, Guardian, 3 March 2008.

194 “Minister admits nuclear fuel plant produces almost nothing,” Terry Macalister, Guardian, 3 March 2008.

195 “Oil record unlikely to change OPEC view,” Javier Blas and Ed Crooks, Financial Times, 4 February 2008.

196 “Makers hedge bets on alternative vehicles,” John Reed, Financial Times, 4 March 2008.

197 “Ferrari seeks biofuel with winning edge,” Alexandra Harvey, Financial Times, 4 March 2008.

198 “The world has plenty of oil,” Nansen Saleri, Wall Street Journal, 4 March 2008.

199 “Bentley take premium lead,” David Gow, Guardian, 5 March 2008.

200 “Energy firms tell Treasury: don’t bring in windfall tax,” Terry Macalister, Guardian, 5 March 2008.

201 “Bush attacks OPEC over high oil price,” Javier Blas and Ed Crooks, Financial Times, 5 March 2008.

202 “Exxon defiant over calls for compensation,” Sheila McNulty, Financial Times, 5 March 2008.

203 “BP chiefs lose out on bonuses,” Ed Crooks, Financial Times, 5 March 2008.

204 “BP boss admits profits were not good enough – but still takes home £1.3m bonus,” Terry Macalister, Guardian, 5 March 2008.

205 “Russia halves gas supply to Ukraine, “Catherine Belton and Roman Olyarchyk, Financial Times, 5 March 2008.

206 “Gazprom and Kiev end gas standoff, “Catherine Belton and Roman Olyarchyk, Financial Times, 6 March 2008.

207 “Bush tells OPEC oil price is hurting economy,” Javier Blas and Ed Crooks, Financial Times, 6 March 2008.

208 “Britain on nuclear power fast-track,” Jean Eaglesham, Financial Times, 6 March 2008.

209 “A change in the climate: credit crunch makes the bottom line the top issue,” Terry Macalister, Guardian, 6 March 2006.

210 “Oil and gold prices continue record runs,” Chris Flood, Financial Times, 7 March 2008.

211 “Opec fears being left with massive overcapacity,” Peter Seldin, Managing Member, Centennial Energy Partners, NY: Letter to editor, Financial Times, 7 March 2008.

212 “Uranium sell-off to help pay for £72bn clean up,” Terry Macalister, Guardian, 7 March 2008.

213 “Eon chief hits out at ‘myths’ on profits,” Ed Crooks, Financial Times, 7 March 2008.

214 “Record 4.5m struggle to pay their bill,” Ellen Kelleher, Financial Times, 7 March 2008.

215 “Ofgem review paves way for big shake-up,” Rebecca Bream, Financial Times, 7 March 2008.

216 “World markets see-saw as dollar hits record low and oil prices soar,” Ashley Seager, Guardian, 8 March 2008.

217 “Red warning light for dark green funds, “ Patrick Collinson, Guardian, 8 February 2008.

218 “Solar energy firms leave waste behind in China, “ Ariana Eunjung Cha, Washington Post, 9 March 2008.

219 “Climate change may spark conflict with Russia, EU told,” Ian Traynor, Guardian, 10 March 2008.

220 “Housebuilders in a hole as prices go through the floor,” Nick Mathiason and Heather Stewart, Observer, 9 March 2008.

221 “Why I told Parliament: you’ve failed us on liberty,” Henry Porter, Observer, 9 March 2008.

222 “Canada tightens carbon rules for oil sands,” Diana Lawrence, Financial Times, 11 March 2008.

223 “International trading finds an uncertain future,” Jonathan Stern, Financial Times, 10 March 2007. (Part of a special supplement).

224 “Search for alternative routes,” Ed Crooks, Financial Times, 10 March 2008.

225 “Russian group may struggle to meet commitments,” Catherine Belton, Financial Times, 10 April 2008.

226 “Dash for gas has run out of steam,” Ross Tieman, Financial Times, 10 April 2008.

227 “Evangelist who is in the right place,” Ed Crooks, Financial Times, 10 March 2008.

228 “Flooding and winds rise up business agenda,” John Willman, 10 March 2008.

229 “Gulf states target gas flares,” Simeon Kerr, Financial Times, 11 March 2008.

230 “US evangelical rift on global warming widens,” Ed Pilkington and Stephen Bates, Guardian, 11 March 2008.

231 “Cost of Iraq and Afghan wars has doubled,” Richard Norton-Taylor, Guardian, 11 March 2008.

232 “Independents wrestle with a shift in power,” Ed Crooks, Financial Times, 12 March 2008.

233 “Green moves fall short of radical change,” Fiona Harvey, Financial Times, 13 March 2008.

234 “Alistair Buchanan: ‘Energy anorak’ at the centre of a storm, Terry Macalister, Guardian, 14 March 208.

235 “Hot air,” Economist, 15 March 2008.

236 “Nigeria seeks $20bn for gas exploitation,” Matthew Green, Financial Times, 14 March 2008.

237 “Ukraine and Russia reach deal to end gas deadlock,” Roman Olearchyk and Catherine Belton, Financial Times, 14 March 2008.

238 “Old king coal digs in for the future,” Rachel Williams, Guardian, 15 March 2008.

239 “Please buy our oil,” Economist, 15 March 2008.

240 “Concessions to Merkel threaten climate change plan,” Guardian, 15 March 2008.

241 “Into Antarctica’s action zone,” Anil Anthasawmy interviews Robert Bindschadler, New Scientist, 15 March 2008 (F).

242 “US told to go green on emissions or lose EU flights,” Dan Milmo, Guardian, 15 March 2008.

243 “Virgin’s biofuel is a PR stunt says BA boss,” Patrick Barkham, Guardian, 15 March 2008.

244 “Investment is key in climate change battle,” Kevin Parker, Financial Times, 24 March 2008.

245 “The greening of Wall Street,” Economist, 15 March 2008.

246 “Glaciers melt at fastest rate in past 5,000 years,” Juliette Jowit and Robin McKie, Observer, 16 March 2008.

247 “Lost glaciers start countdown to climate chaos,” Juliette Jowit, Observer, 16 March 2008.

248 “The $16bn renewal of Lord Browne,” Sunday Telegraph, 16 March 2008.

249 “Killer fungus spells disaster for wheat,” Debora MacKenzie, new Scientist, 15 March 2008. (F).

250JP Morgan buys Bear for $230m,” Francesco Guerrera, Henny Sender, and James Politi, Financial Times, 17 March 2008. “Sold for just $2 a share – the bank worth $140bn last week,” Andrew Clark, Guardian, 17 March 2008. “A deluded Wall Street threatens the world economy,” Will Hutton, Observer, 16 March 2008.


251 “Nymex in carbon trading challenge to City expertise,” Fiona Harvey and Stanley Pignall, Financial Times, 17 March 2008.

252 “Government figures hide scale of CO2 emissions, says report,” John Vidal, Guardian, 17 March 2008.

253 “Long-dated oil futures soar past $100 a barrel,” Financial Times, 17 March 2008.

254 “Agency follow’s Sweden’s lead on nuclear clean-up,” Rebecca Bream, Financial Times, 17 March 2008.

255 “Shell maintains reserves in spite of Sakhalin loss,” Ed Crooks, Financial Times, 18 March 2008.

256 “Shell wants to produce five times more oil from tar sands,” Terry MacAlister, Guardian, 18 March 2008.

257 “Government ‘missing its own carbon targets’,” John Vidal, Guardian, 18 March 2008.

258 “Carbon capture is turning out to be just another great green scam,” George Monbiot, Guardian, 18 March 2008.

259 “Setback for Exxon in Venezuela battle,” Megan Murphy, Financial Times, 19 March 2008.

260 “Parliament dissolved in Kuwait amid wrangling,” Andrew England, Financial Times, 20 March 2008.

261 “Forbidden fields: oil groups circile the prize of Iraq’s vast reserves,” Roula Khalaf, Steve Negus, Dino Mahtani, Financial Times, 20 March 2008.

262 “Police raid offices of BP’s Russian joint venture,” Martin Hodgson, Guardian, 20 March 2008.

263 “Police search BP and BP-TNK Russian offices,” Catherine Belton and Isabel Gorst, Financial Times, 20 March 2008.

264 “Russia holds TNK-BP employee for ‘spying’,” Catherine Belton, Financial Times, 20 March 2008.

265 “South Africa lifts energy prices 60%,” Willam MacNamara, Financial Times, 20 March 2008.

266 “Smugness not substance,” Crispin Black, Guardian, 20 March 2008.

267 “Reichstag to run solely on renewable power,” Kate Connolly, Guardian, 21 March 2008.

268 “Moscow ups the ante against TNK BP,” Catherine Belton and Isabel Gorst, Financial Times, 22 March 2008.

269 Britain and France to take nuclear power to the world,” Patrick Wintour, Guardian 22 march 2008.

270 “Dawn if a new nuclear age,” Terry Macalister, Guardian, 22 March 2008. Station site data in article from NDA, DTI, British Energy.

271 “EDF lines up €90bn bid for two of largest utilities in Spain,” David Gow, Guardian, 22 March 2008.

272 “Rising temperatures bring their own CO2,” Fred Pearce, New Scientist, 22 March 2008.

273 “Livingstone fury at green plans veto,” Jo Revill, Observer, 23 March 2008.

274 “Scientists warn of soot effect on climate,” James Randerson, Guardian, 24 March 2008.

275 “We need more nuclear plants to avoid blackouts, say German power chiefs,” Guardian, 24 March 2008.

276 “Investment is key in climate change battle,” Kevin Parker, Financial Times, 24 March 2008.

277 “UN pleads for $500m to avoid food crisis,” Javier Blas, Financial Times, 24 March 2008.

278 “UAE sets out $100m plan to become first Arab nuclear state,” Simeon Kerr, Financial Times, 25 March 2008.

279 “GTL, CTL finding roles in global energy supply,” Iraj Isaac Rahmin, Oil and Gas Journal, 24 March 2008.

280 “To scientists warn against rush to biofuels,” James Randerson and Nicholas Watt, Guardian, 25 March 2008.

281 “N-waste disposal costs questioned,” Jean Eaglesham, Financial Times, 25 March 2008.

282 “ice shelf starts to disintegrate,” AFP, in Financial Times, 25 March 2008.

283 “A biofuel policy can be sustainable,” Ferran Terradellas, Guardian, 28 March 2008.

284 “Gazprom chief casts doubt on Kiev gas deal,” Catherine Belton, Neil Buckly and Lionel Barber, Financial Times, 28 March 2008.

285 “Britain seeks loophole in EU green energy targets,” John Vidal, Guardian, 29 March 2008.

286 “Cleaning up coal,” Fred Pearce, New Scientist, 29 March 2008.

287 “Power firms forced to help the poor,” Gaby Hinsliff, Observer, 30 March 2008.

288 “Those who control oil and water will control the world,” John Gray, Observer, 30 March 2008.

289 “Forget about ‘peak oil’ and instead focus on ‘peak power’,” A. F. Alhajji, Financial Times, 2 April 2008.

290 “Activists slam changes to green grants,” Ashley Seager, Guardian, 1 April 2008.

291 “Demands for crackdown on biofuels scam,” Terry Mcalister, Guardian, 1 April 2008.

292 “Billionaire cashes in on offshore oil rush,” Guy Chazan, Wall Street Journal, 1 April 2008.

293 “Petro duller,” The Lex Column, Financial Times, 1 April 2008.

294 Jake Ulrich, “Paying the price of cooking with gas,” presentation to Utility Strategy Group, 2 April 2008.

295 “Oil executives taken to task over soaring pump prices,” Andrew Clark, Guardian, 2 April 2008.

296 “Help sought on stockpile of plutonium,” Rebecca Bream, Financial Times, 2 April 2008.

297 “Thorp starts nuclear reprocessing,” Rebecca Bream, Financial Times, 2 April 2008.

298 “Protestors disrupt work at Welsh coal mine,” Fiona Harvey, Financial Times, 2 April 2008.

299 “Changing to zero-carbon homes proves unpopular,” Fiona Harvey, Financial Times, 2 April 2008.

300 “Carbon has so far proved no fair trade,” Fiona Harvey, Financial Times, 2 April 2008.

301 “Rapid growth of carbon trading threatens other markets, FSA warns,” Fiona Harvey and Ed Crooks, Financial Times, 1 April 2008.

302 “Imperial hit as debt plan fails,” Toby Shelley, Financial Times, 3 April 2008.

303 “Reserves built ‘by the drill bit’ prove a point of pride,” Ed Crooks, Financial Times, 3 April 2008.

304 “Coal power policy under attack from top scientists,” David Adam, Guardian, 3 April 2008.

305 “European firms push up energy costs in Britain, Centrica claims,” Mark Milner, Guardian, 3 April 2008.

306 “Carbon prices rise amid tighter rules,” Mark Milner, Guardian, 3 April 2008.

307 “Sasol to overcome gas-to-liquids plant problem,” Ed Crooks, Financial Times, 4 April 2008.

308 “Research to trap carbon in soil,” Clive Cookson, Financial Times, 4 April 2008.

309 “The road from Kyoto,” Gwyn Prins, Guardian, 4 April 2008.

310 “Europeans plan biodiesel lawsuit against US,” Alan Beattie, Financial Times, 5 April 2008.

311 “The green scare,” John Vidal, Guardian, 4 April 2008.

312 “The circuit-breakers that lie in wait for the French raider,” Ed Crooks and Peggy Hollinger, Financial Times, 5 April 2008.

313 “EDF plays a political game in its attempt at international expansion,” Peggy Hollinger and Mark Mulligan, Financial Times, 7 April 2008.

314 “Green and black,” The Economist, 5 April 2008.

315 “UN chief calls for review of biofuels policy,” Julian Borger, Guardian, 5 April 2008.

316 “Crop switch worsens global food price crisis,” John Vidal, Guardian 5 April 2008.

317 “Fuel made from coal ignites green row,” David Adam, Guardian, 5 April 2008.

318 “Climate target is not radical enough – study,” Ed Pilkington, Guardian, 7 April 2008.

319 “Civilization's last chance: The planet is nearing a tipping point on climate change, and it gets much worse, fast,” Bill McKibben, The Los Angeles Times, 11 May, 2008.

320 “E.ON Humber wind farm faces MoD opposition,” Mark Milner, Guardian, 7 April 2008.

321 “Funding of waste clean up to be reviewed,” Jean Eaglesham, Financial Times, 7 April 2008.

322 “Wal-Mart sets green targets in China chain,” Jonathan Birchill, Financial Times, 7 April 2008.

323 “I had to go out and meet people who just did not like us,” Jonathan Birchall interviewing Lee Scott, Financial Times, 7 April 2008.

324 “ConocoPhillips and BP plan Alaska pipeline,” Sheila McNulty, Financial Times, 9 April 2008.

325 “Russia braces for oil output decline,” Carola Hoyos and Catherine Belton, Financial Times 14 April 2008.

326 “Uncertain investment climate blamed for oil production slump,” Catherine Belton, Financial Times 16 April 2008.

327 “Big oil to big wind: Texas veteran sets up $10bn clean energy project,” Ed Pilkington, Guardian, 14 April 2008.

328 “Supply-side squeeze explains oil’s relentless rise in record territory,” Javier Blas, Financial Times 16 April 2008.

329 “Surprise discovery off the coast of brazil may confound the oil and gas doom-mongers” Guardian, 16 April 2008.

330 “Warning on quality of CO2 offsets,” Fiona Harvey, Financial Times, 16 April 2008.

331 “Nigeria’s oil output “could fall by a third,” Matthew green, Financial Times (front page), 17 April 2008.

332 “Hope springs from Africa’s offshore oil installations,” Matthew Green, Financial Times, 18 April 2008.

333 “Minister delivers gas ultimatum,” Najmeh Bozorgmehr, Financial Times, 17 April 2008.

334 “Bush to propose emission goal,” Reuters, Financial Times, 17 April 2008.

335 “Bush’s CO2 reduction target falls flat on world stage,” Fiona Harvey and Andrew Ward, Financial Times, 18 April 2008.

336 “Stern takes bleaker view on warming,” Fiona Harvey and Jim Pickard, Financial Times 17 April 2008.

337 “Ofgem to probe energy suppliers’ books,” Rebecca Bream, Financial Times 17 April 2008.

338 “World publics say oil needs to be replaced as energy source,” 17 April (posted) http://www.worldpublicopinion.org/pipa/articles/home_page/474.php?lb=hmpg1&pnt=474&nid=&id=

339 “The age of peak oil,” editorial comment, Financial Times, 17 April 2008.

340 “Gazprom signs fuel deal with Libya,” Neil Buckely, Financial Times, 18 April 2008.

341 “The trouble with reliance on oil and gas,” Stefan Wagstyl, Financial Times, 18 April 2008.

342 “Greenland’s disappearing lakes leave giant ice sheets largely unmoved,” Alok Jha, Guardian, 18 April 2008.

343 “Rice traders hit by panic as prices surge,” Javier Blas and Raphael Minder, Financial Times 18 April 2008.

344 “Crude extends to $117 a barrel,” Chris Flood, Financial Times, 19/20 April.

345 “EU set to scrap biofuels target amid fears of food crisis,” Ian Traynor, Guardian, 19 April 2008.

346 “Solar is so good for our house,” Ashley Seager, Guardian, 19 April 2008.

347 “Energy firms to raise bills yet again,” Tim Webb, Observer, 20 April 2008.

348 “Strike threatens UK oil supplies,” Observer, 20 April 2008.

349 “Dirty, sexy money,” Fred Pearce, New Scientist, 19 April 2008.

350 “Shell says it has 55 years of reserves,” Sheila McNulty, Financial Times, 21 April 2008.

351 “Russia starts to pay price for its energy strategy,” Catherine Belton, Financial Times, 21 April 2008.

352 “Banks meet over £40bn plan to harness power of Congo river and double Africa’s electricity,” John Vidal, Guardian, 21 April 2008.

353 “Saudis put oil capacity rise on hold,” Carola Hoyos, Financial Times, 21 April 2008.

354 “New aggressive Saudi stance points to $100 oil for the long term,” Peter Hutton, head of research at NCB Stockbrokers, letter to Financial Times, 22 April 2008.

355 “Attack on biofuels target drives oil to fresh high,” Carola Hoyos, Ed Crooks and Javier Blas, Financial Times, 23 April 2008.

356 “Ofgem launches Npower probe,” Rebecca Bream, Financial Times, 23 April 2008.

357 “German utility prepares to build two nuclear power stations in UK,” Terry Macalister, Guardian 24 April 2008.

358 “Oil’s quest to find tomorrow’s fuels,” Sheila McNulty, Financial Times, 24 April 2008.

359 “TNK-BP comes under renewed Gazprom pressure,” Catherine Belton, Financial Times, 24 April 2008.

360 “BP to invest $560m in biofuels with Brazil ethanol joint venture,” Jonathan Whiteley and Ed Crooks, Financial Times, 25 April 2008.

361 “Petrol price at historical low, study claims,” Sheila McNulty, Financial Times, 25 April 2008.

