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Justin Rowlatt

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UAE intended to use COP28 climate summit to push oil deals

Nov 27, 2023
Leaked documents obtained by the BBC show the United Arab Emirates, a major fossil fuel producer, was looking to strike oil deals at COP28.
New documents obtained by the BBC show that the United Arab Emirates planned do business deals involving oil and gas at COP28. Above, an oil drill pump in Dubai.
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Keeping the world's largest offshore wind farm on track

Oct 18, 2021
Ahead of the COP26 summit in Glasgow, the BBC’s climate editor takes stock of one of the U.K.’s most promising green energies: wind.
Rough weather in the North Sea makes it a great place to install wind turbines.
BBC

Delhi: The most air-polluted place on earth

Dec 29, 2015
A look at what it's like to live in the Indian capital.

Tin: The modern world's glue

Mar 11, 2014
The element that brought us beyond the Stone Age.

Calcium: Not so good in high doses

Mar 5, 2014
Calcium is a fundamental building block in chemistry and in modern life.

How did Macau 'out-Vegas' Vegas?

Jul 19, 2013
A tiny Chinese territory has swiftly displaced Las Vegas as the gambling capital of the world.

Crisis means less for traders and shoppers

Nov 2, 2011
The U.K. isn't in the eurozone, but the effects of the euro crisis are hitting London's street markets, and the wallets of the people who shop there.

Euro crisis: A view from London to Los Angeles

Nov 2, 2011
The programme I present, Business Daily, is broadcast on the BBC's World Service and has a world agenda. But recently we've spent a lot of time...