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Just when Google thought it was safe to enter the water to lay its giant internet cable between the US and Japan, it discovered it must contend with the ocean’s top predator

The sharks that are biting into Google’s cable systems

Just when Google thought it was safe to enter the water to lay its giant internet cable between the US and Japan, it discovered it must contend with the ocean’s top predator

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Social network participation among Fortune 500 CEOs Positive trends point to a US embrace of solar power

Energy

Energy Scientists may have uncovered a way of making nuclear power safer and cheaper, but it remains to be seen if the world can re-embrace such a controversial energy source

Nuclear energy experiences resurgence thanks to technological breakthroughs

Scientists may have uncovered a way of making nuclear power safer and cheaper, but it remains to be seen if the world can re-embrace such a controversial energy source

Energy Poland has for years fought against ambitious EU targets on climate change, though their passage could mark an important turning point for the country’s energy sector

A new age dawns for Poland’s energy sector

Poland has for years fought against ambitious EU targets on climate change, though their passage could mark an important turning point for the country’s energy sector

Energy Planned five-day strike ends early after government agrees to look again at privatisation plans, representing an early setback for Prime Minister Modi’s economic reforms

Miners end India coal strike as Modi government backs down

Planned five-day strike ends early after government agrees to look again at privatisation plans, representing an early setback for Prime Minister Modi’s economic reforms

Energy Obama threatens veto over oil pipeline that industry has long called for, but environmentalists claim is no longer required

Controversial Keystone pipeline to be debated in Senate

Obama threatens veto over oil pipeline that industry has long called for, but environmentalists claim is no longer required

Energy Connecting Europe’s energy markets will help reduce emissions and slash costs, but some countries are standing in the way of progress

Power sharing is essential to creating a sustainable future

Connecting Europe’s energy markets will help reduce emissions and slash costs, but some countries are standing in the way of progress

Energy Nuclear is back, whether the majority like it or not, so it’s time the Japanese population acknowledged the changes made to the industry since Fukushima

Can Japan restore its people’s confidence in nuclear?

Nuclear is back, whether the majority like it or not, so it’s time the Japanese population acknowledged the changes made to the industry since Fukushima

Energy The out-of-court settlement of $83.5m is believed to be the single largest sum granted to an African community in relation to an oil spill

Shell agrees to an $83.5m settlement for oil spill

The out-of-court settlement of $83.5m is believed to be the single largest sum granted to an African community in relation to an oil spill

Energy Five-day strike by workers at mostly state-owned Coal India comes amid fears that Narendra Modi wants to privatise the industry

Coal strikes threaten Modi’s reform plans

Five-day strike by workers at mostly state-owned Coal India comes amid fears that Narendra Modi wants to privatise the industry

Energy The New Economy speaks to Fernando Delgado, CEO of Vert Energy Solutions, to discuss the future of the wastewater treatment industry

Vert Energy Solutions on the evolution of the wastewater treatment industry | Video

The New Economy speaks to Fernando Delgado, CEO of Vert Energy Solutions, to discuss the future of the wastewater treatment industry

Energy Following months of negotiation, Spain’s largest energy company has acquired Canada’s Talisman

Repsol buys Talisman Energy for $8.3bn

Following months of negotiation, Spain’s largest energy company has acquired Canada’s Talisman

Energy Bank of America has warned that crude oil prices could drop to $50 per barrel as a result of OPEC’s decision not to reduce production

Bank of America issues oil price warning

Bank of America has warned that crude oil prices could drop to $50 per barrel as a result of OPEC’s decision not to reduce production

Energy Next May, Solar Impulse 2 will hopefully become the first solar-powered plane to circumnavigate the globe. This feat of modern engineering hopes to prove that photovoltaic power is the future of air travel and sustainable transport

Solar Impulse 2 aims to prove the future of flight is photovoltaic

Next May, Solar Impulse 2 will hopefully become the first solar-powered plane to circumnavigate the globe. This feat of modern engineering hopes to prove that photovoltaic power is the future of air travel and sustainable transport

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