Monthly Archives: December 2012

Climate Talks in Doha, could “damage aid” be the kick the world needs?

I didn’t even bother to try and follow the goings on at the Doha climate talks, as I assumed business as usual. In other words talks that go nowhere and the usual beach front ironic protests from Green groups. Indeed … Continue reading

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