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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

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Energy A Nairobi-based business has transformed the way energy is consumed by utilising mobile phones to offer pay-as-you-go solar power

Pay-as-you-go solar power lights up Africa

A Nairobi-based business has transformed the way energy is consumed by utilising mobile phones to offer pay-as-you-go solar power

Energy Major oil pipeline blocked by Obama over environmental concerns, enraging Republicans

Obama blocks controversial Keystone XL pipeline

Major oil pipeline blocked by Obama over environmental concerns, enraging Republicans

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Energy Globe Specialty Metals and Grupo FerroAtlántica will combine their businesses in a $3.1bn all-stock merger

Metals and mining giants announce $3.1bn merger

Globe Specialty Metals and Grupo FerroAtlántica will combine their businesses in a $3.1bn all-stock merger

Energy The alleged Petrobras scandal - the concept of backhanders - is not a new phenomenon. So how do large firms get away with it for so long?

Oil and gas companies exposed to temptation | Video

The alleged Petrobras scandal – the concept of backhanders – is not a new phenomenon. So how do large firms get away with it for so long?

Energy It’s not a great time for the oil industry with the drop in oil prices and the corresponding cut backs in investments by big oil companies

Corruption is inefficient | Video

It’s not a great time for the oil industry with the drop in oil prices and the corresponding cut backs in investments by big oil companies

Energy A new study has announced that 80 percent of the world’s ocean bound plastic waste pours in from just 20 countries, with China and Indonesia topping the list

World’s worst marine polluters named and shamed

A new study has announced that 80 percent of the world’s ocean bound plastic waste pours in from just 20 countries, with China and Indonesia topping the list

Energy Studies show that individual and collective commitments to remove deforestation from the supply chain are growing, just not fast enough

Fight against deforestation must speed up

Studies show that individual and collective commitments to remove deforestation from the supply chain are growing, just not fast enough

Energy A new Global Canopy Programme initiative outlines the impact of deforestation and analyses which names are doing the most to eliminate the issue from the supply chain

Forest 500 identifies companies fighting deforestation

A new Global Canopy Programme initiative outlines the impact of deforestation and analyses which names are doing the most to eliminate the issue from the supply chain

Energy Russia’s annexation of Crimea has prompted the EU to reconsider its energy ambitions

Energy union: EU must diversify away from Putin’s ruthless politicking

Russia’s annexation of Crimea has prompted the EU to reconsider its energy ambitions

Energy Scandal hit Brazilian oil giant set to lose chief executive Maria das Graças Foster as she fails to put an end to corruption allegations during her three year rein

Petrobras CEO steps down amid corruption claims

Scandal hit Brazilian oil giant set to lose chief executive Maria das Graças Foster as she fails to put an end to corruption allegations during her three year rein

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Energy The country will receive a $100m loan from the World Bank to support water management and anti-pollution efforts for one its most popular tourist destinations

World Bank loans $100m to clean China’s Lijang River

The country will receive a $100m loan from the World Bank to support water management and anti-pollution efforts for one its most popular tourist destinations

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Energy A growing number of public and private organisations have announced plans to divest from fossil fuel holdings

Goodbye to fossil fuel holdings: why are companies divesting?

A growing number of public and private organisations have announced plans to divest from fossil fuel holdings

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