Report: Climate change will bring big problems for small number of countries
Moscow warns of future energy wars
King Abdullah of Jordan's ultimatum: peace now or it’s war next year
Pipelineistan goes Af-Pak
Riki Ott’s book Not One Drop is a history of the Exxon Valdez oil spill, told from the perspective of those most affected by it. Cutting through the cloak of willful deception, public relations campaigns and skewed, corporate-sponsored science, it finally exposes the truth about Exxon Valdez's devastating effects on the city of Cordova, Alaska, the fishing community where the spill struck.
Dingell loses early test in bid to retain chairmanship of energy committee
President for 60 more days, Bush tearing apart protection for America's wilderness
Obama brings US in from the cold
NYT's Friedman discusses solutions to world's climate, energy, and population problems (video & transcript)
Politics of drilling, financial bailout heading into elections (video & transcript)
Fukuyama: The Fall of America, Inc.
Ok, Now What?
Atlanta Q&A: Why gasoline supplies went south
Melting Ice Brings Competition for Resources
Russia's ties with Venezuela worrying
Pakistan stares into the abyss
U.S. pushing through dozens of foreign weapons deals
China paper urges new currency order after "tsunami"
Low Crude Prices - Cold War Flashback?
Medvedev: Russia needs to mark its Arctic territory
Pollster Zogby: Americans ahead of their leaders?
Palin: Big Oil's new champion
Douglas administration's energy plan is too timid
Compilation of articles not only about global warming but also about species that have become extinct or are an endangered species. Massive.
A digest of news and commentary from a UK peak oil perspective.
An executive summary of weekly news from a US peak oil perspective, featuring:
- Production and Prices
- In the Congress
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