362 “Bush is criticised on nuclear claims,” Demitri Sevastopulo and Daniel Dombey, Financial Times, 25 April 2008.

363 “Pitfalls in paradise: why Palm Jumeirah is struggling to live up to the hype,” Robert Booth, Guardian, 26 April 2008.

364 “Trade war brewing over US biofuel subsidies,” David Gow, Guardian, 26 April 2008.

365 “How Big Oil got bigger – and befuddled the pundits,” Terry Macalister and Kathryn Hopkins, Guardian, 26 April 2008.

366 “UN says oil rise hits food prices harder,” Javier Blas, Financial Times, 26 February 2008.

367 “Energy agency warns against retreat,” Caroloa Hoyos and Javier Blas, Financial Times, 26 February 2008.

368 “Food or fuel? The policy choice becomes agonising,” Ed Crooks, Financial Times, 26 February 2008.

369 “Alarm and irritation from carmakers over debate,” John Reed, Financial Times, 26 February 2008.

370 “Environmental benefits are not always so great,” Fiona Harvey, Financial Times, 26 February 2008.

371 “Drivers are told not to panic buy as strike at oil refinery starts to bite,” Jamie Doward, Gaby Hinsliff, Denis Campbell, Observer, 27 April 2008.

372 “Gas flow to Britain slows despite high prices,” Mark Milner, Guardian, 28 April 2008.

373 “Oil multinationals rebuked for reluctance to tackle corruption,” Michael Peel and Hugh Williamson, Financial Times 28 April 2008.

374 “Global pressure as Grangemouth turns the taps off,” Severin Carrell, Guardian, 28 April 2008.

375 “US air force calls for mission to combat climate change,” David Adam, Guardian, 28 April 2008.

376 “Rockefellers come out of shadows to demand Exxon board shake-up,” Sheila McNulty, Financial Times, 29 April 2008. The quote comes from the family statement not the article.

377 “Myopic ExxonMobil is ignoring the planet’s future, say Rockefellers,” Andrew Clark, Guardian 1 May 2008.

378 “Fears over Russian plan for gas Opec,” Mark Milner, Guardian, 29 April 2008.

379 “President of Opec warns of $200 oil,” Carola Hoyos, Financial Times, 29 April 2008.

380 “Fuel costs could end cheap flight era,” Dan Milmo, Guardian, 29 April 2008.

381 “Do not rest on your laurels, Hayward tells BP’s reformers,” Ed Crooks, Financial Times, 30 April 2008.

382 “Brown wants profits poured into North Sea,” Terry Macalister, Guardian, 30 April 2008.

383 “Petrobras confident over deep well,” Ed Crooks, Financial Times, 30 April 2008.

384 “Setback for Mexico as services role is ruled out,” Ed Crooks and Adam Thomson, Financial Times, 30 April 2008.

385 “Gore fund roots for green investing ‘resilience’,” Fiona Harvey, Financial Times, 30 April 2008.

386 “Housing proud,” Melissa Viney, Guardian, 30 April 2008.

387 “Winds of change: Shell ditches renewable stake amid fears of a retreat to carbons,” Ashley Seager, Guardian, 1 May 2008.

388 “Wind farm ambitions dealt a blow,” Fiona Harvey and Rebecca bream, Financial Times 2 May 2008.

389 “Exxon unveils record profit but struggles to increase production,” Sheila McNulty and Carola Hoyos, Financial Times, 2 May 2008.

390 “Exxon sees production slump by 5.6%,” Terry Macalister, Guardian, 2 May 2008.

391 “Suspend biofuel rules, say MPs,” Ed Crooks and Fiona Harvey, Financial Times, 2 May 2008.

392 “The green tax revolt,” Colin Brown, Independent, 2 May 2008 (front page).

393 “Silicon Valley VCs look to clean up on techs,” Kevin Allison, Financial Times, 2 May 2008.

394 “False hope: why carbon capture and storage won’t work,” Greenpeace, May 2008.

395  The Sirens Shrill:  The International Energy Agency (IEA) gives the alarm,” Astrid Schneider interviews Fathi Birol, International Politik , the Journal of the German Council on Foreign Relations, 2 May 2008. 

http://www.internationalepolitik.de/archiv/jahrgang-2008/april/--die-sirenen-schrillen--.html 

396 “Natural born survivors,” Harriet Green, Guardian, 2 May 2008.

397 “Ethical bank offers wind of change for green consumers,” Rupert Jones, Guardian 3 May 2008.

398 “Labour pains,” The Economist, 3 May 2008.

399 “North Sea’s ebbing tide,” Tim Webb, Observer, 4 May 2008.

400 “Bears could halt Shell Arctic plan,” Nick Mathiason, Observer, 4 May 2008.

401 “As oil prices soar, crofters return to the old ways and get their heat from peat,” Severin Carroll, Guardian, 5 May 2008.

402 “Desperate search for talent,” Sheila McNulty, Financial Times, 6 May 2008.

403 “Modest US maize prospects fuel ethanol debate,” Alan Beattie, Financial Times, 6 May 2008.

404 “Mideast reels as hunger outgrows oil revenues,” Javier Blas, Financial Times, 7 May 2008.

405 “Call for Saudis to curb spending,” Roula Khalaf, Financial Times, 7 May 2008.

406 “Analyst warns of $200 crude oil,” Javier Blas and Chris Flood, Financial Times, 7 May 2008.

407 “Bad reactions, “Michael Meacher, Guardian, 7 May 2008.

408 Parliamentary question and answer by Malcolm Wicks, 7 May 2008.

409 Paddy Briggs, former Shell Global Brand Standards Manager, personal communication 7 May 2008.

410 “World carbon trading market value doubles,” Fiona Harvey, Financial Times, 8 May 2008.

411 “Call options bet on oil hitting $200,” Javier Blas and Chris Flood, Financial Times, 9 May 2008.

412 “Beijing looks at foreign fields in plan to guarantee food supplies,” Jamil Anderlini, Financial Times, 9 May 2008 (front page).

413 “Trouble in the pipeline,” The Economist, 10 May 2008.

414 “Demand for fuel drives prices of oil and corn to record levels,” Javier Blas, Financial Times, 10 May 2008.

415 “At 15p a litre, home-brew biodiesel is fuel of the future,” Guardian, 10 May 2008.

416 “Charge!”, The Economist, 10 May 2008.

417 “The elusive negawatt,” Economist, 10 May 2008.

418 “Warming oceans starved of oxygen,” New Scientist, 10 May 2008.

419 “How the energy crunch hurts the UK,” Tim Webb, Observer, 11 May 2008.

420 “Is the American century drawing to a close? Not a chance.” Will Hutton, Observer, 11 May 2008.

421 “Shell quits Iranian gas project,” Anna Fifeild and Javier Blas, Financial Times, 12 May 2008.

422 “New wave of nuclear plants faces high costs,” Rebecca Smith, Wall Street Journal, 12 May 2008.

423 “World carbon dioxide levels highest for 650,000 years, says US report,” David Adam, Guardian, 13 May 2008.

424 “BP scraps carbon capture project,” Fiona Harvey, Financial Times, 13 May 2008.

425 “Contenders tread a wary line through coal dispute,” Andrew Ward, Financial Times, 14 May 2008.

426 “German president complains of financial markets ‘monster’,” Bertrand and James Wilson, Financial Times, 15 May 2008.

427 “Barratt reveals the house that doesn’t cost the earth,” Ashley Seager, Guardian, 16 May.

428 “We test drive the green rocket – the revolutionary sports car powered by mobile phone batteries,” Rosie Boycott, Daily Mail, 16 May 2008.

429 “Quiet thunder,” Michael Shnayerson, Vanity Fair, May 2007.

430 www.tesla.com

431 “Weak dollar and supply worries push oil to fresh high of $128,” Ashley Seager, Guardian, 17 May 2008.

432 “Time to convene a summit on oil: there should be an international response to price rises,” Editorial, Financial Times, 16 May 2008.

433 “Saudis to boost oil flow after Bush visit,” Javier Blas and Andrew Ward, Financial Times (front page), 17 May 2008.

434 “Plans for new coal plants under fire,” Juliette Jowitt and Tim Webb, Observer, 18 May 2008.

435 “Wind farms stalled by five-year planning delays,” Jamie Mallon, The Guardian, 19 May 2008.

436 “The island house that powers itself – with a little help from 100mph gales,” Severin Carrell, The Guardian, 19 May 2008.

437 “Brown calls for end to the power of Opec,” Patrick Wintour, Guardian, 20 May 2008.

438 “Eni finds oil sands deposits in Congo,” Ed Crooks, Financial Times, 20 May 2008.

439 “US begins to break overseas oil addiction as imports show big fall,” Carola Hoyos, Financial Times (front page), 20 May 2008.

440 “Oil futures approach $140 as fears grow of shortages by 2012,” Carola Hoyos and Javier Blas, Financial Times (front page), 21 May 2008.

441 “Kuwait ties oil deals to output targets,” Andrew England, Financial Times, 21 May 2008.

442 “LCBP grants cap will hurt growth in UK, npower fears,” PowerHouse, 21 May 2008.

443 “Energy watchdog warfns of oil-production crunch,” Neil King Jr and Peter Fritsch, Wall Street Journal, 22 May 2008.

444 “US companies defend high profits,” James Politi, Financial Times, 22 May 2008.

445 “Rockefellers draw allies in battle with ExxonMobil,” Sheila McNulty aand Ed Crooks, Financial Times, 22 May 2008.

446 “ExxonMobil needs an independent chairman,” Peter O’Neill and Neva Rockefeller Godwin, Financial Times, 22 May 2008.

447 “Goldman’s analysts speak , and the price of crude rises,” Javier Blas and Sarah O’Connor, Financial Times, 22 May 2008.

448 “American airlines to cut planes and jobs,” Andrew Clark, Guardian, 22 May 2008.

449 “Producers say $299 oil is possible as prices hit record three days running,” Mark Milner and Larry Elliot, Guardian, 23 May 2008.

450 “Ford fightback halted by shunned SUVs and pickups,” Andrew Clark, Guardian, 23 May 2008.

451 “$135 and rising ….has cheap oil gone forever?” Larry Elliot, Guardian, 24 May 2008.

452 “Prices spike $10 during ‘crazy week’ for crude, “ Javier Blas, Financial Times, 24 May 2008.

453 “Inflation’s back,” The Economist (editorial), 24 May 2008.

454 “IEA probes fears that oil will run out,” Richard Wachman, Observer, 25 May 2008.

455 “Green business boom is set to face trial by economic downturn,” Juliette Jowit, Observer, 25 May 2008.

456 “Robots scour sea for atmic waste,” Robin McKie, Observer, 25 May 2008.

457 “Overlooked resource: Why the energy-rich Gulf faces a gas shortage,” Andrew England, Financial Times, 26 May 2008.

458 “Billions wasted on UN climate programme,” John Vidal, Guardian (front page), 26 May 2008.

459 “Discredited strategy,” Patrick McCully, Guardian, 21 May 2008.u

460 “Calderon pleads for energy reform,” Adam Thomson, Financial Times, 27 May 2008.

461 “Output slumps at Mexico’s Cantarell superfield,” Platts, 27 May 2008.

462 “Putin quickens tax cuts to revive oil flow,” Catherine Belton, Financial Times, 27 May 2008.

463 “An industry charged up: electric vehicles are poised to go mainstream,” John Reed and Fiona Harvey, Financial Times, 27 May 2008.

464 “Ministers indicate U-turn on road taxes,” George Parker and Jim Pickard, Financeial Times, 28 Mat 2008.

465 “We must all act together,” Gordon Brown (op-ed), Guardian, 28 May 2008.

466 “Oil has reched a turning point,” Daniel Yergin, Financial Times, 28 May 2008.

467 “Jakarta quits oil cartel in shift to imports,” Carola Hoyos and John Aglionby, Financial Times, 29 May 2008.

468 “Shareholders reject split-role calls at Exxon,” Sheila McNulty, Financial Times, 29 May 2008.

469 “Pressure on ExxonMobil to appoint ‘green’ chief,” Sheila McNulty Financial Times, 28 May 2008.

470 “Arctic declaration denounced as territorial ‘carve up,” Julian Borger, Guardian, 29 May 2008.

471 “Talks aim to avert Arctic oil rush,” Robert Anderson and Carola Hoyos, Financial Times, 28 May 2008.

472 “Shutdowns and plunging profits cast doubt on nuclear future,” Mark Milner and Terry Macalister, Guardian, 29 May 2008.

473 “What a waste: dream of free energy turns into £3bn a year public bill,” Terry Macalister, Guardian, 29 May 2008.

474 “Brown backs nuclear expansion,” Jean Eaglesham, Financial Times, 29 May 2008.

475 “Power supply back after blackouts,” Rebecca Bream, Financial Times, 29 May 2008.

476 “Darling signals fuel duty rethink,” Jean Eaglesham and Jim Pickard, Financial Times, 29 May 2008.

477 “Soaring costs put pressure on North Sea,” Andrew Bolger, Financial Times, 29 May 2008.

478 “Power industry is on the brink of radical change, warns SSE,” Mark Milner, Guardian, 30 May 2008.

479 “TNK-BP Russian shareholders scupper meeting,” Catherine Belton, Financial Times, 30 May 2008.

480 “Russian billionaires fall out with BP,” Mark Milner and Luke Harding, Guardian, 28 May 2008.

481 “BP denies ‘missing’ structures may have damaged Thunderhorse platform, Sheila McNulty, Financial Times, 30 May 2008.

482 “Act on climate change, top scientists warn US,” Dan Glaiser and James Randerson, Guardian, 30 May 2050.

483 “FSA joins western watchdogs in search for oil price rigging,” Kathryn Hopkins, Guardian, 31 May 2008.

484 “Could US scientist’s ‘CO2 catcher’ help to slow warming?” David Adam, Guardian, 31 May 2008.

485 “Nuclear bomb blueprints for sale on world black market, experts fear,” Ian Traynor, Guardian 31 May 2008.

486 “Recoil: Painful though it it, this oil shock will eventually spur huge change. Beware the hunt for scapegoats,” The Economist (editorial), 31 May 2008.

487 “Micropower scheme proves partial failure,” Fiona Harvey and David Patrikarkos, Financial Times, 31 May 2008.

488 “French threat to North Sea oil reserves,” Tim Webb, Observer, 1 June 2008.

489 “Caught in the quicksand,” David Watkins, Energy Risk, June 2008 (F).

490 “The economics of solar power,” McKinsey Quarterly June 2008.

491 “Solar houses: on the way to mass market,” Sun & Wind, volume 3, 2007.

492 “The growth potential for microgeneration in England, Wales and Scotland,” Element Energy, Report for BERR, regional development agencies, and others, June 2008.

493 “Silver lining in solar power storm clouds,” Fiona Harvey and Richard Waters, Financial Times, 2 June 2008.

494 “Price of US natural gas rising faster than crude,” Chris Flood, Financial Times, 4 June 2008.

495 “End of the road for Hummer after sales of ‘world’s most anti-environmental car’ dive,” Andre Clark, Guardian, 4 May June 2008.

496 “US attacked at food summit over biofuels,” Julian Borger, Guardian 4 June 2008.

497 “Oil price will wipe out profits, says Ryanair,” David Teather, Guardian, 4 June 2008.

498 “Oil reserves ‘will last decades’,” Hayley Millar, BBC News, 4 June 2008.

499 “Supplier warns of high energy prices,” Ed Crooks, Financial Times, 4 June 2008.

500 “E.ON warns over backup for renewables,” Mark Milner, Guardian, 4 June 2008.

501 “The challenge to supply tomorrow’s energy is real. Technology gives us more options,” ExxonMobil newspaper ad (double full page spread), Financial Times, 4 June 2008.

502 “BP Russia chief in corporate tax probe,” Catherine Belton, Financial Times, 5 June 2008.

503 “Russian routlette: How BP is falling out with its partners at TNK,” Catherine Belton, Financial Times, 5 June 2008.

504 “BP’s biggest challenge also promises the most reward,” Ed Crooks, Financial Times, 6 June 2008.

505 “GM chief shares out blame for reliance on big motors,” Bernard Simon and Francesco Guerrera, Financial Times, 6 June 2008.

506 “Britons put brake on passion for gas-guzzlers,” John Reed, Financial Times, 6 June 2008.

507 “Soros paints bleak picture on commodity price ‘bubble’,” Chris Flood, Financial Times, 5 June 2008.

508 “World’s biggest solar farm at centre of Portugal’s ambitious energy plan,” John Vidal, Guardian, 6 June 2008.

509 “Markets alone will not lead to a green future,” Ken Lewis, Financial Times, 6 June 2008.

510 “Oil surges to biggest single-day advance,” FT reporters (front page), 7 June 2008.

511 “Ever upward?” Carola Hoyos, Financial Times 7 June 2008.

512 “IEA calls for an energy revolution,” Ed Crooks, & “CO2 offsets should riser to $200 a tonne, says watchdog,” Jonathan Soble and Ed Crooks, Financial Times, 8 June 2008.

513 “Republicans scupper plans for climate bill,” Elanor Schor and agencies, Guardian, 7 June 2008.

514 “Crisis? What crisis?” The Economist, 7 June 2008.

515 “Crude tactics,” The Economist, 7 June 2008.

516 “Gas bills to soar by another 40pc,” Lisa Batchelor and Jill Insley, Observer, 8 June 2008.

517 “The truth is out there,” Pater Barber, Financial Times magazine, 7 June 2008.

518 “Areva seeks dominant role in new plants,” Rebecca Bream, Financial Times, 9 June 2008.

519 “Push for ‘closed cycle’ reprocessing,” Rebecca bream, Financial Times, 9 June 2008.

520 G8 energy chiefs highlight oil fears and seek investment boost,” David Pilling, Financial Times (front page), 9 June 2008.

521 “Sunsets on building frenzy that powered a nation’s economy,” Graham Keeley, Guardian 9 June 2008.

522 “WoodMac: Alberta oil sands triggers investment wave,” Oil and Gas Journal, 9 June 2008.

523 “Fuel strike fear sparks emergency measures,” George Parker, Andrew Taylor and Ed Crooks, Financial Times (front page), 10 June 2008.

524 “BP chief bets ‘peak oil’ backer output will keep rising,” Bloomberg News, 10 June 2008.

525 “Japan pledges big cut in emissions,” Jonathan Soble, Financial Times 10 June 2008.

526 “Gazprom warns oil price could climb to $250,” Javier Blas and Carola Hoyos, Financial Times, 11 June 2006.

527 “Biofuel supplies set to surge, says IEA,” Javier Blas, Financial Times, 11 June 2006.

528 “World faces ‘oil crisis’,” Shigeru Sato and Yuji Okada, Bloomberg, 11 June 2008.

529 “Let the markets end the energy crisis,” Tony Hayward, Financial Times, 11 June 2008.

530 “Malawi cultivates cash gains for its impoverished farmers,” Alan Beattie, Financial Times, 10 June 2006.

531 “CO2 plan threatens new coal plant,” Alok Jha and Terry Macalister, Guardian, 13 June 2008.

