Few lobbyists or negotiators at the Copenhagen Climate Change conference advocated one solution to the urgent task of slashing greenhouse gas emissions – a deeper, longer, uglier recession.
Farming is usually seen as dicing with nature. So how has agriculture managed to weather the financial storms of the last year so well?
According to conventional wisdom, there probably never was a great time to pay an unpredictable Latin American country with a doubtful debt reputation a significant amount of money not to sell a resource which your economy is dependent on
How is it that mobile phone operators are proving - true to their name - too agile for the long arm of this recession?