Letter from the Motor City
Pay, baby, pay (oil royalties)
Robert F. Kennedy challenged growth for growth's sake as does Barack Obama
Can the U.S. afford to let California fail?
Viva la Vegolución! Che Guevara's Granddaughter stars in PETA ad
New allies for food reform (American Medical Association)
1.02 billion people hungry
Detroit: Food fighters (special food issue)
The campesino struggle for sustainable agriculture in Paraguay
Recyclable picnic for 3,000 - leaves 1 bin of trash
Did sewage sludge lace the White House veggie garden with lead?
'Humanure' victory: green toilet wins Austin city approval
Transition communities gear up for society's collapse with a shovel and a smile
Permaculture for humanity (Larry Santoyo)
WeCommune: tech support for communes
The promise of the future: Voided by our cleverness (Transition in Salem, Oregon)
Ecocities Emerging - June issue
Peak oil taskforce says PO could cause food shortages in S.F.
Santa Cruz group gears up for life after cheap oil (Transition)
From crisis comes hope (can a weary Left come up with new ideas?)
Newfoundland/Labrador premier captures the flag from the oil patch
Greenpeace hands out fake copies of International Herald Tribune
Blowing the green whistle on sports
If you actually care about limiting the worst of climate change, Waxman-Markey is a disastrous bill. It enriches the powerful at the expense of the poor world and ordinary Americans. It fails to do anything useful, or to even address the science... And it is the only shot we’ve got, at least for a while, at getting one passed. I hate it. I support it.
China and the developing world are watching the US to see if it is serious about combating climate change. Waxman-Markey, the bill and the legislative process, sends a clear signal: not very.
Globesity: How climate change and obesity draw from the same roots
Marijuana and Cocaine Should Be Legalized, Says Latin American Drugs Commission
Stand up for rural America while you still can
Urban Farming, a Bit Closer to the Sun
A food system without fossil fuels (Michael Bomford Interview) - audio
Philly's fresh-food triumph: Nationally admired program opens supermarkets for underserved
California's hard times driving people back to the 'Dust Bowl'
Retailers Head for Exits in Detroit
Too Poor to Make the News