532 “Four-day action by tanker drivers will start today after talks break down,” Fay Schlesinger, Guardian, 13 June 2008.

533 “BP us stakes by accusing Putin of failing to stop hijack by oligarchs,” Terry Macalister, Guardian, 13 June 2008.

534 “The cost of cleaning up fossil fuels – and the price of doing nothing,” Aolk Jha, Guardian, 13 June 2008.

535 “Coal train ambushed near power station in climate change protest,” Martin Wainwright, Guardian, `14 June 2008.

536 “Protests spread as prices soar,” Various correspondents, Guardian, 14 June 2008.

537 “Discord over impact of oil speculation,” David Pilling and Chris Giles, Financial Times, 16 June 2008.

538 “Solar future brightens as oil soars,” Ashley Seager, Guardian, 16 June 2008.

539 “Blueprint for nuclear warhead found on smugglers’ computers,” Ian Traynor, Guardian, 16 June 2008.

540 “Oil hits another peak despite talk of higher output,” Chris Flood, Financial Times, 17 June 2008.

541 “Britain set to miss EU renewables target,” David Adam, Guardian, 19 June 2008.

542 “Riyadh set to test its power to move market,” Carola Hoyos and Andrew England, Financial Times, 17 June 2008.

543 “Fridman accuses BP of ‘arrogance’,” Catherine Belton and Ed Crooks, Financial Times, 17 June 2008.

544 “BP accused of arrogance and incompetence by oligarch partner in joint Russian venture,” Luke Harding, Guardian, 17 June 2008.

545 “Power is too cheap to guarantee supply,” William MacNamara, Financial Times, 17 June 2008.

546 “Electricity crisis hits response to higher prices,” Tony Hawkins, Financial Times, 17 June 2008.

547 “Minor metal prices soar on demand for fuel-efficient jet engines,” Javier Blas, Financial Times, 18 June 2008.

548 “SUV’s still roaring up China’s sales charts,” Geoff Dyer, Financial Times, 18 June 2008.

549 “China’s solar thermal market is the largest,” Sun & Wind Energy, volume 5, 2008.

550 “US warns floods will push up prices,” Hal Weitzman and Javier Blas, Financial Times, 18 June 2008.

551 “Deals with Iraq are set to bring oil giants back,” Andrew Kramer, International Herald Tribune, 19 June 2008.

552 “Bush calls for lifting of ban on Alaska drilling,” Ewen MacAskill, Guardian, 19 June 2008.

553 “New study to force ministers to review climate change plan” Julian Borger and John Vidal, Guardian, 19 June 2008.

554 “Energy from industry could halve gas imports,” Fiona Harvey, Financial Times, 19 June.

555 “China raises energy price,” Geoff Dyer and Javier Blas, Financial Times, 20 June 2008.

556 “Shell shuts oilfield after gun attack,” Matthew Green, Financial Times, 20 June 2008.

557 “French watchdog fears for reactor project skills,” Peggy Hollinger, Financial Times, 20 June 2008.

558 “Biggest firms call for huge cuts in emissions to start green industrial revolution,” Juliette Jowit, Guardian, 20 June 2008.

559 “Brown will offer Opec two-way energy deal,” Nicholas Watt, Guardian, 21 June 2008.

560 “The planet will be difficult to save, but do not despair,” Philip Stevens, Financial Times, 20 June 2008.

561 “Open leader fans flames of Jeddah showdown,” Larry Elliot and Jon Watts, Guardian, 21 June 2008.

562 “The puzzle of oil production,” Economist, 21 June 2008.

563 “Revealed: UK’s blueprint for a green revolution,” John Vidal, Guardian, 21 June 2008.

564 “The power and the glory: A special report on energy,” Economist, June 21st 2008.

565 “Poll: most Britons doubt cause of climate change,” Juliette Jowit, Observer, 22 June 2008.

566 “Increase in Saudi oil output set to be wiped out by Nigeria crisis,” Carola Hoyos and Andrew England, Financial Times (front page), 23 June 2008.

567 “Militants halt oil sabotage as Nigeria’s output falls,” Matthew Green, Financial Times, 24 June 2008.

568 “Sue fuel firm CEOs, urges climate change campaigner,” Ed Pilkington, Guardian, 23 June 2008.

569 “Renewed bid to build gas storage facility,” Rebecca Bream, Financial Times, 24 June 2008.

570 “Defiant Saudis rely on Khurais to speak volumes,” Andrew England and Carola Hoyos, Financial Times, 25 June 2008.

571 “Fields of dreams,” Anna Fifield and Najmah Bozorgmehr, Financial Times, 25 June 2008.

572 “Cost of tackling global climate change has doubled, warns Stern,” Juliette Jowit and Patrick Wintour, Guardian, 26 June 2008.

573 “The nuclear option,” Andrew Smith, Guardian, 28 June 2008.

574 “Opec and US figures differ on oil demand,” Carola Hoyos, Financial Times, 26 June 2008.

575 “Exxon Valdez oil-spill fine slashed,” Sheila McNulty, Financial Times, 26 June 2008.

576 “Shares hit as fears grow over turmoil,” Francesco Guerrera, Michael Mackenzie, Nicole Bullock and Javier Blas, Financial Times (front page), 27 June 2008.

577 “700 militants arrested this year, Saudis say,” Ian Black, Guardian, 26 June 2008.

578 “Credit crunch forcing middle classes to live in their cars,” Dan Glaister, Guardian, 26 June 2008.

579 “Rising bills will pay for low-carbon economy,” Terry Macalister, Guardian, 27 June 2008.

580 “Gazprom chief sets out its vision as biggest power in world energy,” Ed Crooks, Carola Hoyos and Catherine Belton, Financial Times (front page), 27 June 2008.

581 “Oil costs force P&G to rethink its supply network,” Jonathan Birchall and Elizabeth Rigby, Financial Times, 26 June 2008.

582 “Diesel thieves strike it rich in rural areas by draining farmers’ fuel tanks,” Steven Morris, Guardian, 26 June 2008.

583 “Britain goes slow as trains, planes and ships cut fuel costs,” Dan Milmo and Jo Adjetunki, Guardian (front page), 26 June 2008.

584 “Final warning,” Ian Sample, New Scientist, 28 June 2008.

585 “Fresh delay to Kashagan oilfield plan sparks anger,” Isabel Gorst, Financial Times, 30 June 2008.

586 “U.S. Advised Iraqi Ministry on Oil Deals,” Andrew E. Kramer, New York Times, 30 June 2008.

587 “Baghdad opens door to foreign developers,” Ed Crooks, Financial Times, 1 July 2008.

588 “Investors bet on oil at $300 this year,” Javier Blas, Financial Times, 2 July 2008.

589 “Abu Dhabi develops food farms in Sudan,” Xan Rice, Guardian, 2 July 2008.

590 “Gas guzzlers and ghostburbs,” Guardian, 2 July 2008.

591 “Kazakhs castigated for oil delays,” Carola Hoyos, Financial Times, 2 July 2008.

592 “Oil lubricates high-level links,” Carola Hoyos, Financial Times, 2 July 2008.

593 “Global Trends in Sustainable Energy Investment 2008,” United Nations Environment Programme: “Spending on renewables accelerates,” Fiona Harvey, Financial Times, 2 July 2008.

594 “Green energy is the modern gold rush,” Terry Macalister, Guardian, 2 July 2008.

595 “If Europe’s energy firms will not play fair, the EU must make them,” Eluned Morgan, Guardian, 1 July 2008.

596 “Germany stands alone in G8 on nuclear power,” Bertrand Benoit, Financial Times, 2 July 2008.

597 “Climate more urgent than economy, say voters,” Julian Glover, Guardian, 2 July 2008.

598 “Oligarchs insist that head of BP’s venture will be sacked,” Terry Macalister and Luke Harding, Guardian, 3 July 2008.

599Medvedev aims at Caspian gas lockup as Europe seeks supplies,” Lucian Kim, Bloomberg, 3 July 2008.


600 “Climate risk from flat-screen TVs,” Ian Sample, Guardian, 3 July 2008.

601 “Using energy more efficiently: an interview with Rocky Mountain Institute’s Amory Lovins,” The McKinsey Quarterly, 2 July 2008.

602 Call options: contracts that give holders the right to buy crude oil at a predetermined price and date.

603 Put options: contracts that give holders the right to sell crude oil at a predetermined price and date.

604 “Secret report: biofuel caused food crisis,” Aditya Chakrabortty, Guardian (front page), 4 July 2008.

605 “Champions of Thunder Horse find little to cheer,” Sheila McNulty, Financial Times, 5 July 2008.

606 “Stores set to stockpile food,” Isabel Oakeshott, Sunday Times (front page), 6 July 2008.

607 “Patience is a virtue when Prius battery supply chains go flat,” Jonathan Soble and Bernard Simon, Financial Times, 7 July 2008.

608 “BP has been treating Russians as subjects,” Mikhail Fridman, Financial Times, 7 July 2008.

609 “Russians aim to wrest control of BP venture,” George Robertson, Financial Times, 8 July 2008.

610 “A G8 removed from the real world,” Larry Elliot, Guardian 7 July 2008.

611 “Decline and fall of the cult of equity,” Richard Wachman, Observer, 6 July 2008.

612 “Oil sands: the short view,” Oil and Gas Journal, 7 July 2008.

613 “Expansion of renewables under fire,” Fiona Harvey, Financial Times, 7 July 2008.

614 “Portugal to unveil details of zero-emission car network,” Peter Wise, Financial Times 9 July 2008.

615 “Oil giants plan to go nuclear in Middle East,” Carola Hoyos, Financial Times, 9 July 2008.

616 “price acts as catalyst for shift,” Carola Hoyos. Financial Times, 9 July 2008.

617 “China and India reject CO2 target,” David Pilling, Krishna Guha, and George Parker, Financial Times, 10 July 2008.

618 “MPs fear taxpayer could end up paying nuclear clean-up bill,” Terry Macalister, Guardian, 10 July 2008.

619 “River use banned after French uranium leak,” Angelique Chrisafis, Guardian, 10 July 2008. “’It feels like a sci-fi film’ – accidents tarnish nuclear dream,” Angelique Chrisafis, Guardian, 26 July 2008.

620 “Opec sees future fall in demand for its oil,” Carola Hoyos, Financial Times, 11 July 2007.

621 “Iran vows to presson after Total pull-out,” Carola Hoyos and Najmeh Bozorgmehr, Financial Times, 11 July 2008.

622 “Canadians ponder cost of rush for dirty oil,” John Vidal, Guardian, 12 July 2008.

623 “On its last legs,” Ed Crooks, Financial Times, 12 July 2008.

624 “Face value: the only way is down,” Economist, 12 July 2008.

625 “Former Saudi oil minister says world reaching third oil crisis,” Eric Watkins, Oil and Gas Journal, 14 July 2008.

626 “Call for eco focus on old buildings,” Jim Pickard, Financial Times, 14 July 2008.

627 “A generational challenge to repower America,” speech by Al Gore, http://www.wecansolveit.org.

628 “China faces coal crunch as price moves lag world markets,” World Gas Intelligence, 16 July 2008.

629 “Oil price plunge could provide breathing space on inflation,” Javier Blas, Michael Mackenzie and Krishna Guha, Financial Times, 18 July 2008.

630 “Gas bills forecast to rise 65% if the oil price stays up,” Ed Crooks, Financial Times, 18 July 2008.

631 “Bill for Britain’s nuclear clean-up increases by another £10bn,” Terry Macalister, Guardian, 18 July 2008.

632 “Paris acts to allay fears of radiation,” Peggy Hollinger, Financial Times, 18 July 2008. “’It feels like a sci-fi film’ – accidents tarnish nuclear dream,” Angelique Chrisafis, Guardian, 26 July 2008.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2008/jul/25/nuclear.industry.france

633 “Tidal turbine begins feeding power to grid,” Alok Jha, Guardian, 18 July 2008.

634 “How much demand destruction?” Credit Suisse Fixed Income Research, 17 July 2008.

635 “Golf carts switch course from green to road,” Guardian 19 July 2008.

636 “Municipal waste to produce ethanol by 2011,” Ed Crooks, Financial Times, 21 July 2008.

637 “Watchdog’s verdict on Channel 4 climate film angers scientists,” Owen Gibson and David Adam, Guardian, 22 July 2008.

638 “Land grab,” Todd Woody, Fortune, 21 July 2008.

639 “Mexico crude oil production falls,” Ronald Buchanan, Financial Times, 22 July 2008.

640 “Coal price surge coincides with hedge funds’ growing interest,” Chris Flood, Financial Times, 22 July 2008.

641 “Skills shortage threatens Britain’s nuclear drive,” Robin Pagnamenta, Times, 22 July 2008.

642 “Solar power from Saharan sun could provide Europe’s electricity, says EU,” Alok Jha, Guardian, 23 July 2008.

643 “Arctic holds 90bn barrels of oil and gas equal to Russia’s reserves,” Carola Hoyos and Sheila McNulty, Financial Times (front page, 24 July 2008.

644 John V Mitchell and Professor Paul Stevens, “Ending Dependence: Hard Choices for Oil-Exporting States,” Energy, Environment and Development Programme, Chatham House.

645 “Britain tries to block green energy laws,” David Adam, Guardian (front page), 24 July 2008.

646 “Radioactive particles contaminate 100 workers,” Associated Press, Guardian, 24 July 2008.

647 “’It feels like a sci-fi film’ – accidents tarnish nuclear dream,” Angelique Chrisafis, Guardian, 26 July 2008.

648 “Nuclear clean-up industry in chaos,” Terry Macalister, Guardian, 24 April 2008.

649 “ ‘They call it the Three Gorges in the sky. The dam there taps water, we tap wind’,” Jonathan Watts, Guardian, 25 July.

650 Moscow snubs UK ambassador,” Reuters, Financial Times 26 July 2008.

651 “UK scientists hit out at new coal station plans,” Tim Webb, Observer, 27 July 2008.

652 “EDF bid for British Energy is ringing alarm bells,” Ed Crooks, Financial Times, 28 July 2008.

653 “The street in Leeds that leads the way to greener living,” Martin Wainwright, 29 July 2008.

654 “Ukrainian political battle could hit European gas prices,” Alex Dryden, The Daily Telegraph, 29 July 2008.

655 “Time to go cold turkey,” Matthew Simmons, New Scientist, 28 June 2008.

656 “Unconventional oil: Scraping the bottom of the barrel,” The Co-operative and Worldwide Fund for Nature, 28 July 2008.

657 “Centrica profits prompt consumer anger,” Rebecca Bream, Financial Times, 1 August 2008.

658 “Russia takes control of Turkmen (world?) gas,” M. K. Bhadrakumar, Asia Times, 30 July 2008 .

659 “What is going to power our cars?” Danny Bradbury, Guardian, 31 July 2008.

660 “Coal rush questioned as bridge for energy gap,” Fiona Harvey and Jean Eaglesham, Financial Times, 1 August 2008.

661 “Positive outlook,” Godfrey Boyle, Energy Engineering, August 2008.

662 “Green crude: the pond life that may power cars and planes in the future,” Alok Jha, Guardian, 1 August 2008.

663 £45bn = £7,500 x 6 m households. This is approx a saving of 93,900 GWh/yr,  5.4 mtC/yr, 19.8 mt CO2/yr (personal communication).

664 “Energy giants forced to act on fuel poverty,” Tim Webb, Observer, 3 August 2008.

665 “New technologies spur rush for gas,” Sheila McNulty, Financial Times, 5 August 2008.

666 “Plans for Kingsnorth press ahead despite ‘clean coal’ talks,” Terry Macalister and Alexandra Topping, Guardian, 6 August 2008.

667 “Drax profits halve as UK’s largest source of CO2 pays price for soaring costs of carbon credits,” Terry Macalister, Guardian, 6 August 2008.

668 “Kurds lay claim to pipeline blast,” Alex Barker, Financial Times, 8 August 2008.

669 “Prepare for global temperature rise of 4C, warns top scientist,” Guardian, 7 August 2008.

670 “BG makes ‘material’ discovery off brazil,” Rebecca Bream, Financial Times, 9 August 2008.

671 “Minister: we must build Kingsnorth to get clean coal,” Patrick Wintour, Guardian, 9 August 2008.

672 “Wildfires in the rise in tinder-dry Britain,” Jamie Doward, Observer, 10 August 2008.

673 “Fifty arrested as green activists clash with police over proposed coal plant,” John Vidal and Tim Webb, Observer, 10 August 2008.

674 “Fifty arrested as green activists clash with police over proposed coal plant,” John Vidal and Tim Webb, Observer, 10 August 2008; “Kingsnorth protest ‘will continue’,” John Vidal, Guardian, 11 August 2008.

675 “Blow dealt to prospect of oil pipeline security,” Isabel Gorst, Financial Times, 11 August 2008.

676 “Opec income at record as oil prices soar,” Javier Blas, Krishna Guha, and Andrew England, Financial Times, 11 August 2008.

677 “Two challenges highlight the scale of the bonanza,” Krishna Guha, Financial Times, 11 August 2008.

678 “On a planet 4C hotter, all we could prepare for is extinction,” Oliver Tickell, Guardian, 11 August 2008.

679 “Giant retailers look to sun for energy savings,” Stephanie Rosenbloom, New York Times, 10 August 2008.

680 “Power to the people,” Sarah Boseley, Guardian, 11 August 2008.

681 “Solar utility: electricity from sunshine on a massive scale in California,” David Biello, Scientific American, 15 August 2008.

682 “Flying high,” Garret Hering, Photon magazine, September 2008.

683 “A tank of the green stuff,” David Strachan, New Scientist, 16 August 2008.

684 “A scripted war,” Economist, 16 August 2008.

685 “The dangers of the safe zone,” Economist, 16 August 2008.

686 “Europe’s energy source lies in the shadow of Russia’s anger,” Alex Brett, Observer, 17 August 2008.

687 “The decade after tomorrow,” Fred Pearce and Michael LePage, New Scientist, 16 August 2008.

688 “Could it be lights out for the Gulf,” Andrew White, arabianbusiness.com, 17 August 2008.

689 Wave power at sea until the tide turns,” Richard Wilson, Sunday Times, 17 August 2008.

690 “LNG project delays may cut 100 million tons of supply,” Dinaker Sethuranem and Catherine Yang, Bloomberg, 20 August 2008.

691 “Revealed: the massive scale of UK’s water consumption,” Felicity Lawrence, Guardian, 20 August 2008.

692 Water, water, everywhere,” Jonathan Chenoweth, New Scientist, 23 August 2008.

693 “Political rifts slow recovery of Iraqi oil,” Carola Hoyos, Roula Khalaf and Ed Crooks, Financial Times, 21 August 2008.

694 “Kazakhstan consider to divert oil export route from BTC to Russia,” HotNewsTurkey.com, 21 August 2008.

695 “The falling oil price is simply the lull before the storm,” Nick Butler, Financial Times, 21 August 2008.

696 “Venture capitalists boost smart power grid move,” Kevin Allison, Financial Times, 21 August 2008.

