Not “like” a Revolution, it IS a REVOLUTION!
The Oil Intensity of Food
Hell in earth
Agriculture and Food in Crisis
Our potatoes are growing this year better than ever. Everything is growing better this year, after two years that would try any gardener’s soul. When the potato plants started blooming a couple of weeks ago, I was pleasantly surprised to see the patch turn into something of a flower garden.
Nuclear power is well-disguised fossil fuel
Nuclear power must be part of energy solution
UK regulator raises French nuclear concerns
From Versailles a message of no austerity
The Green Bank
The Key to Fixing Health Care and Energy: Use Less
Market dogma is exposed as myth. Where is the new vision to unite us?
Vandana Shivas views on society & nature
A new (under) class of travellers
Every once in a while someone tells me about a plan they’ve read that allows them to make 50,000 dollars an acre or something like it. They are excited, and don’t understand why more farmers don’t do this. My standing observation is that I can think of only a couple of crops that will make you that much money direct off the field, and these days, people send helicopters around to look for those crops and burn your fields, so I don’t recommend it.
Permaculture Future?: Part I
San Francisco to Toughen a Strict Recycling Law
New numbers prove smart growth reduces CO2, cost-effectively
Betraying the Planet
Lovelock: We need a climate change 'Churchill'
America's climate-change bill is a bundle of compromises
Obama Opposes Trade Sanctions in Climate Bill
Kucinich: “Passing a weak bill today gives us weak environmental policy tomorrow”
Monbiot on drugs
New book: Marijuana Is Safer
Production of heroin and cocaine falling
If you are planning to withdraw, please tell me where you're going, and send directions. If not, it's time to start thinking about how you and your family or tribe will muddle through the years ahead. One word comes to mind: durability. If that wasn't the first word that came to your mind, I'm not surprised.