Biofuels starving our people - South American leaders
WSJ: When neighbors become farmers
Many Wisconsin dairy farmers switch to grazing
Green issue of NY Times Magazine
Cuban permaculturalist visits Australia
Seattle's Local Food Action Initiative a cure for society's ills?
Life (mostly) off the grid
Ontario set to veto ban on clotheslines
An executive summary of weekly news from a US peak oil perspective, featuring:
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Leftist ex-bishop ends Colorado Party rule in Paraguay
Lugo plans to re-negotiate electricity deals
Calderon pushes plan to reform Pemex
Oil bill protest shuts Mexican Congress
A tempest in an oil barrel
Mexico's unfinished reform
Cynthia McKinney on Mexican oil protest
New York Times: Across globe, empty bellies bring rising anger
UK Mail reveals food prices rising at SIX times official figure
Sticker shock in the organic aisles
The Economist: Is there really an ocean of oil off Brazil?
Jean Laherrère: Hydrates updated
Petroleum Geologist Jeffrey J. Brown at UCSB
6 ways to profit from 'peak oil'
Why do oil prices keep rising?
Congratulations to those intrepid operators who are lifting oil out of the Middle Bakken. Despite this success, the Middle Bakken is clearly not the answer to our peak oil problems and dependency on foreign oil.
Oil hits record, Britain calls for OPEC hike
Surprise discovery off coast of Brazil may confound the oil and gas doom-mongers
'Threat' to future of Russia oil
Krugman: 'This is what peak oil is supposed to look like'
Klare: The end of the world as you know it
Iraq opens door to foreign contracts at major oil fields
Paraguay hopeful eyes energy export prices
Petrobras discovers world's 3rd-largest oil field
Russian oil slump stirs supply jitters
Bakken no energy panacea