697 “All clear over safety doubts at Areva’s troublesome reactor, Peggy Hollinger and Robert Anderson, Financial Times, 21 August 2008.

698 “Running out of road,” Bernard Simon and John Reed,” Financial Times, 21 August 2008.

699 “A US drilling boom revives hope for natural gas,” Clifford Kraus, International Herald Tribune, 25 August 2008.

700 “Altogether now, we can fight climate change,” New Scientist, 23 August 2008.

701 “Electric cars power ahead in Japan,” Jonathan Soble, Financial Times, 26 August 2008.

702 “Atomic overtures,” Bertrand Benoit, Financial Times, 26 September 2008.

703 “China halts coal-to-fuel projects to conserve coal supplies,” Winnie Zhu, Bloomberg, 29 August 2008.

704 “UK Coal raises output to capitalise on higher prices,” Mark Milner, Guardian, 29 August 2008.

705 “Generators accused of putting profit before safety,” Graham Keeley, Guardian, 29 August 2008.

706 “China’s lead in race for new nuclear plants could create UK skills famine,” Mark Milner, Guardian, 29 August 2008.

707 Letter to customers from Good Energy CEO Juliet Davenport, 21.8.08.

708 “Geopolitics saps influence of oil giants,” Jad Mouawad, New York Times, 31 August 2008.

709 “This is how we will stand up to Russia’s naked aggression,” Gordon Brown, Observer, 31 August 2008.

710 “Windfall tax being blown off course,” Tim Webb, Observer, 31 August 2008.

711 “Domestic demand offers growth hopes,” Rebecca Bream, Financial Times, 1 September 2008.

712 “Solar Generation V – 2008: Solar electricity for over one billion people and two million jobs by 2020,” EPIA and Greenpeace, 1 September 2008.

713 “New era for sustainable investing,” Sophia Grene, Financial Times, 1 September 2008.

714 “Climate changing in favour of SRI,” Owen Walker, Financial Times, 1 September 2008.

715 “Green jobs: towards decent work in a sustainable low carbon world,” United Nations Environmental programme, September 2008.

716 “Green jobs: towards decent work in a sustainable low carbon world,” United Nations Environmental programme, September 2008.

717 “North Sea operators hard at work,” Chris Skrebowski, Petroleum Review, September 2008.

718 “The rise and fall of Jimmy Cayne,” William D. Cohan, Fortune, 1 September 2008.

719 “Rising costs erode oil industry profits,” Ed Crooks, Financial Times, 3 September 2008.

720 “Another wild summer for oil hits big fund,” Reuters, 3 September 2008

721 “Coal plans go up in smoke,” Juliette Jowit, Guardian, 3 September 2008.

722 “Solar plant yields water and crops from the desert,” Alok Jha, Guardian, 3 September 2008.

723 “We must go green,” Sir Terry Leahy, Guardian, 3 September 2008, edited extracts of a speech given to the Coca-Cola Retail Research Global Forum, Beijing, 22 August.

724 “Change of strategy,” Photon Magazine, October 2008.

725 “Nabucco backers remain composed,” Haig Simonian, Financial Times, 5 September 2007.

726 “Revealed: Brown’s £1bn power windfall,” Julitte Jowit, Guardian, 6 September 2008.

727 “US takes control of Fannie and Freddie,” Krishna Guha, Chris Giles and Saskia Scholtes, Financial Times, 8 September 2008.

728 “Government lies and squishy ethics,” Rob Arnott, Financial Times, 8 September 2008.

729 “US move triggers CDS default,” Aline van Duyn, Financial Times, 9 September 2008.

730 “Shell agrees landmark Iraqi gas deal worth up to $4bn,” Ed Crooks and Roula Khalaf, Financial Times, 9 September 2008.

731 “Saving Fannie and Freddie was nationalisation pure and simple,” Larry Elliot, Guardian, 9 September 2008.

732 “Nationalisation may shore up US housing market,” Ashley Seager, Guardian, 9 September 2008.

733 “Britain lags behind in gas storage boom,” Toby Shelley, Financial Times, 10 September 2008.

734 “Sex and drugs for US oil firm regulators,” Suzanne Goldenberg, Guardian, 11 September 2008.

735 “Oil price fall puts projects at risk,” Carola Hoyos, Financial Times, 12 November 2008.

736 “Producers may pass on cost of energy package to consumers,” Patrick Wintour, Guardian, 12 September 2008.

737 “Lula’s new lucre,” Jonathan Wheatley and Carola Hoyos, Financial Times, 11 September 2008.

738 “Polluters stand to make hundreds of millions from European carbon permit scheme,” David Adam, Guardian, 13 September 2008.

739 “Where your money goes: the definitive atlas of UK government spending,” Guardian, 13 September 2008.

740 Articles by Larry Elliot, Jill Trenor et al. www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/sep/03/lehman-brothers-rescue-bid

741 “Global E&P investments for 2007 remain flat, study finds,” Paul Dittrick, Oil and Gas Journal, 15 September 2008.

742 “Investors warned of risk to oil sands plans,” Ed Crooks, Financial Times, 16 September 2008.

743 “Investors press for discolosure of tar sands risk” Terry Macalister, Guardian, 15 September 2008.

744 “The growth potential for onsite renewable electricity generation in the non domestic sector in England, Scotland and Wales,” Element Energy report published by the Depertment of Business and Regulatory Reformas part of the RES consultation, 15 September 2008.

745 Compiled from many articles in the Financial Times and the Guardian.

746 “Brussel takes on Gazprom in Nigeria,” Matthew green, Financial Times, 17 September 2008.

747 “Eon cuts 400 jobs to trim costs,” PA, Financial Times, 17 September 2008.

748 “New group would have links to 40% of homes,” Jane Croft, Financial Times, 18 September 2008.

749 “Oil price fall and global crisis force suspension of Russian stockmarkets,” Luke Harding, Guardian, 18 September 2008.

750 “The end of lightly regulated finance has come far closer,” Martin Wolf, Financial Times, 17 September 2008.

751 “Ambition cannot dismiss huge risks,” Krishna Guha, Financial Times, 21 September 2008.

752 “RTC repeat may not end the drama,” Gillian Tett, Financial Times, 21 September 2008.

753 “Escape of the bankrupt,” Nick Leeson, Guardian, 19 September 2008.

754 “There is no money at Lehman, please gather your things and leave,” First Person (anonymous), Guardian, 20 September 2008.

755 “Confessions of a sub-prime mortgage baron,” Andrew Clark, 19 September 2008.

756 “The US took action in the face of crisis. We must do the same,” Will Hutton, Observer, 21.9.08.

757 “Shell makes move into Iraq,” Ed Crooks, Financial Times, 23 September 2008.

758 “Senate approves bill with energy trade-offs,” David Ivanovich, Houston Chronicle, 23 September 2008.

759 “Azerbaijan oil export moves likely to cause worry to west,” Isabel Gorst, Financial Times, 25 September 2008.

760 “Al Gore urges civil disobedience to stop coal plants,” Michelle Nichol;s, Reuters, 24 September 2008.

761 “The methane time bomb,” Independent, 23 September 2003.

762 “Mortgage collapse inquiry widened,” Joanna Chung, Financial Times 25 September 2008.

763 “Making waves: UK firm harnesses power of the sea ….in Portugal,” Alok Jha, Guardian, 25 September 2008.

764 “Fears focus on the price of political bargain,” Krishna Guha, Financial Times, 29 September 2008.

765 “Backlash grows over bonuses for culprits of disaster,” Simon Bowers, Guardian, 26 September 2008.

766 “Cracks begin to show in a French consensus,” Ed Crooks, Kate Burgess and Peggy Hollinger, Financial Times, 26 September 2008.

767 “In praise of free markets,” editorial, Financial Times, 27 September 2008.

768 “The blunders that led to catastrophe,” Rob Jameson; “Blinded by science,” editorial, New Scientist, 27 September 2008.

769 “Hedge fund industry faces big closures,” Steve Johnson, Financial Times, 29 September 2008.

770 “The Tories must condemn the City’s moral failure,” Observer leader, 28 September 2008.

771 “How short-selling profited the Tories,” Jamie Doward, Observer, 28 September 2008.

772 “Good day for democracy,” Joseph Stiglitz, Guardian, 1 October 2008.

773 “Congress decides it is worth risking another depression,” Martin Wolf, Financial Times, 1 October 2008.

774 “Dithering Britain needs its own plan, and it may hinge on joinging the euro,” Will Hutton, Guardian, 1 October 2008.

775 “Degrees of caution,” Vicky Pope, Guardian, 1 October 2008.

776 “The brave new world after Wall Street,” editorial, Petroleum Review, October 2008.

777 “Gazprom climbs down on German energy stake,” Chris Bryant, Charles Clover and Catherine Belton, Financial Times, 3 October 2008.

778 “Safer than a government bond,” Micahel Rogol and Christopher Porter, Photon magazine, October 2008.

779 The first 20-percent efficient solar cell,” Olga Papathanasiou, Photon magazine, October 2008.

780 “How the Guardian reported the 1929 crash,” Guardian, 4 October 2008.

781 “1929 and all that,” Economist, 4 October 2008.

782 “Enron was the pit canary, but its death went unheeded,” Bethany McLean, Guardian, 4 October 2008.

783 “Is anyone big enough to save our tottering bank giants,” Heather Conoon, Observer, 5 October 2008.

784 “The 2008 Crash,” Observer supplement, 5 October 2008.

785 “Lehman’s chief blames everyone but himself,” Bernie Becker and Ben White, International Herald Tribune, 8 October 2008.

786 “Desperate for a lull in the storm,” Joe Nocera, International Herald Tribune, 8 October 2008.

787 “Haunted by history,” Clive Webb, Guardian, 3 October 2008.

788 “Former AIG executives face harsh questioning,” Michael J. del Merced and Sharon Otterman, International Herald Tribune, 9 October 2008.

789 “For corporate jet industry, business is good,” Joe Sharkey, International Herald Tribune, 8 October 2008.

790 “Nearly half of FTSE-250 companies keep their carbon footprints hidden,” Terry Macalister, Guardian, 8 October 2008.

791 “Market crash shakes the world,” John Arthers, Chris Giles, Krishna Guha, and Neil Hume, Financial Times, 10 October 2008.

792 “Middle East jubilant over Wall Street woes,” Lionel Barber and Roula Khalaf, Financial Times, 10 October 2008.

793 “Hedge fund manager slams bankers,” James Mackintosh, Financial Times, 17 October 2008.

794 “Wall Street banks in $70bn staff payout,” Simon Bowers, Guardian, 18 October 2008.

795 “When the junk was gold,” Sam James, Financial Times magazine, 18 October 2008.

796 “20bn barrel oil discovery puts Cuba in the big league,” Rory Carroll, Guardian, 18 October 2008.

797 “UK Coal shares plunge 34% after profits warning,” Rebecca Bream and Carola Hoyos, Financial Times 18 October 2008.

798 “Areva in talks with TVO over EPR delays,” Peggy Hollinger, Financial Times, 18 October 2008.

799 “PM urged to take control of builders,” Jim Pickard, Financial Times, 18 October 2008.

800 “UK wind farm plans on brink of failure,” John Vidal, 19 October 2008.

801 “Pensions have billions in toxic assets,” Steve Johnson, Financial Times, 20 October 2008.

802 “Few amazed by hedge fund carnage,” Jonathan Davis, Financial Times, 20 October 2008.

803 “Flood of investor legal actions set to peak,” Joanna Chung, Financial Times, 21 October 1989.

804 “US oil shale resources look promising yet still uncertain,” Paula Dittrick, Oil and Gas Journal, 20 October 2008.

805 “Falling oil price poses a threat to supplies,” Carola Hoyos, Financial Times, 23 October 2008.

806 “Oil-to-fall bets unnerve Opec,” Javier Blas, Financial Times, 24 October 2008.

807 “Greenspan admits he made a mistake,” Alan Beattie and James Politi, Financial Times, 24 October 2008.

808 “Green routes to growth,” Nicholas Stern, Guardian, 23 October 2008.

809 “Stop these irrational gambers now – before the recession turns into something worse,” Will Hutton, Observer, 26 October 2008.

810 “Oil cartel cuts output but price still falls,” Carola Hoyos and Javier Blas, Financial Times, 25 October 2008.

811 “Wht’s behind (and ahead for) the plunging price of oil,” Vivienne Walt, Time, 24 October 2008.

812 “Twilight of the oligarchs,” Luke Harding, Guardian, 25 October 2008.

813 “Supermarkets come in from cold as part of low carbon revolution,” Juliette Jowitt, Guardian, 25 October 2008.

814 “I fear the worst is yet to come,” Dominic Rushe, Sunday Times, 26 October 2008.

815 “Biofuel flying will take off in three years,” Dan Milmo, Guardian, 27 October 2008.

816 “Saudi Aramco’s sunny outlook,” Matthew Simmons, Fortune, 27 October 2008.

817 “The temples of doom,” Rory Carroll, Guardian, 28 October 2008.

818 “World will striggle to meet oil demand,” Carloa Hoyos and Javier Blas, Financial Times, 29 October 2008.

819 “Investment is key to meeting oil needs,” Carola Hoyos and Javier Blas, Financial Times, 29 October 2008.

820 “Kuwait Oil Compny foresees challenges ahead for ‘Vision 2020’,” Kuwait Times, 29 October 2008.

821 “The oil crunch: securing the UK’s energy future,” UK Industry Taskforce on Peak Oil and Energy Security, (www.peakoiltaskforce.net), October 2008.

822 “Russian oil at its peak, says Dudley,” Catherine Belton and Ed Crooks, Financial Times, 30 October 2008.

823 “Rescued bank to pay millions in bonuses,” Simon Bowers, Guardian, 1 November 2008.

824 “Big chill leaves City paralysed by uncertainty,” Brooke Masters, Financial Times, 1 November 2008.

825 “Home building is halved by crunch,” John Willman, Financial Times, 1 November 2008.

826 “Slump in stockmarket wipes out two-thirds of China’s billion aires,” Tania Branigan, Guardian, 1 November 2008.

827 “A sunshade for planet earth,” Robert Kunzig, Scientific American, November 2008.

828 “Economic stimulus: the case for “green” infrastructure, energy security and ‘green’ jobs,” white paper by DB Advisors, Deutsche Bank Group, November 2008.

829 “Axe fossil-fuel handouts, says Browne,” Fiona Harvey, Financial Times, 3 November 2008.

830 “Russia, China leaders agree on ESPO oil pipeline spur,” Eric Watkins, Oil and Gas Journal, 3 November 2008.

831 “Governor, we need a 1% cut,” Will Hutton, Guardian, 5 November 2008.

832 “UK’s oil and gas industry needs its tax incentives,” Malcolm Webb, Chief Executive of Oil and Gas UK, Letter to the Financial Times, 5 November 2008.

833 “Consumers pick up the bill for scarce sources of capital,” Norma Cohen, Financial Times, 7 November 2008.

834 “Oil at $200 will shift power to Opec,” Javier Blas and Carola Hoyos, Financial Times, 6 November 2008.

835 World Energy Outlook 2008, International Energy Agency, 569 pages.

836 “Blow to Brown as BP scraps British renewables plan to focus on US,” Terry Macalister, Guardian, 7 November 2008.

837 “100 days to save the American car industry,” David Gow and Mark Milner, Guardian, 8 November 2008.

838 “Beijing advises west to step up climate efforts,” Geoff Dyer, Financial Times, 8 November 2008.

839 “Now the children can go to school,” Madeleine Bunting, Guardian, 7 November 2008. “In a land of plenty, why do they still go hungry?” David Smith, Observer, 30.November 2008.

840 “This week our leaders have a chance to make the world anew,” Will Hutton, Observer, 9 November 2008.

841 “Mini nuclear power plants to power 20,000 homes,” John Vidal and Nick Rosen, Observer, 9 November 2008.

842 “Solar stocks for a rainy day,” Michael Copeland, Fortune magazine, 10 November 2008.

843 “Exploration crash puts world ‘on bad path’,” Carola Hoyos, Javier Blas and Ed Crooks, Financial Times, 13 November 2008.

844 “World Energy Outlook 2008,” International Energy Agency, November 2008.

845 “Study points to major source of natural gas in Alaska,” Juliet Eilperin, Washington Post, 12 November 2009.

846 “Mexico hedges to protect oil revenues,” Javier Blas and Adam Thomson, Financial Times 13 November 2008.

847 “Brussels gas plan likely to raise temperature,” Joshua Chaffin and Ed Crooks, Financial Times, 14 November 2008.

848 “Peak oil: prominent peaker tells allies to (temporarily) pipe down,” Neil King Jr, Wall Street Journal, 14 Nov 2008.

849 “Kingdom stands vindicated after IEA report on Ghawar,” Syed Rashid Husain, Arab News, 14 November 2008.

850 “Redesigning global finance,” Economist, 15 November 2008.

851 “Crisis long foreshadowed by Keynes,” Jonathan Davis, Financial Times, 17 November 2008.

852 “Into the storm,” Chris Giles, Financial Times, 14 November 2008.

853 “Green new deal makes sense but unlikely,” Reuters, 17 November 2008.

854 “Minister to reassure nuclear investors,” Jean Eaglesham, Financial Times, 17 November 2008.

855 “Volcker blames’ ‘alchemsists’ and bloated bonuses,” Larry Elliot, Guardian, 18 November 2008.

856 “Renewables to emerge leaner, fitter, stronger,” Mike Scott, Financial Times, 17 November 2008.

857 “Britons gloomiest 0ver’green jobs’,” Fiona Harvey, Financial Times, 17 November 2008.

858 “Oil groups expect to see $40 a barrel, says CNOOC chief,” Alan Beattie and Carola Hoyos, Financial Times, 19 November 2008.

859 “Opec disarray as oil sinks to $50,” Carola Hoyos and Javier Blas, Financial Times, 21 November 2008.

860 “Greenwash: BP and the myth of a world ‘Beyond Petroleum’,” Fred Pearce, Guardian, 20 November 2008.

861 “Renewables update,” Credit Suisse, analysis by Investment Banking Department, 21 November 2008.

862 “Oil over the place,” Lex Column, Financial Times, 22 November 2008.

863 “The coolest source of energy ever,” Phil McKenna, New Scientist, 22 November 2008.

864 “Tomorrow, Mr Darling must introduce morality into the city,” Will Hutton, Observer, 23 November 2088.

865 “The eco machine that can magic water out of thin air,” Ed Pilkington, Observer, 23 November 2008.

866 “Energy security will be hit by global slowdown,” Ed Crooks Financial Times, 24 November 2008.

867 “The impact of Asian petrocheicals on future global oil demand,” Stephen Bowers, Presentation to the Energy Institute seminar “Living with oil depletion,” 24 November 2008.

868 “Power in the desert: solar towers will harness sunshine of southern Spain,” Alok Jha, Guardian, 24 November 2008.

869 “The planet is now so vandalised that only total energy renewal can save us,” George Monbiot, Guardian 25 November 2008.

870 “The vision thing,” Chris Giles, Financial Times, 26 November 2008.

871 “Climate safety: In case of emergency,” Public Interest Research Centre, 27 November 2007.

