Food price rises threaten global security - UN
Paul Krugman: Grains gone wild
Riots in Haiti and Africa as food prices skyrocket
Fear of rice riots in Far East
Food prices rise beyond means of poorest in Africa
Reserves don't matter as much as the cost of getting the oil out the ground
Why Exxon won't produce more
High oil prices make some Africans richer, others poorer
How would oil prices look in Euros?
Peak oil theorist goes mainstream in Cape Town
Chris Skrebowski in South Africa
An EROEI review
Why we can't quit (Hess interview)
Energy, water demands are on collision course
Concerns over Kenya's food security
Shortages of energy, food worry Pakistanis
Residents stung by high cost of utilities
NYT: Costs surge for stocking the pantry
Courage to cut Iran's petrol subsidies?
Impact of climate change on six regions
Khartoum's boom (Sudan oil)
Hardly a day passes without new oil outages in Nigeria. Let's examine oil fields scheduled to come on-stream, the newly elected Nigerian government, and the security situation. Welcome to the world of peak oil and rising prices.
Agriculture's new 'golden age'
King of soya: environmental vandal or saviour of the world's poor?
My forbidden fruits (and vegetables)
South Africa electricity crisis - and farmers
Okla. fight over poultry waste escalates
NYT on food: Priced out of the market
In hungry Zimbabwe, pet food as a priority
Russian giant looms over Europe (Gazprom)
Brazil: An energized giant
Ghana: Crude oil - blessing or curse?
US sees Iran nuclear dispute going to 2009 (dwindling expectation of US airstrike)
We chow down on a diet salted with mystery
Obesity more dangerous than terrorism
Opening of global seed vault in Arctic
UK farmers ride income rollercoaster
Uganda: Exposing the African Green Revolution
Greening China - with green paint
Tajikistan: energy, food crisis
Nigeria: Back to firewood
Pakistan: Fear of load-shedding on polling day