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In this issue

Progress could be slowed by the finalising of older negotiations and the wrapping up of the Kyoto protocol

Ghosts of talks past set to loom over Doha

Progress could be slowed by the finalising of older negotiations and the wrapping up of the Kyoto protocol, reports Pilita Clark

Essential commodities: Risks to global food security increase

The world must prepare for greater unpredictability, says Sarah Murray

Paul Dickinson (left), chairman of CDP, with Paul Simpson, the project's chief executive
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Carbon emissions: Business fails to reduce footprint

Lack of a universal method of reporting cuts does not help, says Sarah Murray

China: Green revolution becomes a plank of Beijing political agenda

Change of direction aims to damp unrest and shift economy away from heavy and polluting industry, writes Leslie Hook

Gulf energy sources: Heat is on desert states to switch to renewables

Growth puts pressure on oil and gas supply, writes Michael Peel

Profile: Abdullah bin Hamad al-Attiyah

Opec regular tackles a difficult summit, writes Simeon Kerr

Entrepreneurship: Twitter co-founder puts his energy into clean tech

Evan Williams believes tackling climate change is not only important, it offers rich business opportunities, writes Ed Crooks

Cairn Energy's Leiv Eriksson oil rig off the coast of Greenland
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Arctic: Ice cap drilling proves tough project to crack

Oil and gas companies face loud protests but ultimately may be defeated by the unsustainable cost of extraction, writes Jessica Twentyman

Management: Weather needs to become top priority for companies

From flooding to drought, planning is essential, writes Charles Batchelor

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