872 “No new coal – the calling card of the ‘green Banksy’ who breached fortress Kingsnorth,” John Vidal, Guardian, 11 December 2008.

873 “Hydrogen’s long road to nowhere,” David Strachan, New Scientist, 29 November 2009.

874 “Heed the visionaries who can ease the pain of recession,” Will Hutton, Observer, 30 November 2008.

875 “Solar Energy: Industry overview,” Vishal Shah, Barclays Capital Equity Research, 1 December 2008.

876 “Definition of zero carbon homes and non-domestic buildings,” Department of Communities and Local Government, Consultation (by Cyril Sweett and Faber Maunsell), December 2008.

877 “A late calling to account,” Will Hutton, Guardian, 2 December 2008.

878 “Emancipation from subsidy programmes,” Anne Kreutzmann and Michael Schmela, Photon, December 2008.

879 “Qatar warns of crude supply shock,” Shakir Husain, Gulf News, 4 December 2008.

880 “After $1th cost of housing collapse, America is now bracing itself for the credit car bill,” Dan Milmo, Guardian, 3 December 2008.

881 “Last contango in oil optimism,” Javier Blas, 5 December 2008.

882 “People rush for government bonds, but experts fear they will become part of the problem,” Ashley Seager, Guardian, 4 December 2008.

883 “Nuclear industry claims it is now ‘sexy’ but admits to rising costs” Terry Macalister, Guardian, 5 December 2008.

884 “Are loans at 100 percent APR good for the poor?” Tim Harford, Financial Times, 6 December 2008.

885 “Peer-to-peer is the ‘Next Big Investment Idea,” Matthew Vincent, Financial Times, 6 December 2008.

886 “Gazprom looks to fuel growth,” Ed Crooks, Financial Times, 10 December 2008.

887 “Petrobras bullish on outlook for new fields,” Jonathan Wheatley, Financial Times, 12 December.

888 “Spend or save? Free-marketeers and the Keynsians row over the road to salvation,” Will Hutton, Observer, 14 December 2008.

889 “Global warming: the way not to mobilise the masses,” Philip Stephens, Financial Times, 14 December 2008.

890 “Bush sanctions last-ditch rescue of US car makers,” Dan Milmo, Guardian, 13 December 2008.

891 “Chapter 11 is the right road for America’s carmakers,” Joseph Stiglitz, Financial Times, 12 December 2008.

892 “What to do with Britain’s banks,” Martin Wolf, Financial Times, 12 December 2008.

893 “Crumbs of comfort, but still no big plan,” Fred Pearce, New Scientist, 20 December 2008.

894 “Revealed: desperate final hours of the world’s biggest ever financial fraud,” Jill Treanor, Guardian, 15 December 2008.

895 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/2/89542248-9821-11de-8d3d-00144feabdc0.html

896 “Madoff’s madness: even before this candal, hedge funds had to change,” editorial, Financial Times, 16 December 2008.

897 “Global trail of victims of the man on the 17th floor,” Andrew Clark, Guardian, 16 December 2008.

898 “Inquiries begin into two suspected cases of multimillion-pound fraud,” Simon Bowers and Jill Treanor, Guardian, 16 December 2008.

899 “We yearn for fighting the kafirs. It is a joyful thing,” Ghaith Abdul-Ahad, Guardian, 15 December 2008.

900 “ ‘Helicopter Ben’ confronts the challenge of a lfietime,” Martin Wolf, Fiancnail Times, 17 December 2008.

901 “China’s economy hits the wall,” Gideon Rachman, Financial Times, 16 December 2008.

902 “Oil glut forces groups to store 50m barrels in supertankers,” Carola Hoyos and Javier Blas, Financial Times, 16 December 2008.

903 “Anger at £6.4bn bonus bonanza at four city banks,” Jill Treanor and James Robinson, Observer, 21 December 2008.

904 “Coal-fired power is given the green light,” Jean Eaglesham, Fiona Harvey and Ed Crooks, Financial Times, 22 December 2008.

905 “Wanted: A Keynes for our times,” Larry Elliot, Guardian, 22 December 2008.

906 “Government buildings emit more CO2 than all of Kenya,” Robert Booth, Guardian, 23 December 2008.

907 “No questions asked,” Francesco Guerrera, Anuj Gangahar, and Deborah Brewster, Financial Times, 20 December 2008.

908 “The fallen giants of finance,” FT writers, Financial Times, 23 December 2008.

909 “Japan to bring back solar power subsidies for homes,” Reuters, 24 December 2008.

910 “Seasonal forgiveness has a limit. Bush and his cronies must face a day of reckoning,” Jonathan Friedland, Guardian, 24 December 2008.

911 “Biofuel jumbo lifts search for green energy,” Alok Jha, Guardian, 31 December 2008.

912 “Europe better prepared to weather gas supply storm,” Stefan Wagstyl and Ed Crooks, Financial Times, 2 January 2009, and other reports in the FT and Guardian.

913 “Andasol 1: heat storage in operation,” Sun & Wind Energy, volume 1, 2009.

914 “Cash cows on diet,” Jeremy Herron, Photon magazine, January 2009.

915 Photon magazine, January 2009.

916 “Least expensive solar power ever,” Garrett Hering, Photon magazine, January 2009.

917 “The fifth peak,” Michael Rogol, Photon magazine, January 2009.

918 “Interest on savings accounts cut to 0.1%,” Elaine Moore and Ellen Kelleher, Financial Times, 3 January 2009.

919 “Three million customers and still counting: the bank getting rich by helping the poor,” Xan Rice, Guardian, 2 January 2009.

920 “If this is like 1932, there will be hope as well as pain,” John Arthurs, Financial Times, 3 January 2009.

921 “Stress test,” Brooke Masters, Financial Times, 3 January 2009.

922 “’What happens in war happens,” Emma Brookes, Observer, 3 January 2009.

923 “Gazprom/Ukraince,” Lex, Financial Times, 6 January 2009.

924 “Wall St remained silent on Madoff suspicions,” Henny Sender, Financial Times, 5 January 2009.

925 “Another bubble is brewing – bonds,” Edward Chancellor, Financial Times, 5 January 2009.

926 “Lower E&P spending ends 6-year global rally,” Sam Fletcher, Oil and Gas Journal, 5 January 2009.

927 “Europe’s plan for alternative pipeline faces big problems,” Ian Traynor, Guardian, 7 January 2009.

928 “Choices made in 2009 will shape the globe’s economy,” Martin Wolf, Financial Times, 7 January 2009.

929 “Exxon CEO advocates emissions tax,” Russell Gold and Ian Talley, Wall Street Journal, 9 January 2009.

930 “Clearing the air,” Robert Kunzig and Wallace Broeckner, New Scientist, 10 January 2009.

931 “Sea absorbing less CO2, scientists discover,” David Adam, Guardian, 12 January 2009.

932 “Banking became too exotic before the crunch, MP’s told,” Phillip Ingham, Guardian, 14 January 2009.

933 “Bernanke urges new bank clear up,” Krishna Guha, Paul J. Davies, Financial Times, 14 January 2009.

934 “Falling oil costs give industry welcome breather,” Ed Crooks, Financial Times, 13 January 2009.

935 “Fuel price volatility slows the drive to go green,” Bernard Simon, Financial Times, 13 January 2009.

936 “Cheap oil not here to stay: ex Talisman CEO,” Richard Foot, Calgary Herald, 14 January 2009.

937 “Bush administration: ‘We tortured Qahtani’,” Ewan MacAskill and Vikram Dodd, Guardian, 15 January 2009.

938 “’War on terror’ was a mistake, says Miliband,” Julian Borger, Guardian, 15 January 2009.

939 “Fears over Britain’s future after plant designer’s row with Finns over delay,” Terry Macalister, Guardian, 15 January 2009.

940 “Fish offer ocean climate hope,” Financial Times, 16 January 2009.

941 “Unless we are decisive Britain faces bankruptcy,” Will Hutton, Obeserver, 18 January 2009.

942 “Let the war on hypocrisy begin,” Henry Porter, Observer, 18 January 2009.

943 “Labour stakes its reputation on second gamble,” Patrick Wintour, Guardian, 19 January 2009.

944 “Let the remaking of America begin today,” Guardian souvenir issue, 21 January 2009.

945 “Sir Fred Goodwin: Imprudent capitalist who risked and lost the respect of his friend Gordon Brown,” Guardian, 21 January 2009.

946 “Why President Obama must mend a sick world economy,” Martin Wolf, Financial Times, 21 January 2009.

947 “Concern remains that bank is on the brink,” Adrian Cox and Jane Croft, Financial Times, 24 January 2009.

948 “Barclays boss admits pledging bank’s shares for personal loan,” Jill Treanor and Nick Fletcher, Guardian, 23 January 2009.

949 “Zero-carbon city solar park to connect to grid,” Karl-Erik Stromstra, Recharge, 23 January 2009.

950 “Solar firms will struggle to survive, say experts,” Karl-Erik Stromstra, Recharge, 23 January 2009.

951 “Sorry is the hardest word,” Simon Hattenstone, Guardian, 24 January 2009.

952 “Yes it’s bad, but at long last the government is getting it right,” Will Hutton, Observer, 25 January 2009.

953 “China fears riots will spread as boom goes sour,” Tania Branigan, Observer, 25 January 2009.

954 “Ermingate: police called to examine corruption allegations in the House of Lords,” Nicholas Watt, Guardian, 26 January 2009.

955 “Hospitals will take meat of menus in bid to cut carbon,” Juliette Jowit, Guardian, 26 January 2009.

956 “Twenty-five people at the heart of the meltdown,” Julia Finch, Guardian, 26 January 2009.

957 “Polluters cash in on carbon trading,” Terry Macalister, Guardian, 28 January 2009.

958 “A measure remodelled,” John Thornhill, Financial Times, 28 January 2009.

959 “EIC’s Green Jobs Growth Strategy: Investing for the Future,” Environmental Industries Commission, press release, 27 January 2009.

960 “The humbling of Davos Man,” John Gapper, Financial Times, 29 January 2009.

961 “Gas chief warns of energy crunch,” Tim Webb, Guardian 29 January 2009.

962 “Japan faces up to the prospect of ‘peak fish’,” David Pilling, Financial Times, 29 January 2009.

963 “The game changer,” George Soros, Financial Times, 29 January 2009.

964 “Oceans will suffocate in a warmer world,” Andy Coghlan, New Scientist, 31 January 2009. Original paper in Nature Geoscience.

965 “How to reduce carbon emissions from existing buildings,” David Strong, Energy World, Fabruary 2009.

966 Environmental Finance, February 2009.

967 “Counting the cost,” Moyowa Ekperigin, Petroleum Review, February 2009.

968 “Acid bath,” Charles Choi, Scientific American, February 2009.

969 Petroleum Review, February 2009.

970 “The greenhouse hamburger,” Nathan Fiala, Scientific American, February 2009.

971 “The race to $1 per W,” Photon magazine, February 2009.

972 “PV sector: the storm before the next upswing,” Jorn Iken, Sun & Wind Energy February 2009.

973 “BP pledges to keep spending plans,” Ed Crooks, Financial Times, 4 February 2009.

974 “BP sees challenges in spite of record profits,” Ed Crooks and Sheila McNulty, Financial Times, 4 February 2009.

975 “Government falling short on CO2 target,” Juliette Jowit, Guardian, 4 February 2009.

976 “Beyond the end of leverage: new banks must arise,” Niall Ferguson, Financial Times, 3 February 2009.

977 “Why Davos Man is waiting for Obama to save him,” Martin Wolf, Financial Times, 3 February 2009.

978 “Is free trade the best way to beat recession?” Larry Elliot, Guardian, 4 f

February 2009.



979 “California dust bowl warning: energy chief says cities will perish unless action is taken,” Suzanne Goldemberg, Guardian, 5 February 2009.

980 “Britain’s need to tackle its energy gap is urgent,” Andrew Duff, Financial Times, 5 February 2009.

981 “Curbing a few bankers is a small price,” John Gapper, Financial Times, 5 February 2009.

982 “Plaintiffs take aim at Madoff’s auditors,” Brooke Masters, Stanley Pignal and Joanna Chung, Financial Times, 6 February 2009.

983 “Make and mend,” Peter Marsh, Financial Times, 9 February 2009.

984 “Near the end of the line,” Karl-Erik Stromstra, Recharge, 6 February 2009.

985 “World Bank and Berlin to bankroll microloans,” Carter Dougherty, International Herald Tribune, 6 February 2009.

986 “Do not destroy the essential catalyst of risk,” Lloyd Blankfein, Financial Times 9 February 2009.

987 “Mexico oil fields to drop – Pemex,” Reuters, 10 February 2009.

988 “Obama rescue bill gets Senate approval,” Ewwen MacAskill, Guardian, 11 February 2009.

989 “Lawyers helped to phrase apologies,” Alex Barker and Jim Pickard, Financial Times, 11 February 2009.

990 “Banking qualifications? I don’t have any formal qualifications,” Guardian, 11 February 2009.

991 “The psychologist’s view,” Oliver James, Guardian, 11 February 2009.

992 “Lloyds faces accusation of tax avoidance,” Guardian, 11 February 2009.

993 “Why Obama’s new Tarp will fail to rescue the banks,” Financial Times, 11 February 2009.

994 “Fastest fall in oil use forecast since 1982,” Ed Crooks, Financial Times, 12 February 2009.

995 “Call to seize green energy moment,” Fiona Harvey, Financial Times, 12 February 2009.

996 “An outline of the case for a ‘green’ stimulus,” Alex Bowen, Sam Fankhauser, Nicholas Stern and Dimitri Zhengelis, Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment and Centre for Climate Change and Economics Policy, Policy Briefing, February 2009.

997 “Drop in demand provides a shock to the system,” Chris Bryant, Financial Times, 11 February 2009.

998 “State to spend billions on CCS,” Anders Bjartnes, Recharge, 13 February 2009.

999 “Isles of plenty,” Tax Gap reporting team, Guardian, 13 February 2009.

1000 “Algae’s green oil glistens,” Darius Snieckus, Recharge, 13 February 2009.

1001 “Can anyone recall what we put in our nuclear dump?” Terry Macalister, Guardian, 16 February 2009.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2009/feb/14/sellafield-records-nuclear-waste

1002 “Too high, too fast: the party’s over for Dubai,” Paul Lewis, Guardian, 14 February 2009.

1003 “Behind tax avoidance lies an ideology that has had its day,” Will Hutton, Guardian, 14 February 2009.

1004 “Total says oil output near peak,” Carola Hoyos, Financial Times, 15 February 2007.

1005 “Bankers kept silent over Madoff fears,” James Doran, Observer, 15 February 2009.

1006 “Banking’s big question: why didn’t anyone stop them?” Nick Mathiason, Heather Connon and Richard Wachman, Observer, 15 February 2009.

1007 “Coal fired power stations are death factories,” Jim Hansen, Observer, 15 February 2009.

1008 “Coal at centre of fierece new climate battle,” Robin McKie, Observer, 15 February 2009.

1009 “Threat of gas price rise as reserves run dry,” Geoffrey Lean, Independent, 16 February 2009.

1010 “UK’s shortage of gas will cost users dear, analysts say,” Robin Pagnamenta, Times, 16 February 2009.

1011 “Exxon replaces 103% of output with new reserves,” Sheila mcNulty, Financial Times, 17 February 2009.

1012 “China’s new king of solar,” Bill Powell, Fortune, 16 February 2009.

1013 “Fiscal sun shines on renewables groups,” Andrew Ward, Financial Times, 5 March 2009.

1014 “Oil industry investments take hit during crisis,” Andy Sambridge, arabianbusiness.com, 18 February 2009.

1015 “Is Aid killing Africa,” Aida Edemariam, Guardian, 19 February 2009.

1016 “Shell to lend Nigeria $3bn,” Ed Crooks, Financial Times, 21 February 2009.

1017 “Robert Bramwell is an unlikely consumer hero,” Miles Brignall, Guardian, 21 February 2009.

1018 “Call for energy investment to double,” Ed Crooks, Financial Times, 23 February 2009.

1019 “A climate for recovery – The colour of stimulus goes green,” Nick Robins, Robert Clover, and Charanjit Singh, HSBC Global Research report, 25 February 2009.

1020 “Total eyes role in trans-Saharan gas pipeline,” Matthew Green, Financial Times, 26 February 2009.

1021 “Liberty groups unite,” Tracy McVeigh, Observer, 1 March 2009.

1022 “Thousands head for Washington to protest against coal power,” Suzanne Goldemberg, Guardian, 28 February 2009.

1023 “Modules with a minimal CO2 footprint,” Volker Buddensiek, Sun and Wind Energy, 3/2009, March 2009.

1024 “Little smiles on long faces,” William Hirschman, Photon magazine, March 2009.

1025 “Goodwin took hard line on ‘clawing back’ RBS pensions,” Heather Conran, Observer, 1 March 2009.

1026 “Living withing our means: avoiding the ultimate recession,” Forum for the Future special publication, Matrch 2009, 72pp.

1027 “Prosperity without growth: The transition to a sustainable economy,” Tim Jackson, Sustainable Development Commission, March 2009.

http://www.sd-commission.org.uk/publications/downloads/prosperity_without_growth_report.pdf

1028 “HSBC’s record cash call and sub-prime mortgage disaster pull FTSE to a six-year low,” Jill Treanor, Guardian, 3 March 2009.

1029 “Contractors suffer as Dubai payments dry up,” Robin Wigglesworth and David Flicking, Financial Times, 3 March 2009.

1030 “This is not youthful revellion. We see the catastrophe ahead,” Joss Garman, Observer, 8 March 2009.

1031 “Wind farms seek state aid to keep moving,” Terry Macalister, Guardian, 9 March 2009.

1032 “Expansion of LNG threatens gas glut,” Ed Crooks, Financial Times, 9 March 2009.

1033 “ADB fears global asset falls might have hit $50,000bn,” Raphael Minder and Alan Beattie, Financial Times, 9 March 2009.

1034 “Czech leader joins meeting of climate change deniers,” Suzanne Goldemberg, Guardian, 9 March 2009.

1035 “Sea level could rise by more than a matre by 2100, experts say,” David Adam, Guardian, 11 March 2009.

1036 “Welch slams the obsession with shareholder value as a ‘dumb idea’,” Francesco Guerrera, Financial Times, 13 March 2009.

1037 “Big business unaware of looming emissions bill,” Fiona Harvey, Financial Times, 12 March 2009.

1038 “IEA says non-Opec oil supply will fall,” Carola Hoyos, Financial Times, 14 March 2009.

1039 “Wen calls on the US to offer fiscal guarantees,” Geoff Dyer and Alan Beattie, Financial Times, 14 March 2009.

1040 “Emissions disclosure study puts Shell bottom of the big oil class,” Carola Hoyos, Financial Times 16 March 2009.

1041 “Brown: I should have done more to prevent bank crisis,” Patrick Wintour and Nicolas Watt, Guardian, 16 March 2009.

1042 “A quest for other ways,” David Pilling and Ralph Atkins, Financial Times, 16 March 2009.

