Asia South and East

Geopolitics - Oct 26

Staff, Energy Bulletin

Michael Klare and the geopolitics of resource consumption
Rivals split on U.S. power, but ideas defy labels
Pakistan rejects 'America's war' on extremists

archived October 26, 2008
	

Climate - Oct 26

Staff, Energy Bulletin

A potent greenhouse gas 4 times higher than thought
Temperature increase of 21st century mitigation scenarios (paper)
EU presses China and India to reduce GHG emissions
The rate of evolution: Dr. Craig Stockwell interview

archived October 26, 2008
	

Agriculture & biofuels - Oct 18

Staff, Energy Bulletin

China land reform disappears from radar
Plant-based fuel makers face tough test
Protesters disrupt European biofuels summit

archived October 18, 2008
	

Prices & supplies - Oct 18

Staff, Energy Bulletin

20bn barrel oil discovery puts Cuba in the big league
Oil prices slip below $70 a barrel
Fuel lines in Indonesia
Time in the yank (gas prices and wages)

archived October 18, 2008
	

Dysfunction - Oct 16

Steve Andrews, Energy Bulletin

Mexico City: Bad air for growing brains and minds
Code green, stat! (environmental sins of hospitals)
Why journalists stay silent

archived October 15, 2008
	

Dysfunction - Oct 13

Staff, Energy Bulletin

The frugal teenager, ready or not
China lung disease 'to kill 83m'
Nonprofits, charities brace for the worst

archived October 13, 2008
	

Pakistan and Afghanistan - Oct 7

Staff, Energy Bulletin

Britain risks US rift in war against Taliban
Pakistan facing bankruptcy
Pakistan blames US raids for hotel bombing
Index on Afghanistan and Pakistan

archived October 7, 2008
	

Peak oil - Sept 19

Staff, Energy Bulletin

Nate Hagens: No naked short selling => No short selling at all => No future energy?
China, climate change and US dollars (and peak oil)
Cantarell – Mexico’s own double-whammy huracán
Librarian's guide to peak oil
Controversal path to possible glut of natural gas

archived September 19, 2008
	

Uppsala Research makes a breakthrough in China

Niklas Skeri, Uppsala Nya Tidning

Professor Kjell Aleklett, (known for his research on the world’s declining oil resources) and his researchers at Uppsala University have been given a challenging task – they will estimate China’s future need for oil and gas.

archived September 13, 2008
	

Food & agriculture - Sept 1

Staff, Energy Bulletin

Monty Don, new head of UK Soil Assn, calls for wholesale change of food system
Russia’s collective farms: hot capitalist property
China raises, extends fertiliser export duties
Raj Patel on the mystery ingredients in our food

archived September 1, 2008