Hidden wells, dirty water
Bottled water versus tap: Which is safer to drink?
Bottled water firm steamed about Miami-Dade water ads
Water: a source of Middle East peace?
Iraqi government fuels 'war for oil' theories by putting reserves up for biggest ever sale
Venezuela to survive crisis despite oil fall
Abu Dhabi: 'We need slaves to build monuments'
Resurgence of risk - a primer on the develop(ed) credit crunch
Locabucks: Are local currencies a way to escape the liquidity trap?
Chris Cook: A new dawn for Iran (the 'carbon dollar' based on energy )
Reality Report episodes on economics
Boomtown Dubai feels effects of a global crisis
The party's over for Iceland
Bolivia: defeat of the right
Behind the bluster, Russia Is collapsing
Crude (manipulating the price of oil)
BP: 'We should see volatility increase'
The upside to global energy scarcity
Global crude oil prices and the GCC
TVA electric rate increase largest in 34 years
Energy-rich Gulf faces power shortage of unprecedented proportions
Demand for water and electricity to grow remarkably in Abu Dhabi
The Economist: Running dry
A modest proposal for sustainable eating (Slow Food)
Saudi Arabia: Feeding its own people more cheaply
Food price rises push 14m to the brink of starvation
Charles's fantasy farming won't feed Africa's poor
6 ways mushrooms can save the world
Costs spiral for cigar-leaf farms
Jad Mouawad: As oil giants lose influence, supply drops
A few speculators dominate vast market for oil trading
The future is now; the end of cheap oil
Russia sees oil output stalling
Raymond James: State of Russian oil ‘much worse than we would have imagined 6 months ago’
Amid all the discussion about peak oil, one voice has been conspicuously absent, that of the Organization for Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC). OPEC's position on the petroleum-resource question should be the decisive factor in this ongoing and seemingly inconclusive debate. The organization now supplies about 42 percent of the world's petroleum ...
Oman turns to coal for power
Carbon sequestration frustration
Oil shale stuck between rock and wild place