1043 “Judge upholds bank’s attempt to gag Guardian,” David Leigh, Guardian, 20 March 2009.

1044 “Deadly crop fungus brings famine threat to developing world, “John Vidal, Guardian 20 March 2009.

1045 “Banker fury over tax ‘with-hunt’,” FT reporters, Financial Times, 21 March 2009.

1046 “Bank faces probe over ’threats’ to directors,” Toby Helm, Jamie Doward and Paul Kelbie, Observer, 22 March 2009.

1047 “Americans angered by fresh revelations about AIG’s bonuses,” Paul Harris, Observer, 22 March 2009.

1048 “Chips down for casino banks,” Ruth Sutherland, Observer, 22 March 2009.

1049 “Scandal sullies Spain’s clean energy,” Giles Tremlett, Observer, 22 March 2009.

1050 “Why the sun is sinking for ethical investors,” Harriet Mayer, Observer, 22 March 2009.

1051 “WTO predicts 9% fall in world trade,” Frances Williams, Financial Times, 24 March 2009.

1052 “MBA arrogance and the myth of leadership,” Philip Delves, Broughton, Financial Times, 23 March 2009.

1053 “Woodchips with everything. It’s the Atkins plan of the low-carbon world,” George Monbiot, Guardian, 24 March 2009.

1054 “State intervention vital if Britain is to meet its green energy targets, says former BP boss,” Alan Rusbridger and David Adam, Guardian, 25 March 2009.

1055 “US banks pull out of $11bn Barclays tax avoidance partnerships,” David Leigh and Felicity Lawrence, Guardian, 27 March 2009.

1056 “Out in the open: recession exposes America’s homeless underclass,” Oliver Burkeman, Guardian, 27 March 2009.

1057 “PM urged to pledge faith in capitalism,” Brian Groom, Financial Times, 28 March 2009.

1058 “An arresting bet for traders,” David Teather, Guardian, 1 April 2009.

1059 “Baton charges and kettling: police crowd control tactics under fire,” Sandra Laville and Duncan Campbell, Guardian, 3 April 2009.

1060 “Why G20 leaders will fail to deal with the big challenge,” Martin Wolf, Financial Times, 1 April 2009.

1061 The sequence of events described over the next 10 days are from “How G20 Ian Tomlinson footage spread shock around the world,” Peter Waler and Tom Phillips, Guardian, 11 April 2009.

1062 “The impact of renewable energy policy on economic growth and employment in the European Union,” Summary of the results of the Employ-RES research project conducted on behalf of the European Commission DG Energy and Transport, April 2009.

1063 Photon, April 2009.

1064 “RPS to replace FiT,” Dominik Sollman, Photon, April 2009.

1065 “The numbers,” Financial Times G20 summit compilation, 2 April 2009.

1066 “How the taxpayer could be poisoned by toxic assets,” Elena Moya, Guardian, 2 April 2009.

1067 “Sun, fun and pillows give way to Robocop,” Matthew Engel, Financial Times, 2 April 2009.

1068 “Bankers rage at G20 ‘with hunt’ against bonuses and buccaneers,” Elena Moya, Guardian, 4 April 2009.

1069 “The storm: the world economic crisis and what it means,” Vince Cable, Atlantic, 2009.

1070 “The ‘savings account’ paying 9%,” Rupert Jones, Guardian, 4 April 2009.

1071 “Chevron and Exxon follow different paths to strike it rich,” Sheila McNulty, Financial Times, 6 April 2009.

1072 “Qatar remains undeterred on LNG projects,” Andrew England, Financial Times, 6 April 2009.

1073 “Gasping at Gazprom, The Lex Column, Financial Times, 6 April 2008.

1074 “Theory of oil-shock recession,” Ed Crooks, Financial Times, 6 April 2008.

1075 “Don’t build your hopes up too soon,” Ashley Seager, Guardian, 6 April 2009.

1076 “G8 warns of hunger threat to global stability,” Javier Blas, Financial Times, 7 April 2009.

1077 “Assistance soars as rich nations confront the needy,” Hal Weitzman, Financial Times, 7 April 2009.

1078 “A sustainable New Deal,” Sustainable Development Commission booklet, April 2009.

1079 “Academies of the apocalypse?” Adam James, Guardian, 7 April 2009.

1080 “Greenwash: E.On’s ‘integrated’ technology claim is shamless spin.” Fred Pearce, Guardian, 9 April 2009.

1081 “Investing $3.1bn in green firms in emerging nations,” Anders Bjartnes, Recharge, 9 April 2009.

1082 “Ice loss reignites global warming fears,” Fiona Harvey, Financial Times, 11 April 2009.

1083 “A green city blooms in the desert,” Julia Ioffe, Fortune, 13 April 2009.

1084 “Skills exodus warning to energy sector,” Santosh Perumal, Gulf Times, 14 April 2009.

1085 “Saudis set aside $800m to secure overseas food,” Andrew England and Javier Blas, Financial Times, 15 April 2009.

1086 “Call to favour nuclear over wind,” Terry Macalister, Guardian, 17 March 2009.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/mar/16/nuclear-power-renewables-edf

1087 “Boomtime ‘apathy’ on mutuals attacked,” Jim Pickard, Financial Times, 17 April 2009.

1088 “Potential bonanza sabotaged by the insurgency and American control,” Julian Borger, Terry Macalister, and Martin Chulov, Guardian, 16 April 2009.

1089 “Anger after government halts solar energy grant programme,” Ashley Seager, Guardian, 17 March 2009.

1090 “No, minister: mandarins frustrate Miliband’s green revolution,” Independent, 17 March 2009.

1091 Shell drops wind and solar power research,” Tim Webb, Guardian, 18 March 2009.

1092 “Cutting back financial capitalism is America’s big test,” Martin Wolf, Financial Times, 15 April 2009.

1093 “China sows seeds of food self-sufficiency,” Javier Blas and Geoff Dyer, Financial Times, 17 April 2009.

1094 “Space, the final frontier,” Suzanne Goldemberg, Guardian, 17 April 2009.

1095 “A radical air apparent for carbon capture,” Darius Snieckus, Recharge, 17 April 2009.

1096 “Venture capital investment falls,” Richard Waters, Financial Times, 18 April 2009,

1097 “The most hazardous place in Europe,” Robin McKie, Observer, 19 April 2009.

1098 “Cheap oil forever,” Ruchir Sharma, Newsweek, 20 April 2009.

1099 “ExxonMobil tops Fortune 500 while other big names bow out,” Andrew Clark, Guardian, 20 April 2009.

1100 “Venture capital firms hit by excesses,” Richard Waters and Joseph Menn, Financial Times, 20 April 2009.

1101 “Secret police intelligence was given to private firm,” Matthew Taylor and Paul Lewis, Guardian, 20 April 2009.

1102 “EDF accused of spying on anti-nuclear groups,” Peggy Hollinger, Financial Times, 21 April 2009.

1103 “At the core of this policing crisis is a leadership failure,” David Gilbertson, Guardian, 20 April 2009.

1104 “South Korea lights the way with its £23bn green deal,” Jonathan Watts, Guardian, 21 April 2009.

1105 “Seoul searching for an economic stimulus – we can all learn from this carbon chameleon,” Terry Macalister, Recharge, 8 May 2009.

1106 “Labour’s leaving present,” Larry Elliot, Guardian, 23 April 2009.

1107 “Persia to the North Sea, and after,” Ed Crooks, Financial Times, Financial Times, 27 April 2009.

1108 “50p rate will create new brain drain, bosses warn,” Patrick Collinson, Tony Levene, Ruth Sutherland, Guardian, 23 April 2009.

1109 “Oil prices resist the world’s recession trend,” Jad Mouawad, New York Times, 22 April 2009.

1110 “Miliband promises new wera of clean coal – but who will pay?” John Vidal and Julitte Jowit, Guardian, 24 April 2009.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2009/apr/24/energy-coal-carbon-capture-environment

1111 “Oil will peak after recession,” Rowena Mason, Bloomberg, 26 April 2009.

1112 “World oil production: trouble sooner,” Bob Hirsch, powerpoint presentation, 26 April 2009.

1113 “It’s hard to believe this is what’s melting the glaciers,” Elisabeth Rosenthal, New York Times, 26 April 2009.

1114 “Britain’spower is draining awy, so what sort of nation are we left with?” Will Hutton, Observer, 26 April 2009.

1115 “Bonds are not yet due a reversal of fortunes,” John Arthurs, Financial Times, 25 April 2009.

1116 “War that made a president,” Jonathan Freedland, Guardian, 28 February 2009.

1117 “Anger at plans for nuclear power station to replace wind farm,” Terry Macalister, Guardian, 28 April 2009.

1118 “Obama poll shows US split on torture,” Guardian, 27 April 2009.

1119 “World arms trade up 20% in five years, says peace research group,” Richard Norton-Taylor, Guardian, 27 April 2009.

1120 “Gore calls on world to burn less wood to curb ‘black carbon’,” John Vidal, Guardian, 29 April 2009.

1121 “Recession and oil demand: looking to recovery,” Steven Kopits, Douglas-Westwood research paper, 28 April 2009.

1122 “Climate countdown: half a trillion tonnes left to burn,” David Adam, Guardian, 29 April 2009.

1123 “World’s biggest solar tower lights up,” Ben Backwell, Recharge, 1 May 2009.

1124 “The solar energy handbook: The second growth phase of solar energy era,” Vishal Shah, Barclays Research, 1 May 2009.

1125 Photon, May 2009.

1126 “Abu Dhabi looks to trim $4bn from cost of building Masdar,” Karl-Erik Stromstra, Recharge, 1 May 2009.

1127 “Whirling destruction saps forests’ carbon uptake, New Scientist, 2 May 2009.

1128 “Russia to build floating Arctic nuclear stations,” John Vidal, Observer, 3 May 2009.

1129 “Cleantech squeezed by drop in financing,” Kate Galbraith, New York Times, 4 May 2009.

1130 “Mafia link to Sicily wind farms probed,” Guy Dinmore, Financial Times, 5 May 2009.

1131 “CBI tested in spat over Heathrow runway,” Jim Pickard, Financial Times, 5 May 2009.

1132 “Oil groups to end 40 year Iraq exile,” Carola Hoyos, Financial Times, 7 May 2009.

1133 “Insolvent banks should feel market discipline,” Matthew Richardson and Nouriel Roubini, Financial Times, 7 May 2009.

1134 “Ashley Seager spent £8,500 on solar roof panels and is now reaping the reward,” Guardian, 9 May 2009.

1135 Nicholas Stern, “A blueprint for a safer planet,” Bodley Head, 256 pp, 2009. Reviewed by Fred Pearce, Guardian, 9 May 2009.

1136 Anthony Giddens, “The politics of climate change,” Polity, 256pp, 2009. Reviewed by Fred Pearce, Guardian, 9 May 2009.

1137 Yda Schreuder, “The corporate greenhouse,” Zed, 256pp, 2009. Reviewed by Fred Pearce, Guardian, 9 May 2009.

1138 “UK nuclear hopeful Areva attacked on safety,” Terry Macalister, Guardian, 10 May 2009.

1139 “Nuclear anxiety,” David Sanger, 10 May 2009.

1140 “G20 police ‘used undercover men to incite crowds’,” Jamie Doward and Mark Townsend, Observer, 10 May 2009.

1141 “’Dragon’ academy teaches teenagers who quit school to become tycoons,” Liz Lightfoot, Observer, 10 May 2009.

1142 “Every home to be fitted with ‘smart’ meters,” Fiona Harvey, Financial Times, 9 May 2009.

1143 “Boxing clever: every UK household may get smart meter for gas and electricity,” Adam Vaughan, Guardian, 12 May 2009.

1144 “Oil boon,” The Lex Column, Financial Times, 11 May 2009.

1145 “Peak oil, not speculation,” Steven Kopits, Douglas-Westwood Industry Comment, 11 May 2009.

1146 “It’s not bankers Labour is watching, it’s you,” Larry Elliot, Guardian, 11 May 2009.

1147 “UK fired up to take the lead in the global marketplace,” Alok Jha, Guardian, 12 May 2009.

1148 “We must cut our emissions to keep the lights on,” Dorothy Thompson, Guardian, 12 May 2009.

1149 “Sun sets on BP’s hopes,” Ed Crooks, Financial Times, 13 May 2009.

1150 “BP on solar power: the industry hits back,” Ed Crooks, ft.com/energysource, 14 May 2009.

1151 “2020: A vision for PV in the UK,” UK Photovoltaic Manufacturers Association special report (www.uk-pv.org), 13 May 2009. Also: “BP on solar power: the industry hits back,” Ed Crooks, ft.com/energysource, 14 May 2009.

1152 “Hooray! The Array is now under way,” Editorial, Recharge, 15 May 2009.

1153 “’True green’ solar flies its true colours,” Darius Snieckus, Recharge, 15 May 2009.

1154 “Renewables Global Status Report: 2009 Update” Renewable Energy Policy Network for the 21st Century, May 2009.

1155 “Safety scares at Sellafield threaten to undermine nuclear ‘renaissance’,” Terry Macalister, Guardian, 17 May 2009.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/may/17/safety-scares-at-sellafield

1156 “Two more radiation leaks from British submarines revealed,” Rob Edwards, Guardian, 19 May 2009.

1157 “Call for public inquiry over new nuclear stations,” Terry Macalister, Guardian, 18 May 2009.

1158 “Growing pains,” Guardian editorial, 18 May 2009.

1159 “Ford and Honda pull out of scrappage scheme,” Tim Webb, Guardian, 19 May 2009.

1160 “Thorp nuclear plant may close for years,” John Vidal, Guardian, 19 May 2009.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2009/may/19/thorp-nuclear-plant-white-elephant 

1161 “Revealed: US and China’s secret climate change talks,” Suzanne Goldemberg, Guardian, 19 May 2009.

1162 “Admissions on emissions,” Ma Jin, Guardian, 19 May 2009.

1163 “Unlikely alliance aims to drive gas guzzlers off the highways,” Tom Braithwaite and Bernard Simon, Financial Times, 20 May 2009.

1164 “Shell projects face renewed opposition,” Carola Hoyos, Financial Times, 19 May 2009.

1165 “Investors rebel over executive pay at Shell,” Kate Burgess and Martin Steen, Financial Times, 20 May 2009.

1166 “Italian solar energy rush risks overheating,” Guy Dinmore, Financial Times, 19 May 2009.

1167 “Russia sees gloom despite rise in oil,” Gregory L. White, Wall Street Journal, 20 May 2009.

1168 “This crisis is a moment, but may not be a defining one,” Martin Wolf, Financial Times, 20 May 2009.

1169 “Electricity use faces first fall since 1945,” Kate Mackenzie, Financial Times, 22 May 2009.

1170 “A renaaisance of renewables,” special section of Recharge, 22 May 2009.

1171 “Let us tap into renewables, insurance companies urge,” Anders Bjartnes, Recharge, 22 May 2009.

1172 “Shell board told to pay back bonuses,” Richard Wachman, Observer, 24 May 2009.

1173 “Off Singapore, hulking reminders of lull in trade,” Keith Bradsher, New York Times, 24 May 2009.

1174 “Saudi warns of $150 oil within three years,” Giulia Segreti, Financial Times, 26 May 2009.

1175 “No Kremlin guarantee of gas to EU,” Nadia Popova, Moscow Times, 25 May 2009.

1176 “Oil industry threatened after militants resume pipeline attacks,” Matthew Green, Financial Times, 26 May 2009.

1177 “Heal the economy to mend the politics,” Larry Elliot, Guardian, 25 May 2009.

1178 “CERA study says Canadian oil sands boost total GHG emissions 5-10%,” Oil and Gas Journal, 25 May 2009.

1179 “Nuclear power warning for UK,” Ed Crooks, Financial Times, 26 May 2009.

http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/16b1c192-498d-11de-9e19-00144feabdc0.html

1180 “Oil-rich region faces gas shortfall,” Andrew England, Financial Times, 26 May 2009.

1181 “Volatility prompts a paude for breath,” Carola Hoyos, Financial Times, 26 May 2009. Lead article in special report on energy.

1182 “It’s time for renewables,” Jeremy Leggett, Financial Times, 26 May 2009.

1183 “Energy demand set to rise 44%,” Financial Times, 28 May 2009.

1184 “China puts its faith in solar power with huge investment,” Jonathan Watts, Guardian, 27 May 2009.

1185 “Havens of hope,” Madeleine Bunting, Guardian, 27 May 2009.

1186 “Shell to compensate shareholders,” Jill Treanor, Guardian, 1 June 2009.

1187 “End of an era as lumbering GM crashes,” John Griffiths, Financial Times, 1 June 2009.

1188 “Russia urges global help for country to pay gas bill,” Luke Harding, Guardian, 2 June 2009.

1189 “Abdullah’s agenda<” Andrew England and Abeer Allam, Financial Times, 1 June 2009.

1190 “A mechanism of hot air,” Madhusree Mukerjee, Scientific American, June 2009.

1191 “Brazil speeds ahead with pre-salt development,” Patrick Knight, Petroleum Review, June 2009.

1192 “Counting the cost of dismantling,” Mark Rowe and Suzanne Koelega, Petroleum Review, June 2009.

1193 “Remnants of the future,” Christoph Podewils, Photon, June 2009.

1194 Photon magazine, June 2009.

1195 “Money is expensive,” Jeremy Herron, Photon, June 2009.

1196 “Just 0.2 percent from paradise,” Dominik Sollmann, Photon, June 2009.

1197 “Barclays,” The Lex Column, Financial Times, 2 June 2009.

1198 “Floored boards,” Kate Burgess and Richard Milne, Financial Times, 2 June 2009.

1199 “Tide turns in favour of green energy,” Guardian, 4 June 2009.

1200 “Feeling the heat,” Fiona Harvey, Chris Bryant and Kathrin Hille, Financial Times, 3 June 2009.

1201 Hurricane season finds energy groups unready,” Paul J. Davies and Sheila McNulty, Financial Times, 3 June 2009

1202 “Hedge funds poised for $50bn boost,” Anuj Gangahar, Financial Times, 3 June 2009.

1203 “Barclays to scrap final salary pensions,” Norma Cohen, Financial Times, 4 June 2009.

1204 “Bullish Goldman sends oil soaring,” Javier Blas and Chris Flood, Financial Times, 5 June 2009.

http://www.ft.com/cms/84d2eba2-2a26-11dc-9208 000b5df10621.html?_i_referralObject=5931014&fromSearch=n

1205 “Crude leads rally with charge towards $70,” Chris Flood, Financial Times, 5 June 2009.

1206 “Top corporations ‘fail to offer information on effects of climate change’,” Suzanne Goldemberg, Guardian, 4 June 2009.

1207 “Readers give their verdict: first fix the electoral system,” Guardian, 4 June 2009.

1208 “Venture capitalists head for the door,” Pui-Wing Tam, Wall Street Journal, 5 June 2009.

1209 “Big boost for solar and geothermal,” Banjamin Romano, Recharge, 5 June 2009.

1210 “Energy bill ‘too weak’,” Ben Backwell, Recharge, 5 June 2009.

1211 “China teams up with Singapore to build huge eco city,” Jonathan Watts, Guardian, 5 June 2009.

1212 “Hybrid solar-power system promises to gain ground,” Darius Snieckus, Recharge, 5 June 2009.

1213 “China is winning the technology race,” Recharge, 5 June 2009.

1214 “Oil - the next shock waiting in the pipeline,” Vince Cable, Daily Mail, 6 June 2009.

1215 “Profits or principles,” Patrick Collinson, Guardian, 6 June 2009.

1216 http://www.economist.com/businessfinance/displaystory.cfm?story_id=13788418

1217 “Protests against Putin sweep Russia as factories go broke,” Luke Harding, Observer, 7 June 2009.

1218 “Beyond oil: a Switzerland in the sands,” Ruth Sutherland, Observer, 7 June 2009.

1219 “They had parties, we had the hangover,” Ruth Sutherland, Observer, 7 June 2009. Review of: Gillian Tett, “Fool’s Gold: How unrestrained greed corrupted a dream, shattered global markets and unleashed a catastrophe,” Little, Brown, 301pp, 2009.

1220 “Credit where credit is due,” Howard Davies, Financial Times, 25 April 2009.

1221 “Is solar power dead in the water?” Robert Glennon, Washington Post, 7 June 2009.

1222 “What a way to run a country,” David Runciman, Observer, 7 June 2009. Review of: “The life and death of democracy,” John Keane, Simon and Schuster, pp992, 2009.

1223 “13 years after Ken Saro-Wiwa execution, oil giant Shell to pay $15.5m to the Ogoni nine,” Ed Pilkington, Guardian, 5 June 2009.

1224 “U.S. Foresees a Thinner Cushion of Coal,” Rebecca Smith, Wall Street Journal, 8 June 2009.

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB124414770220386457.html

1225 “Deans fight crisis fires with MBA overhaul,” Della Bradshaw, Financial Times, 8 June 2009.

1226 “Is fascism on the march again,” Guardian, 9 June 2009.

1227 “China launches green power revolution to catch up on west,” Julian Borger and Jonathan Watts, Guardian, 10 June 2009.

1228 “Unconventional sources promise rich natural gas harvest,” Sheila McNulty, Financial Times, 10 June 2009.

1229 “BP's Tony Hayward warns of dwindling demand for oil,” Robin Pagnamenta and Carl Mortished, Times, 11 June 2009.

http://business.timesonline.co.uk/tol/business/industry_sectors/natural_resources/article6472197.ece

1230 “Oil climbs above $72 as China imports rise, U.S. supplies fall,” Ben Sharples, Bloomberg, 11 June 2009.

1231 “We are fighting for our lives and our dignity,” John Vidal, The Guardian, 13 June 2009,

1232http://www.smh.com.au/environment/climate-change/coal-group-coy-about-port-exposure-to-rising-seas-20090614-c7g3.html

1233 “German industrial giants sign up to turn Africa’s sunshine into Europe’s electricity,” Kate Connolly, Guardian, 17 June 2009.

1234 “Power from the Sahara,” Anders Bjartnes, Recharge, 19 June 2009.

1235 “How today’s global recession tracks the Great Depression,” Martin Wolf, 17 June 2009.

1236 “My three steps to financial reform,” George Soros, Financial Times, 17 June 2009.

1237 “The softly-softly slope,” Larry Elliot, Guardian, 18 June 2009.

1238 “Goodwin to return a third of pension,” Jane Croft and Jean Eaglesham, Financial Times, 19 June 2009.

1239 “Now the weather forecast for the next hundred years,” David Adam, Guardian, 19 June 2009.

1240 “CO2 warning: 3.6tn tonnes and counting,” Adam Vaughan, Guardian, 19 June 2009.

1241 “The key to the green car revolution? It’s hidden beneath Bolivia’s vast salt flats,” Rory Carroll, Guardian, 18 June 2009.

1242 “Firms chashing in on energy efficiency,” Christopher Hopson, Recharge, 19 June 2009.

1243 “Markets still not ready for any IPO revival,” Hugo Greenhalgh, Financial Times, 20 June 2009.

1244 “Brown demands emergency plan to stop oil wrecking recovery,” Heather Stewart and Larry Elliot, Observer, 21 June 2009.

1245 “Greens told oil is here to stay,” Dominic O’Connell and Jonathan Leake, Sunday Times, 21 June 2006.

http://business.timesonline.co.uk/tol/business/markets/the gulf/article6543964.ece

1246 “Revealed: catalogue of atomic leaks,” Terry Macalister and Rob Edwards, Observer, 21 June 2009.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2009/jun/21/nuclear-power-stations-inspector-watchdog

1247 “Goldman to make record bonus payout,” Phillip Inman, Observer, 21 June 2009.

1248 “Military cololssus beats swords into solar cells,” Dominic O’Connell, Sunday Times, 21 June 2009.

1249 “Britain’s credit rating is on the danger list – and so is Gordon Brown’s credibility,” Larry Elliot, Guardian, 22 June 2009.

1250 “Managers embrace ‘sustainable’ principles,” Financial Times, 22 June 2009.

1251 “IEA says potential for oil supply crunch by 2014,” Reuters, Finanacial Post, 23 June 2009.

http://www.financialpost.com/news-sectors/trading-desk/energy/story.html?id=1724399

1252 “Energy investment to lag further: IEA,” Muriel Boselli, Reuters, Globe & Mail, 23 June 2009.

1253 “City watchdog: exhaustion may kill off banks overhaul,” Jill Treanor, Guardian, 24 April 2009.

1254 “Carbon targets ‘dangerously optimistic’,” Felicity Carus, Guardian, 24 June 2009.

1255 “Opec and EU say regulation is needed to stop oil bubble,” Boris Groendahl, The Guardian/Reuters, 23 June 2009.

1256 “King hits at Treasury policy,” Chris Giles, Financial Times, 25 June 2009.

1257 “Return of the gravy train – did the crash really change the City at all?” Dan Roberts and Philip Inman, Guardian, 25 June 2009.

1258 “Downturn slashes ranks of super-rich,” Megan Murphy, Financial Times, 25 June 2009.

1259 “Gazprom’s $2.5bn gas deal with Nigeria raises European concerns,” Matthew Green, Financial Times, 26 June 2009.

1260 “When the giving stops,” Vanessa Houlder, Financial Times, 25 June 2009.

http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/f0bfca14-5ec3-11de-91ad-00144feabdc0,dwp_uuid=672232c6-1385-11de-9e32-0000779fd2ac.html

1261 “Obama pleads with congress to pass historic climate bill,” Suzanne Goldemberg, Guardian, 26 June 2009.

1262 “Obama’s climate bill passes Congress,” Suzanne Goldemberg, Guardian, 27 June 2009.

1263 “Learning how to play carbon catch-up,” ReCharge, 26 June 2009.

1264 “Pioneering CCS plant releases carbon after local opposition,” Terry Slavin, ReCharge, 26 June 2009.

1265 http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2009/jul/29/germany-carbon-capture

1266 “Fears for safety as nuclear watchdog hires staff from firms pitching to build reactors,” Tim Webb, Guardian, 27 June 2009.

1267 “Britain loses moral high ground as MP’s expenses scandal leaves reputations in tatters,” George Parker and Alex Barker, Financial Times, 27 June 2009.

1268 “Alternative social investments,” Economist, 27 June 2009.

http://www.economist.com/businessfinance/displaystory.cfm?story_id=13903053

1269 “Labour remains intensely relaxed about people getting rich,” William Keegan, Observer, 28 June 2009.

1270 “Banks exploiting obscure law to raid accounts and recover debt,” San Dunn, Observer, 28 June 2009.

1271 “Debt agencies act illegally and chase wrong people,” Tracy McVeigh, Observer, 28 June 2009.

1272 “IEA cuts forecasts for oil demand sharply,” Carola Hoyos, Financial Times, 30 June 2009.

http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/dffed620-648b-11de-a13f-00144feabdc0.html

1273 “Green groups to sue Treasury on RBS investments,” Megan Murphy, Financial Times, 30 June 2009.

1274 “Recovery threatened by toxic assets still hidden in key banks,” Kathryn Hopkins and Heather Stewart, Guardian, 29 June 2009.

1275 “French nuclear industry accused of hijacking global renewables forum,” Terry Macalister, Guardian, 29 June 2009.

1276 “The Climate change climate change,” Kimberley Strassel, Wall Street Journal, 29 June 2009.

1277 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/7b34ebb0-65a0-11de-8e34-00144feabdc0.html

1278 Photon magazine, July 2009.

1279 http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2009/jul/02/uk-renewables-potential-carbon-trust

1280 http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2008/may/28/climatechange.fossilfuels

1281 http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/libertycentral/2009/jun/30/shell-oil-niger-delta

1282 http://www.sciamdigital.com/index.cfm?fa=Products.ViewIssuePreview&ARTICLEID_CHAR=CCCDA593-237D-9F22-E8BACE8F0C04EFCB “Grassoline at the pump,” George Huber and Bruce Dale, Scientific American, July 2009.

1283 http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=act-now-on-global-warming

1284 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/66f630e8-676a-11de-925f-00144feabdc0.html

1285 “Germany snubbed as Irena goes to Abu Dhabi,” Karl-Erik Stromstra, Recharge, 3 July 2009.

1286 http://business.timesonline.co.uk/tol/business/industry_sectors/utilities/article6626811.ece

1287 “Minister takes defiant stance against emissions targets,” Karl-Erik Stromstra, Recharge, 3 July 2009.

1288 http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2009/jul/03/drax-coal-train-trial-guilty

1289 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/96ba3ac6-680b-11de-848a-00144feabdc0.html

1290 http://www.happyplanetindex.org/news/

1291 http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/jul/05/debt-collectors-private-equity

1292 http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2009/jul/05/will-hutton-recession-britain-debt

1293 http://www.rechargenews.com/energy/solar/article182644.ece?print=true

1294 http://search.ft.com/search?queryText=curbs+on+oil+trading&aje=true&dse=&dsz=

1295 http://www.rechargenews.com/business_area/finance/article182766.ece

1296 http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/jul/08/alistair-darling-banking-reforms-white-paper

1297 http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2009/jul/08/alistair-darling-banking-reform-plans

1298 http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/energy/oilandgas/5779908/UK-facing-energy-crunch-as-North-Sea-oil-and-gas-cash-dries-up.html

1299 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/57f34668-6af7-11de-861d-00144feabdc0,s01=1.html

1300 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/98686008-6b55-11de-861d-00144feabdc0.html

1301 http://www.guardian.co.uk/politics/2009/jul/08/mi5-mi6-acccused-of-torture

1302 http://www.guardian.co.uk/politics/2009/jul/07/g20-protests-police-tactics

1303 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/2ded2ba2-6c84-11de-a6e6-00144feabdc0,dwp_uuid=1491273a-66fd-11de-925f-00144feabdc0.html

1304 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/8733a9b2-6cab-11de-af56-00144feabdc0.html

1305 “E.ON signals intentions to shine in solar sector,” Karl-Erik Stromstra, Recharge, 10 July 2009.

1306 http://www.telegraph.co.uk/comment/personal-view/5797975/Why-Whitehall-hates-solar-panels.html

1307 http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2009/jul/12/india-water-supply-bhopalhttp://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2009/jul/12/india-water-supply-bhopal

1308 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/ef9c1798-6f2e-11de-9109-00144feabdc0.html

1309 http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2009/jul/12/comment-will-hutton-university-funding

1310 http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/world/europe/article6695437.ece

1311 http://www.guardian.co.uk/politics/2009/jul/15/labour-green-energy-revolution-plan Also: “Renewable Energy Financial Incentives,” Department of Energy and Climate Change, 15 July 2009.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/politics/2009/jul/15/labour-green-energy-revolution-plan

1312 http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b00ljptz/The_World_Tonight_15_07_2009/

1313 http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2009/jul/14/recession-unemployment-uk-economics-keynes

1314 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/67946d6e-7172-11de-a821-00144feabdc0.html

1315 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/faa5a432-724a-11de-ba94-00144feabdc0.html

1316 http://business.timesonline.co.uk/tol/business/industry_sectors/natural_resources/article6719063.ece

1317 http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/jul/19/wind-power-isle-wight

1318 http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/jul/19/lehman-traders-bonuses-barclays-pay

1319 http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/jul/20/nissan-sunderland-battery-factory-jobs

1320 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/f22837f0-7567-11de-9ed5-00144feabdc0.html

1321 http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2009/jul/21/wind-turbine-factory-occupation

1322 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/478de136-762b-11de-9e59-00144feabdc0.html

1323 http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/belief/2009/jul/22/debt-interest-religion-usury

1324 http://m.guardian.co.uk/ms/p/gmg/op/view.m?id=132092&tid=120787&cat=Consumer_affairs

1325 http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2009/jul/22/europes-biggest-carbon-polluter-coal

1326 http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2009/jul/22/kingsnorth-police

1327 http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2009/jul/23/vestas-wind-turbine-plant-closure

1328 no url: “Massive sales drop is forecast as demand falls,” Benjamin Romano, Recharge, 24 July 2009.

1329 no url: “is this the first glimpse of how Desertec will work?” Ben Backwell, Recharge, 24 June 2009.

1330 http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2009/jul/26/climate-change-obama-administration

1331 http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2009/jul/26/summer-wildfires-spain-mediterranean-coast

1332 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/02db48fa-7a11-11de-b86f-00144feabdc0.html

1333 http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/jul/27/wind-power-miliband-loans

1334 http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2009/jul/27/world-warming-faster-study

1335 http://www.grist.org/article/2009-07-28-obama-admin-should-bring-defense-climate-funding-into-balance/

1336 http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/jul/27/greenpeace-oil-companies-shell

1337 http://www.reuters.com/article/latestCrisis/idUSDEL104230

1338 http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/jul/28/mandelson-manufacturing-aid

1339 http://www.businessweek.com/globalbiz/content/jul2009/gb20090729_550682.htm

1340 http://www.mckinsey.com/clientservice/electricpowernaturalgas/downloads/US_energy_efficiency_full_report.pdf

1341 http://www.nytimes.com/2009/07/30/business/energy-environment/30energy.html?_r=2&ref=business

1342 http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2009/jul/28/shetland-windfarm-protest-rspb

1343 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/dc28bf14-7c1b-11de-a7bf-00144feabdc0.html

1344 http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/jul/30/global-warming-building-insurance-premiums

1345 http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/jul/29/building-societies-record-savings-withdrawal

1346 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/ff921710-7d2a-11de-b8ee-00144feabdc0.html

1347 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/6989f736-7cfa-11de-9f29-00144feabdc0.html

1348 http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/jul/30/markets-commodity-speculation-fears

1349 http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/jul/30/shell-profits-job-cuts-likely

1350 http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/jul/30/british-gas-centrica-profits-rise

1351 Photon magazine, August.

1352 http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/aug/02/banking-write-off

1353 http://business.timesonline.co.uk/tol/business/industry_sectors/natural_resources/article6736227.ece

1354 http://www.independent.co.uk/news/science/warning-oil-supplies-are-running-out-fast-1766585.html

1355 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/1281aad6-8049-11de-bf04-00144feabdc0.html

1356 http://www.independent.co.uk/opinion/commentators/jeremy-leggett-another-crunch-is-coming-ndash-but-will-the-world-act-1766551.html

1357 http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/aug/03/banks-bonuses-barclays-hsbc

1358 http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/aug/03/bank-of-america-merrill-lynch-fine?FORM=ZZNR7

1359 http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/aug/03/investment-banks-doing-well

1360 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/e84383dc-7f8c-11de-85dc-00144feabdc0.html

1361 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/761e4072-7f8b-11de-85dc-00144feabdc0.html

1362 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/07a2c512-8019-11de-bf04-00144feabdc0.html

1363 http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/aug/03/ofgem-smart-grid-cities

1364 http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/aug/03/britain-assets-fall-recession

1365 http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/aug/03/ubs-bank-us-tax-evasion

1366 http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2009/aug/03/footwear-brands-amazon-rainforest-leather

1367 http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2009/aug/04/india-solar-power

1368 http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2009/aug/03/climate-camp-scotland-coal

1369 http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/aug/04/bank-of-england-lending-quantative-easing

1370 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/7acfdde0-8159-11de-92e7-00144feabdc0.html

1371 http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/aug/05/pension-deficits-ftse-100

1372 http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2009/aug/04/mountaintop-mining

1373 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/8822760c-81ee-11de-9c5e-00144feabdc0.html

1374 http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/aug/06/green-home-loan-plan

1375 http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/aug/06/bank-england-quantitative-easing

1376 http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/aug/06/federal-reserve-great-crash

1377 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/2342d2a6-8331-11de-a24e-00144feabdc0.html

1378 http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/aug/02/global-recession

1379 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/65a709ec-850b-11de-9a64-00144feabdc0.html

1380 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/3/c0c206e8-87d5-11de-82e4-00144feabdc0.html

1381 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/d11ae554-88fd-11de-b50f-00144feabdc0.html

1382 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/410c5118-88ef-11de-b50f-00144feabdc0,dwp_uuid=728a07a0-53bc-11db-8a2a-0000779e2340.html

1383 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/f437f60a-8a8b-11de-ad08-00144feabdc0.html

1384 http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn17625-as-arctic-ocean-warms-megatonnes-of-methane-bubble-up.html

1385 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/1780bf20-8b3b-11de-9f50-00144feabdc0.html

1386 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/8790ba48-8b51-11de-9f50-00144feabdc0.html

1387 http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/aug/17/interest-rates-bank-of-england

1388 http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/aug/17/barclays-jp-morgan-bonus-fsa-chancellor

1389 http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2009/aug/18/china-emissions-peak-2030

1390 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/67b6729c-8c39-11de-b14f-00144feabdc0.html

1391 http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2009/aug/18/renault-electric-car

1392 http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/aug/19/oil-firms-warned-over-us-lobbying

1393 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/e6e48d1a-8cf2-11de-a540-00144feabdc0.html

1394 http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2009/aug/18/bankers-bonuses-credit-zopa

1395 “Government dragging feet on stimulus funds,” Terry Slavin, Recharge, 21 August 2009. no url.

1396 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/82ed3764-8eb2-11de-87d0-00144feabdc0.html

1397 http://business.timesonline.co.uk/tol/business/industry_sectors/natural_resources/article6806414.ece

1398 http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/comment/6077374/China-powers-ahead-as-it-seizes-the-green-energy-crown-from-Europe.html

1399 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/1c744c2c-9009-11de-bc59-00144feabdc0.html

1400 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/8ac7d944-8fd9-11de-bc59-00144feabdc0.html

1401 http://online.wsj.com/article/SB125107325090852627.html

1402 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/71d1827e-909b-11de-bc99-00144feabdc0.html

1403 http://www.arabianbusiness.com/565783-iran-announces-largest-oil-find-for-five-years

1404 http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2009/aug/25/uganda-oil-find-energy-companies

1405 http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2009/aug/26/water-shortage-threat-iraq

1406 http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/aug/27/fsa-bonus-city-banks-tax

1407 http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/aug/27/turner-tobin-tax-economic-policy

1408 http://m.guardian.co.uk/ms/p/gmg/op/view.m?id=161280&tid=120787&cat=Business

1409 http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/ aug/27/fsa-lord-turner-tax-proposal

1410 http://www.independent.co.uk/money/spend-save/consuming-issues-how-to-cash-in-on-sunshine-1778843.html

1411 http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/aug/28/rights-issues-banking-industry

1412 http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/aug/30/shell-libyan-gas-oil

1413 http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2009/aug/30/india-punjab-children-uranium-pollution

1414 http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2009/aug/30/will-hutton-adair-turner-banks

1415 http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/money/investment/article6814991.ece

1416 http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2009/sep/01/10-10-launch-tate

1417 http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601087&sid=asJ17qdQipmQ

1418 http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2009/sep/01/cayman-islands-tax-haven-bankrupt

1419 http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/sep/01/gas-prices-energy-bills-ofgem

1420 Petroleum Review, September issue.

1421 Photon magazine, September 2009.

1422 http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2009/sep/02/coral-catastrophic-future

1423 http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/sep/02/bp-oil-find-gulf-of-mexico

1424 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/9604b684-97ad-11de-a927-00144feabdc0.html

1425 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/b165e4ce-97f4-11de-8d3d-00144feabdc0.html

1426 http://www.foreignpolicy.com/articles/2009/09/04/oil_spin?page=0,2

1427 http://www.nytimes.com/2009/09/06/business/06insurance.html

1428 http://seekingalpha.com/article/160123-what-the-iea-doesn-t-want-you-to-know-about-peak-oil

1429 http://www.nni.nikkei.co.jp/e/fr/tnks/Nni20090907D07JF208.htm

1430 http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/sci/tech/8241016.stm

1431 http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2009/sep/07/david-miliband-global-warming-tour

1432 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/ccd87f9e-9bd9-11de-b214-00144feabdc0.html

1433 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/45d46f78-9bdc-11de-b214-00144feabdc0.html

1434 http://www.hedgeco.net/news/09/2009/peak-oil-investing-hedge-fund-launch.html

1435 http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/sep/08/uk-factory-output-recession-recovery n

1436 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/bfe71868-9ca6-11de-ab58-00144feabdc0.html

1437 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/e753cdda-9c95-11de-ab58-00144feabdc0.html

1438 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/67d881dc-9cee-11de-ab58-00144feabdc0.html

1439 http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/sep/08/bankers-sue-dresdner-keinwort-for-bonuses

1440 http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/sep/08/barclay-capital-fsa-city-regulator

1441 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/ffb670be-9d33-11de-9f4a-00144feabdc0.html

1442 http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/sep/09/tuc-pensions-tax-relief

1443 http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/sep/09/bg-guara-brazil-oil-discovery

1444 http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2009/sep/09/china-us-greentech-plan

1445 http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/sep/09/ftse-mandelson-recession-economy

1446 http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2009/sep/10/sarkozy-carbon-tax-france

1447 http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/sep/10/bonds-loans-banking-credit-european-recovery

1448 http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2009/sep/11/stern-economic-growth-emissions

1449 http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=email_en&sid=aTv00Tc4yhSA

1450 http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2009/sep/11/obama-mountaintop-mining-environment-appalachian

1451 http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2009/sep/11/seawater-surge-iraq-homes

1452 http://www.guardian.co.uk/money/2009/sep/12/co-operative-emissions-miliband-bills

1453 http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1213023/Minister-lands-job-French-power-firm--just-year-giving-ahead-British-nuclear-plants.html

1454 http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/sep/13/russia-eyes-uk-nuclear-power-market

1455 http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2009/sep/13/russia-oil-exports-eu

1456 http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/sep/14/executive-pay-keeps-rising

1457 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/a4773240-a1cc-11de-81a6-00144feabdc0.html

1458 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/f570618e-a321-11de-ba74-00144feabdc0.html

1459 http://network.nationalpost.com/np/blogs/francis/archive/2009/09/16/oil-prices-mean-perpetual-recession.aspx

1460 http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2009/sep/15/president-dmitry-medvedev-russian-corruption

1461 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/6e17059c-a2ab-11de-ae7e-00144feabdc0.html?nclick_check=1

1462 http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/sep/16/guardian-executive-pay-survey-ratios

1463 http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2009/sep/17/kenya-drought-cattle-deaths

1464 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/a0c7be74-a3b3-11de-9fed-00144feabdc0.html

1465 http://www.calgaryherald.com/business/surplus+peaking+this+year+bank+says/2003877/story.html

1466 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/1860382a-a3b0-11de-9fed-00144feabdc0.html

1467 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/9b38661e-a2ed-11de-ba74-00144feabdc0.html

1468 http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2009/sep/20/greenpeace-trafigura-toxic-waste

1469 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/86f7e048-a3e8-11de-9fed-00144feabdc0.html?ftcamp=rss

1470 http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/sep/20/economics-wealth-gdp-happiness

1471 http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/sep/20/norway-sovereign-wealth-fund

1472 http://www.nytimes.com/2009/09/11/science/earth/11passage.html

1473 http://www.telegraph.co.uk/earth/environment/climatechange/6215870/Prince-of-Wales-enlists-500-companies-to-help-fight-climate-change.html

1474 http://www.nytimes.com/2009/09/22/science/earth/22carbon.html?_r=1

1475 http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/sep/21/lloyds-panorama-tax-avoidance-allegations

1476 http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2009/sep/21/airlines-carbon-emissions-cut

1477 http://blogs.ft.com/energy-source/2009/09/23/the-un-climate-summit-well-what-did-you-expect/

1478 http://blogs.ft.com/energy-source/2009/09/23/finding-new-oil-gets-ever-more-expensive/

1479 http://www.nytimes.com/2009/09/24/business/energy-environment/24oil.html

1480 http://www.rigzone.com/news/article.asp?a_id=80664

1481 http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2009/sep/23/clean-coal-project-spending

1482 http://www.guardian.co.uk/society/2009/sep/23/housing-sustainable-energy-efficient

1483 http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2009/sep/25/g20-summit-economy-bonuses-deficits

1484 http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2009/sep/25/obama-climate-change-deal-copenhagen-summit

1485 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/0e13ea70-aba7-11de-9be4-00144feabdc0.html

1486 http://www.guardian.co.uk/politics/2009/sep/27/trust-politicians-all-time-low

1487 http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/blogs/cityinsider/detail?entry_id=48376

1488 http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2009/sep/28/met-office-study-global-warming

1489 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/bb5d423a-ad23-11de-9caf-00144feabdc0.html

1490 http://www.nytimes.com/2009/09/30/business/energy-environment/30water.html

1491 http://blogs.ft.com/energy-source/2009/09/30/will-the-kerry-boxer-bill-pass-in-time-for-copenhagen/

1492 http://money.cnn.com/2009/09/30/news/international/Iran_oil/?postversion=2009093004

1493 http://www.nytimes.com/2009/10/01/science/earth/01epa.html?_r=1

1494 “Squeezing more oil from the ground,” Leonardo Maugeri, Scientific American, October 2009.

1495 http://www.economist.com/world/americas/displaystory.cfm?story_id=14548839#

1496 http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601207&sid=aFuZYc2xzzdc

1497 http://www.lasvegassun.com/news/2009/oct/02/renewable-energy-boom-boosts-job-opportunities/

1498 http://www.guardian.co.uk/money/2009/oct/03/triodos-bank-transparency

1499 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/41c8f48a-b10d-11de-b06b-00144feabdc0.html

1500 http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2009/oct/04/us-climate-change-bill-browner

1501 http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2009/oct/04/arctic-seas-turn-to-acid

1502 http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/comment/leading_article/article6860191.ece

1503 http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2009/oct/05/climate-change-kyoto

1504 http://blogs.wsj.com/environmentalcapital/2009/10/05/peak-oil-the-end-of-the-oil-age-is-near-deutsche-bank-says/

1505 http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/oct/05/environment-clean-energy-cashback

1506 http://www.nytimes.com/2009/10/07/business/energy-environment/07energy.html?_r=3

1507 http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601087&sid=aMfETcYI2t7Y

1508 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/fb85d682-b378-11de-ae8d-00144feab49a,s01=1.html

1509 http://www.ukerc.ac.uk/support/tiki-index.php?page=Global+Oil+Depletion

1510 http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2009/oct/07/eon-cancels-kingsnorth-power-station

1511 http://www.investors.com/NewsAndAnalysis/Article.aspx?id=508513

1512 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/f8229e8a-b445-11de-bec8-00144feab49a.html

1513 http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/business/8297882.stm

1514 http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/comment/ambroseevans_pritchard/6299291/Energy-crisis-is-postponed-as-new-gas-rescues-the-world.html

1515 http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2009/oct/12/climate-change-green-britain-vision

1516 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/49b5d3fe-b6ab-11de-8a28-00144feab49a.html

1517 http://www.nytimes.com/2009/10/14/business/energy-environment/14oil.html?_r=1&hpw

1518 http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2009/oct/14/obama-india-china-climate-change

1519 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/ac24eb6e-b8b4-11de-809b-00144feab49a.html

1520 http://www.nytimes.com/2009/10/15/business/energy-environment/15degrees.html?_r=2&partner=rss&emc=rss

1521 http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/oct/14/banking-prostitution

1522 http://www.reuters.com/article/rbssEnergyNews/idUSLE70186320091014?rpc=401&

1523 http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/oct/15/goldman-sachs-record-bonus-pot

1524 http://www.energyandcapital.com/articles/oil-gas-outlook/975

1525 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/7d65729a-ba34-11de-9dd7-00144feab49a.html

1526 Recharge, 16 October 2009.

1527 http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2009/oct/17/ten-arrested-ratcliffe-climate-protest

1528 http://www.economist.com/opinion/displaystory.cfm?story_id=14649098

1529 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/45450bde-bcd5-11de-a7ec-00144feab49a.html

1530 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/47fd0f82-bc23-11de-9426-00144feab49a.html?nclick_check=1

1531 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/dec14a7e-ae21-11de-87e7-00144feabdc0.html

1532 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/b82d2b96-bc02-11de-9426-00144feab49a.html

1533 http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2009/oct/19/nuclear-tax-on-power-bills

1534 http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2009/oct/19/nuclear-power-gas-coal

1535 http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2009/oct/19/gordon-brown-copenhagen-climate-talks

1536 http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/oct/19/oil-prices-rise-supply-warning-report

1537 http://www.reuters.com/article/rbssEnergyNews/idUSWLA615220091020

1538 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/a695ed2e-bdb4-11de-9f6a-00144feab49a.html

1539 http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2009/oct/19/nuclear-waste-landfill-threat

1540 http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2009/oct/20/old-plants-affect-nuclear-safety

1541 http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2009/oct/20/nuclear-police-run-covert-network

1542 http://blogs.ft.com/energy-source/2009/10/20/progress-on-copenhagen-two-down-two-to-go/

1543 http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2009/oct/20/yamal-gas-reserves

1544 http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2009/oct/21/europe-carbon-emissions

1545 http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/oct/21/mervyn-king-government-borrowing

1546 http://blogs.ft.com/energy-source/2009/10/21/shale-gas-supply-debate-heats-up/

1547 http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/oct/21/city-bonuses-rise

1548 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/eb971416-bf35-11de-a696-00144feab49a.html

1549 http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2009/oct/22/climate-change-us-pew-survey

1550 http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2009/oct/25/eddie-stobart-lorries-rail

1551 http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2009/oct/25/will-hutton-mervyn-king-bank-reform

1552 http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/oct/25/auditors-role-financial-crisis

1553 http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2009/oct/26/protesters-didcot-power-station-chimney

1554 http://www.newenergyfocus.com/do/ecco.py/view_item?listid=1&listcatid=32&listitemid=3146

1555 http://blogs.ft.com/energy-source/2009/10/27/stimulus-money-dangerously-late/

1556 http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/oct/27/financial-reporting-council-audit-firms

1557 http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2009/oct/29/bonus-windfall-tax-bank-crisis

1558 http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2009/oct/30/eu-climate-change-funding-deal

1559 http://blogs.ft.com/energy-source/2009/10/30/carbon-capture-and-storage-in-very-very-expensive-shock/

1560 http://www.mckinsey.com/clientservice/ccsi/pdf/ccs_assessing_the_economics.pdf

1561 http://greeninc.blogs.nytimes.com/2009/10/30/fight-over-shale-gas-drilling-not-over/

1562 Recharge, 30 October 2009, no url.

1563 http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2009/nov/01/climate-change-world-leaders-accused

1564 http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/nov/01/solar-power-sahara-europe-desertec

1565 “A path to sustainable energy,” Mark Jacobson and Mark Delucchi, Scientific American, November 2009. no url. http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=a-path-to-sustainable-energy-by-2030

1566 “The rise of vertical farms,” Dickson Despommier, Scientific American, November 2009. http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=a-path-to-sustainable-energy-by-2030

1567 http://blogs.ft.com/energy-source/2009/11/02/bp-board-refining-experience-texas-city/

1568 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/cecd1256-c8a2-11de-8f9d-00144feabdc0.html

1569 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/433e0ebc-c89c-11de-8f9d-00144feabdc0.html

1570 http://blogs.ft.com/energy-source/2009/11/03/shale-gas-row-gets-nasty/

1571 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/3dd706a8-c8e3-11de-8f9d-00144feabdc0.html

1572 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/b93be716-c981-11de-a071-00144feabdc0.html

1573 http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2009/nov/04/us-climate-change-copenhagen-treaty

1574 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/429319a8-ca4a-11de-a3a3-00144feabdc0.html

1575 http://blogs.ft.com/energy-source/2009/11/05/exxonmobil-moves-into-iraq-signaling-profitability-of-play/

1576 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/bb96d04c-c9fa-11de-a5b5-00144feabdc0.html

1577 http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2009/nov/06/developing-nations-copenhagen-walkout

1578 http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2009/nov/06/gore-copenhagen-climate-civil-disobedience

1579 http://blogs.ft.com/energy-source/2009/11/06/a-bad-week-for-french-nuclear/

1580 http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/nov/08/darling-brown-tobin-tax-obama

1581 http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/financetopics/financialcrisis/6516579/Bank-of-England-says-financiers-are-fuelling-an-economic-doom-loop.html

1582 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/d8812b20-cc99-11de-8e30-00144feabdc0.html

1583 http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/nov/08/green-energy-strategy-report

1584 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/dc462afc-ccae-11de-8e30-00144feabdc0.html

1585 http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2009/nov/08/nuclear-power-namibia-mining

1586 http://www.chron.com/disp/story.mpl/business/energy/6709410.html

1587 http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2009/nov/09/peak-oil-international-energy-agency

1588 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/a9b005c8-cd4d-11de-8162-00144feabdc0.html

1589 http://www.telegraph.co.uk/earth/energy/nuclearpower/6533468/Huge-expansion-of-nuclear-power-announced-by-Government.html

1590 http://business.timesonline.co.uk/tol/business/industry_sectors/natural_resources/article6910298.ece

1591 http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/nov/10/iea-oil-forecasts-energy-poverty

1592 http://edition.cnn.com/2009/BUSINESS/11/10/france.iea.oil.supplies/

1593 http://www.peakoil.net/files/Campbell_comments_20091110.pdf

1594 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/ca8882a4-cdc8-11de-95e7-00144feabdc0.html

1595 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/fbab8b88-ce36-11de-a1ea-00144feabdc0.html

1596 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/e0bd85ac-cef8-11de-8a4b-00144feabdc0.html

1597 http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/nov/12/oil-shortage-uppsala-aleklett

1598 http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2009/nov/12/britain-renewable-energy-targets-impossible

1599 http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2009/nov/13/total-admits-charges-buncefield

1600 http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2009/nov/15/copenhagen-climate-deal-obama

1601 Figures summarisied in the Guardian of 15 Nov 2009.

1602 http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2009/nov/15/china-coal-industry-mongolia-shaanxi

1603 http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/nov/15/oil-industry-peak-oil-projections

1604 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/782afd66-d3bd-11de-8caf-00144feabdc0.html?nclick_check=1

1605 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/f694ed24-d3b8-11de-8caf-00144feabdc0.html

1606 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/29a6663e-d3af-11de-8caf-00144feabdc0.html

1607 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/add7c64e-d47e-11de-a935-00144feabdc0.html

1608 http://blogs.ft.com/energy-source/2009/11/18/cera-sees-no-peak-in-oil-supplying-underlining-technology-role/

1609 http://greeninc.blogs.nytimes.com/2009/11/17/no-peak-in-oil-before-2030-study-says/

1610 http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/economics/6599281/Societe-Generale-tells-clients-how-to-prepare-for-global-collapse.html

1611 http://blogs.wsj.com/environmentalcapital/2009/11/19/peak-oil-files-why-is-saudi-aramco-building-supercomputers/

1612 http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1229070/Sharks-British-coast-Oil-tankers-refuse-unload-prices-rise--keeping-fuel-costs-soaring.html

1613 http://www.economist.com/businessfinance/displaystory.cfm?story_id=14927716&fsrc=rss

1614 http://anz.theoildrum.com/node/5977

1615 http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2009/nov/20/climate-sceptics-hackers-leaked-emails

1616 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/c7909a22-d63e-11de-b80f-00144feabdc0.html

1617 http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2009/nov/22/obama-greenhouse-gas-cut-target

1618 http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/energy/6625984/EDF-and-Centrica-to-snub-Copenhagen.html

1619 http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2009/nov/22/security-cover-up-nuclear-plants

1620 http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2009/nov/22/food-waste-green-biogas-tariff

1621 http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/nov/22/miliband-renewable-energy-plan-dashed-by-departmental-wrangling

1622 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/86a7ca6a-d794-11de-b578-00144feabdc0.html

1623 http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/banksandfinance/6638922/Most-global-banks-are-still-unsafe-warns-SandP.html

1624 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/03b0b5bc-d939-11de-b2d5-00144feabdc0.html

1625 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/b657a26c-d8e8-11de-99ce-00144feabdc0.html

1626 http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2009/nov/25/barack-obama-copenhagen

1627 http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2009/nov/26/china-targets-cut-carbon-footprint

1628 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/b2d42ce4-da57-11de-9c32-00144feabdc0,s01=1.html

1629 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/1b1067b2-dacd-11de-933d-00144feabdc0.html

1630 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/7896cac2-db93-11de-9424-00144feabdc0.html

1631 http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2009/nov/26/dubai-first-domino-new-crash

1632 http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2009/nov/27/nuclear-power-reactor-design

1633 http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/nov/27/nuclear-reactors-contain-safety-flaws

1634 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/315463d4-daf5-11de-933d-00144feabdc0.html

1635 http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2009/nov/28/nuclear-power-safety-regulator

1636 http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/nov/29/iain-banks-royal-bank-scotland

1637 http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/nov/29/peak-oil

1638 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/4a9bb62e-dd13-11de-ad60-00144feabdc0.html

1639 http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/nov/30/renewable-energy-friends-of-earth





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